The National Folk Festival took place July 11-13 2008 in historic Butte, Montana, and what better way to kick off the festivities than with this rendition of Paul Zarzyski's "Why I Like Butte," performed with Wylie Gustafson and Sourdough Slim at the 2008 National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.
The Western Folklife Center encourages everyone to attend the National Folk Festival in Butte, Montana. Featured at the festival will be National Cowboy Poetry Gathering regulars Wylie & the Wild West, The Quebe Sisters Band, Wallace McRae, Paul Zarzyski - - and many, many folk and traditional artists from across the United States. Click here to visit the National Folk Festival website, and here for the Montana Folk Festival.
This Podcast was drawn from the Western Folklife Center's archival audio material of National Cowboy Poetry Gathering performances.