EWC's Fine Arts Council Will Feature William Fredrick Boycott as Buffalo Bill
August 30, 2004
(Torrington, WY) William Frederick Boycott as "Buffalo Bill" from Lander, Wyoming, will be performing on September 24, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. in the EWC Fine Arts Center. William Fredrick Boycott as "Buffalo Bill," presents historical and original songs on the "History of the Wild West." Experience 4.5 billion years of Western History performed live utilizing fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar, and vocals. Over 200 slides of historical paintings and photographs secured from museums and galleries are also presented featuring Native Americans, Trappers, The Oregon and other Historic Trails, Railroads, Cowboys, and much more. He also tells stories in Traditional Native American Indian Sign Language.
"Buffalo Bill" performs at many festivals, concerts, and cowboy poetry gatherings across the West and Yodels up a Storm! He has performed in concert with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Waddie Mitchell, Riders in the Sky and Peter Yarrow (Peter, Paul and Mary). Victory Review of Seattle, WA says, "Boycott is a very good singer, songwriter, and world-class yodeler."
Milwaukee Journal, Wisconsin says, "...he enriches the Wild West history with music."
He has produced two programs on the history of the West/Wyoming and The Oregon Trail in cooperation with Wyoming Public TV. One has aired nationally. He also has five audio recordings to his credit. You may visit "Buffalo Bill's" website at www.buffalobillboycott.com. "Buffalo Bill" provides first-rate entertainment and truly tells a story that the audience will enjoy.
For ticket information and a listing of the complete Arts Council season, please visit the EWC Fine Arts web page.
Photo courtesy of William Fredrick Boycott.