Almeda Bradshaw | Briskly Venture, Briskly Roam: The Ballad of Yellowstone Kelly

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Briskly Venture, Briskly Roam: The Ballad of Yellowstone Kelly

by Almeda Bradshaw

This ballad tells how Luther Kelly became "Yellowstone Kelly," about his relationship with Billings, MT, and the Yellowstone River. Proceeds from the sale of this song support the Yellowstone Kelly Interpretive Site. http://yellowstonekelly.org/
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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Almeda Bradshaw is a talented award winning, multi-nominated Western singer/songwriter from Montana. Her love and appreciation for the cowboy way comes through in heartfelt expressions of the west. A lifetime of writing and music places Almeda's work above the ordinary and with clear vocals, compelling stage presence and accomplished musicianship, she is guaranteed to be an audience favorite.

Almeda raised her family in north central Montana along with showing performance horses, finishing hogs, running 150 mother cows and operating a seed and feed business. She and her husband, former Marlboro Man, Merritt Bradshaw, now live on the Yellowstone River in Huntley, Montana where he trains rope horses and she manages everything else!

A multi-instrumentalist, Almeda studied violin, cello and piano through college, has a BA in Elementary Education and is self-taught on the mandolin and guitar. She has taught dozens of students of all ages to play stringed instruments..

Almeda has written poetry, journals and songs since her teen years and has been performing at cowboy gatherings throughout the west for over two decades with three albums of original songs and poetry to her credit. Voices From the Range: Almeda Sings the Poetry of Rhoda Sivell (2010); A Way of Heart: The Big Sandy Years (2010) and Lovers, Wives and Mothers: A Western Woman's Voice (2015). Her most recent release is an EP titled TRIBUTE (2017).

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