The Prairie Rose Rangers from the Prairie Rose Chuckwagon Supper are proud to be sharing the stage with America’s #1 cowboy singer, Michael Martin Murphey, Friday night, August 17 at the Orpheum Theatre in Wichita.
A member of the Western Music Hall of Fame, Michael Martin Murphey has had hits in several genres of music, including pop, country, western and bluegrass. Besides “Wildfire,” Murphey’s hits include such classics as “Carolina in the Pines,” “What’s Forever For,” “A Long Line of Love” and “Don’t Count the Rainy Days.” He is generally credited with turning Austin, Texas into the “Live Performance Capital of the World.”
The Prairie Rose Rangers are not only the house band at the Prairie Rose Chuckwagon Supper near Benton, they have also performed at many other venues around the country including the PBR Festival, Michael Martin Murphey’s West Fest, and the Walnut Valley Festival. The Rangers have also joined forces with Murphey to help restore and preserve Kansas’ famous Home on the Range cabin near Smith Center.
Friday night’s show will begin at 8PM with a performance by the Prairie Rose Rangers followed by Michael Martin Murphey and members of his Rio Grande Band. The Orpheum Theatre is located at 200 North Broadway in Wichita. For tickets, call 316-755-SEAT.