Ernie Sites combines traditional and original western singing, songwriting, yodeling, cowboy poetry, storytelling and trick-roping demonstrations with his own personal brand of western humor in this dynamic performance. Bring a taste of the wild west to your school or community center.
About the Artist
Ernie Sites of Wendell, Idaho, is an honest-to-goodness, ranch-raised, former rodeo cowboy who has traveled around the nation with his songs, poems, stories, trickroping and yodeling. Cowboy Ernie has recorded a slew of albums covering the gamut of Western music. He is a founding member of the Western Music Association, and has been televised on CBS, PBS, TNN, BBC, and Good Morning, America. Some of the artists Ernie Sites has worked with include Mo Bandy, Bonnie Raitt, John Anderson, John Michael Montgomery, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, and nationally acclaimed cowboy poets Baxter Black and Waddie Mitchell.
“I would like to extend our gratitude for your April performances at our schools. Your program was entertaining and educational!! A very good time was had by all. Wishing you many happy trails ahead in your quest to keep the American Cowboy, his songs and his stories a vital part of the American culture” – Maija Earl of the Simsbury PTO Cultural Enrichment Committee
Singin’ Stories of the West (Grades K-12)
Ernie Sites combines traditional and original western singing, songwriting, yodeling, cowboy poetry, storytelling and trick-roping demonstrations with his own personal brand of western humor. Full Western costume (gun-free) included. Length: 45 minutes
Full Day of Performances and/or Workshops: $1,175
StorySong Workshop (Grades K-2)
Cowboy Poetry Workshop (Grades 3-6)
Because Mr. Sites is a touring artist, participating schools will be required to assist with Mr. Site’s lodging, either by host family or hotel accommodations.