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5:40 pm
Sat June 9, 2012

Marshal Allen Bailey in performance

Marshal Allen Bailey hosting Western Swing & Other Things from HPPR's Garden City, KS studios.

Dodge City Marshal Allen Bailey, along with members of the Ozark Alliance band sing The Wheel Of The Wagon at the site of the cabin where the song Home On The Range was written. This was performed during a celebration of the 140th birthday of the cabin, which still stands 8 miles north of Athol, Kansas. Members of the band are: Jenny Vaughn, mandolin; Alex Vaughn, guitar; Robin Vaughn, bass; Allison Vaughn, drums; and Cowgirl Janey, background.

The Streets of Cimarron is the title cut to the album of the same name by Dodge City Marshal Allen D. Bailey. Written, recorded, and produced by Marshal Bailey, this song is an Old West song about a love which ends in the death of a young couple in love by gunfire.  Allen D. Bailey on lead vocals, background vocals, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, steel, bass; Jerry Greene on piano, background vocals; Jerry Mendenhall on Drums; and Alan Shelby on background vocals.

Here's a description of Marshal Bailey & The Silver Bullets' In Concert DVD.

Your Are My Sunshine performed by Marshal Bailey & The Silver Bullets (Brandon McLemore: mandolin, Blake McLemore: bass) in concert on the evening of March 19, 2011 at the City Limits Convention Center at Colby, Kansas.

The Arms of My Love performed by Marshal Bailey & The Silver Bullets (Brandon McLemore: mandolin, Blake McLemore: bass) in concert on the evening of March 19, 2011 at the City Limits Convention Center at Colby, Kansas.

Four, Five Times performed by Marshal Bailey and the Silver Bullets (Blake McLemore,  Bass;  Brandon McLemore,  Mandolin) recorded at the City Limits Club in Colby, Kansas on New Year’s Eve 2011.

Marshal Bailey and the Silver Bullets perform Wahoo at Front Porch Radio during the 2010 Walnut Valley festival in Winfield, Kansas. Members of the band are: Blake McLemore, bass; Brandon McLemore, mandolin; Jake Workman, guitar; Rebekah Travis, fiddle; and Marshal Allen Bailey, guitar.

The Kansas Prairie Winds performed by Marshal Bailey and the Silver Bullets at Front Porch Radio during the 2010 Walnut Valley festival in Winfield, Kansas.

This Ain't The Same Old Range is a classic lament written by Bob Nolan about the vanishing west. Recorded live at the Swinging Gate Ranch by Marshal Bailey and the Silver Bullets (Brandon McLemore, mandolin and Blake McLemore, bass)

This live recording of Boots and Saddle by Dodge City's Marshal Bailey & The Silver Bullets (Blake McLemore,  bass and Brandon McLemore, Mandolin) was made on May 30, 2010 at the Swinging Gate Ranch during our annual Memorial Day Party.  During this song, you can hear various things going on beside the song being sung around our campfire, such as birds singing, invited guests visiting and the nearby Hazelwood Creek.

We had lots of fun on this one – Cool Water -- taped at the Aberdeen Steakhouse in Atwood, Kansas on New Years Eve 2008-09 (Brandon McLemore, mandonlin; Blake McLemore, bass; and Marshal Allen Bailey, Guitar).

Wildwood Flower performed at the Aberdeen Steakhouse in Atwood, Kansas on New Years Eve 2008-09.

Home on the Range performed at the Aberdeen Steakhouse in Atwood, Kansas on New Years Eve 2008-09.

Tumbling Tumbleweeds performed at the Aberdeen Steakhouse in Atwood, Kansas on New Years Eve 2008-09.

Dodge City Marshal Allen D. Bailey and the "Silver Bullets 2" (Blake McLemore, bass; Jenny Vaughn, fiddle; and Alex Vaughn, guitar) perform Colorado at the 2008 Holly Bluegrass Festival in Holly, Colorado on June 14, 2008.

Colorado Trail performed at the 2008 Holly Bluegrass Festival in Holly, Colorado on June 14, 2008.

Night Rider, composed by Allen Bailey and performed at the 2008 Holly Bluegrass Festival in Holly, Colorado on June 14, 2008.

Autumn on the Trail performed at the 2008 Holly Bluegrass Festival in Holly, Colorado on June 14, 2008.

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