Cowboy Legends -
 Music & Poetry Festival

The 13th Annual Antelope Islands' Cowboy Legends,
Music & Poetry Festival
will be celebrating ranching history on the "Island". 

You are invited to step back through 134 years of
Utah History held at the
Historic Fielding Garr Ranch on Antelope Island
just northwest of Salt Lake City Utah.
May 25-28, 201

Scott Glen Lambertsen has deep Utah roots going back to pioneer days. His great- great grandfather helped settle and ranch San Juan County, Utah. Scott grew up listening to the stories about his ancestors and their challenges of settling, farming and ranching this part of the West. Though nothing close to a working cowboy he is pretty adept at falling off horses and tossing bails of hay when he needs to. He picked up the guitar at age 12 and began writing and singing by 14. Tunes by Marty Robbins and Johnny Cash were often heard in his family home as he grew up and he always enjoyed the images those songs portrayed. Scott has played all kinds of music over the years and in all kinds of places but always enjoys the kind of music you hear just sitting around a campfire with friends and family the most. Now happily residing in Idaho, Scott spends more and more time with his beautiful wife Elayne, his guitars and his dog Aggie and not nearly enough time with his three grandsons.
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