BUCK PAGE is a
legend in the music industry. He is the founding member of his Riders of the Purple Sage
est. 1936. Buck and the music he loves represent a cherished era
unique to the History of America that will endure forever.
Buck is determined to share his love of Western Music. His life
continues to be dedicated to help ensure that this powerful style of
“AMERICAN MUSIC’ is sent out with the class that has been Western
Music’s timeless signature.
has recently completed his “Historic” first solo recording that
continues in the fine tradition that he has dedicated his life to.
This new CD is already proving to be a “Classic” with many new songs
never before recorded.
Listen for the “Award Winning” vocals of R.W. Hampton as he joined
Buck on “Ridin on the Last Trail Home” & “Quiet Times”. Buck was
also joined by the “Daughters of the Purple Sage” as they added
their beautiful, Western harmony to “Lay it on the Line”.
Very soon, we will be releasing Buck’s documentary. You will be
led by R.W. Hampton through
Buck’s seven decades of Cowboy Western Music. From Buck’s early days
in the 1930’s when Cowboy Music reached out and touched the hearts
of all Americans. Through WWII, “Rock & Roll” and right up into the
21st Century when the same music reaches out and touches the hearts
of all Americans in the exact same way. Don
Edwards shares his unsurpassed knowledge of Western Music’s
History and Ginny Mac, at 19 talks
about her discovery of Western Music and continued love for the
style as an award winning artist. “The Lost
Canyon Rangers” join in the documentary and share their long
time love of Cowboy Western Music and their thoughts of Buck.
Buck is always available for special appearances and performances.
His Classic Style and Western wit continue to entertain.
***Watch for Buck’s three up and coming music
*Historic Note: Foy Willings “Riders of
the Purple Sage” were active and enjoyed from 1943 -1952. During
this time period, Buck Page was not a part of Foy's "Riders". We
recognize and thank Foy and his "Riders of the Purple Sage" for
there many contributions to Western Music. Buck started the “Riders
of the Purple Sage” in 1936 and was active on “Coast to Coast” radio
and extensive touring through 1942 when he and the other members
joined the armed forces to serve our Country. Buck continued on with
his “Riders” only after Foy disbanded in 1952 and still enjoys an
active life as a Cowboy Western Entertainer.
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