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"I was totally amazed when I first saw them perform. I thought I was actually listening to Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley, telling the true stories of their lives! They are a true Historical and Theatrical experience."
Rex Rideout; Musical Historian and professional entertainer.
Colorado's Official Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley!
They are featured Performers for "The Great American Wild West Show" as it travels throughout the country. Images of them can be seen at the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave in Golden, Colorado. If you have visited the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming it is very likely you have seen one of their many performances.
They have also appeared at:
The Colorado Governor's Manson, D.I.A., The Colorado Symphony, The Denver Art Museum,
The History Colorado Museum, The Broadmoor Hotel, Children's Hospital Buckaroo Ball,
Easter Seals Wild West, Adventure, The Buckhorn Exchange, The Fort Restaurant,
Golden's Buffalo Bill Days, Buckskin Joe's, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Boulder History Museum,
Chautauqua, Georgetown Loop Railroad, Evergreen Parade and Rodeo, National Western Stockshow,
Fairplay, Colorado, Cripple Creek, Colorado, Nevada State Fair, The Indiana State,
Arkansas State Fair, Branson, Missouri, Spanish Fork, Utah, Oakley, Kansas, St Joseph, Missouri,
Santa Clarita, California, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Cheyenne Frontier Days, Plains Hotel Cheyenne, Wyoming,
Fort Worth, Texas, Mesa Arizona and Salt Lake City, Utah.
They have also done performances in Deadwood, South Dakota, Dodge City, Kansas, Fort Hays, Kansas, Fort Laramie, Wyoming, and the Little Big Horn Battlefield, Montana.
R.D. appeared in the British Broadcasting Corporation of "The First Scalp For Custer" He also portrayed "Two Feathers" the mountain man in the Fairs Winds Films with Barb as a Southern Cheyenne Indian women in a documentary of the History of Pueblo, Colorado.
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