Bruce Hauser and the Sawmill Creek Band in Concert
Friday, October 25
Cedar City Heritage Theater
105 N. 100 East
$20 general admission & $15 for seniors/students
Presented by Classic Country 97.7 FM:
You can purchase your tickets online at brucehauser.eventbrite.com
Tickets available starting September 1st at the Iron County Extension Office, 585 N. Main or call 435-586-8132 .
Bruce Hauser and the Sawmill Creek Band
The Sawmill Creek Band has been fondly called Wyoming’s Ambassadors of Music.
One look at the breathtaking Teton mountains and the beauty that is Wyoming and it’s not hard to see why Bruce Hauser was inspired to write so many songs in honor of the west and the western way of life – or should we say Wild Western Way Of Life?
Sawmill Creek is Wyoming’s original and beloved country western music band best known for their outstanding performances of the Hauser-penned originals that have stimulated their success. Inspired by his love of the natural grandeur of the Grand Tetons, and his respect for the strong, vital character of the people from his Jackson Hole home, Bruce Hauser’s compositions reflect the heart of grass roots America. Bruce Hauser, a master of the acoustic guitar and five-string banjo, has been singing, performing, and writing original compositions since he was 14 years old and had his first band – he on guitar and a friend on drums.
Bruce Hauser founded the Sawmill Creek Band in 1973 and since that time, the Wild Western Windblown Band, as they are affectionately known (after their first album of the same name) has accumulated an impressive array of credits. Over the years, from 1978 to 1990, the band has released six albums. In 2002, the first three albums, WILD WESTERN WINDBLOWN BAND, BARELY GETTIN’ BY and WE RIDE TOGETHER were digitally remastered for CD and re-released. Bruce released his latest CD, CHANGES, in September 2005.