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Around the Barn – November 2, 2013

Around The Barn with Heads Up Santa Clarita Horse Therapy
Date:  November 2, 2013
Host Nancy Pitchford Zhe  Co-Host Bobbi Jean Bell with Mark on the Board
It’s All About  Western Music and Local History! 
Guest: Singer/Songwriter ELI BARSI, “Portrait of a Cowgirl”
Guest: Author MARTHA MICHAEL “Canyon Country”
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Around The Barn – November 2, 2013

Airing Saturday at 9:00 a.m., Around the Barn with Heads Up is brought to you by Heads Up Santa Clarita Horse Therapy on Horseback, OutWest Boutique and Cultural Center in Old Town Newhall and Fox Feed.

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Members of the Around The Barn Team are involved in these upcoming events:
11/9/2013, Saturday, 4:00-8:00 p.m. Opening Reception, “You Reap What You Sow, Part II.” Shop the Holiday Block Party 11:00 – 5:00 p.m. Gather at OutWest for Art Reception. Stay for the Holiday Lighting of Main St at 6pm.

“Portrait of a Cowgirl” is the newest CD release of Canadian Singer/Songwriter/Yodeler and multi-talented musician ELI BARSI

Eli Barsi calls in Saskatchewan, Canada. A returning guest, we catch up with this multi-talented, award winning singer/songwriter/performer/entertainer.

We chat about Eli’s newest CD project, “Portrait of a Cowgirl” featuring all original music. Beginning with the first track, “Farm Girl,” the songs follow her life from “pickin’ up rocks on my daddy’s farm,” to her first trip to Nashville so wonderfully shared in “Hitch Your Wagon to A Star.” She covers the heart ache and joy of loving the rodeo life and those that choose that path, touches on the birth of the Calgary Stampede, and celebrates her love of great toe tappin’ music with “Country Music Was Made for Saturday Night.” Along the way you”ll enjoy her soaring vocals, a yodel here and there, and by the last track you’ve seen her life through her very own special “Window of the West.” She shares the background story to “Prairie Skies.” Although Eli is only on live with us for the first half of the hour, we continue to play music of the album throughout the show.

Eli Barsi returns to the Santa Clarita Valley on Thursday, January 2, 2014 for the first of the 2014 SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series sharing the evening with Colorado Cowboy Barry Ward. Calling themselves, “Crossing Borders,” it’ll be a great night of live music with two of the top musicians in the world of Western music. Tickets available at OutWest, 661.255.7087.

Follow Eli on her website: www.elibarsi.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eli.barsi.1?fref=ts

Author and Editor of several local publications including  “Canyon Country Magazine,” Martha Michael, joins us for the second half of the show. A resident of the Santa Clarita Valley for 16 years, she tells the story of Canyon Country’s history, which spans approximately 1,500 years, using safeguarded photographs from the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society, dozens of other sources, and her own personal collection.  Published by Arcadia Press as part of their Images of America series, “Canyon Country” features our community’s story through fascinating photographs and engaging text.

Tune in to hear how Martha Michael got started on this ambitious project and what she learned along the way. Discover, as we did, the fascinating story of our town and its inhabitants. What’s the story behind some of our most cherished businesses on Sierra Highway – like Fox Feed? What was the original business in the building that became Le Chene, the wonderful restaurant we know today? What significant event happened at Lang Station? There’s a well known story of gold found in Placerita Canyon – what about the Red Rover Mine? Before it was known as “Canyon Country” what was it called?

Martha shares, with great enthusiasm and passion, the back story to the book and the gathering of information – much of it from live interviews with long-time residents. She shares some “AHA Moments” too!

Portrait Of A Cowgirl
*Farm Girl
*Hitch Your Wagon To A Star
*Prairie Skies
*God Only Knows
*Big Hat No Cattle
*Country Music Was Made For Saturday Night
*Window of the West

Next Week’s Guest: 11/9/2013  Singer/Songwriter Syd Masters

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The Western Music Association nominated “Around The Barn” for 2013 DJ/Radio Program of The Year! One of five finalists, the award will be presented at the annual Western Music Association conference in November. We are thrilled and honored to be nominated again this year for this prestigious award! We send out sincere thanks to all those who wrote us in on the initial ballot and look forward to seeing you at the conference!

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Around the Barn with Heads Up was nominated by the Western Music Association in 2011, 2012, and again in 2013 for DJ/Radio Program of The Year. Brought to you by Heads Up Santa Clarita Horse Therapy, OutWest Boutique and Cultural Center and Fox Feed.

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Around the Barn – November 2, 2013

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About Andrew Delgado

Santa Clarita born and raised, Andrew graduated from Canyon High School in 2007. After high school, Andrew moved on to further his education at California State University, Northridge. Andrew finished his degree in Northern California at California State University, Chico. Graduating in 2012 with a Bachelor's Degree in journalism and minor in cinema studies, Andrew joined the KHTS AM 1220 family in June of 2012, where he manages the award winning website, hometownstation.com.