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The Buckarettes: Links

Youtube - Buckarette concert at Wildlife West!

Start tapping your toes now...here are highlights of the Buckarettes performing at Wildlife West Nature Park in June 2013!  Filmed and edited by Kay Durbin.......

D J Parker of the Buckarettes - Sun Don't Shine

This was filmed on a Flip Video camera at the Loma Colorado Library in Rio Rancho, NM.

Amy Blackburn plays Bill Monroe fiddle tunes

Amy showing off her prowess....

Amy Blackburn singing Hello Trouble
Cain's Apple
This is Buckarette co-founder Katie Gill's own website where you can find more FAQ's about her solo and song writing career. There's more than meets the eye in this Buckarette!
Kyle Zimmerman
Kyle is our photographer extraordinaire! She has captured and designed our second and third albums and we are so amazed at what she does! She is a well-known staple in our region photographing weddings, graduations, births, families, head shots--you name it, she does a fantastic and very professional job. Very fun and creative to work with. Go, Kyle, Go!!
Susan Clark
Find out more about one of our very own Buckarettes, Susan Clark. Being a singer/songwriter is her true passion, and her most recent solo album gained the three top awards at the New Mexico Mic Awards. Check her out on this wesite. If you buy her CD, you will be a winner, too!
C D Baby
This is a great site for groups/singles who aren't way nationally famous yet. You can browse through by category, state, etc. It's a wonderful venue for us little guys!
Cowboy Up Energy
We recently played at the Old Mill Restaurant in Edgewood, NM and one of the sponsors was Cowboy Up Energy. This is an all natural, non-alcohol drink brewed up with a wonderful collection of ingredients and tastes delicious! We loved the packaging and logo design, too. The bottle comes with it's own opener, as an added plus! The Buckarettes support Cowboy Up and are hoping that they come out soon with "CowGIRL Up"! (They're cooking up the recipe for it--really!) Read more about Cowboy Up on their fun FB page. Very entertaining!
John Wagner Recording Studios
Where real magic takes place - we record all of our music here. John is the Best in the West! We love the way he makes us sound!
Gary Roller Studios
Gary is not only an incredible musician who has been Michael Martin Murphy's steady bass player for over 25 years, but he's a renowned western artist in the Southwestern region. Gary plays upright bass with the Buckarettes whenever we can get him. He's wonderful! Check out this fun website!
Absolute Entertainment Santa Fe
New Mexico's Music Source..."Outstanding live music and DJ Services, wedding receptions, ceremonies, rehearsals, private parties, benefits, and Corporate Events.
Sidekick Productions
Rick Huff & Mary Ryland are the Alpha & Omega of the western music scene in the state of New Mexico. They are the one-stop connection to Western Groups, promotions, publications, movies, etc. We're proud to be a part of their "Scene"! Check them out for more info.....
Clint Mortenson Silver & Saddlery
If you want total craftsmanship and creative cowboy artistry at its finest, a "must see and go visit" is Clint's place in Santa Fe. 96 Bonanza Creek Road. He is absolutely the tops in the book of the Buckarettes! We love you, Clint!
Gotta Dance
“Gotta Dance” can be heard in northern and central New Mexico at 90.7 FM and 101.1 FM, or world-wide via live stream broadcast at www.ksfr.org. Just go to this site and hit the “Listen Live” feature. You will hear Randy Forrester DJ-ing his little ol' pea-pickin' heart out. When he's not DJ-ing, he's out there on the dance floor tearing it up and catching the eyes of all beholders. What a great dancer!! And a great guy! We love you, Randy!
Rick Scibelli
Rick is very creative with his photography. If your wedding is outside of the box or not, this is the man for you. NIce guy, too, to boot! Check out his site. Very cool....
Treasure House Books & Gifts
This establishment is a long-time icon on the Plaza of historical Old Town near downtown Albuquerque. Here you can find everything you wanted to know about the Cowboy and Indian cultures of our dear Southwest, including general history and fiction that is indigenous to the New Mexico region. Music plays an integral part of the ambience of the Southwest and the Treasure House is where you can unearth much of its hidden riches!
Joe Baker at Back Forty Bunkhouse
Joe and the Bucks go way back. He is one great cowpoke DJ and plays the best of the west, western and cowboy/girl music around--including us!!! We LOVE Joe!
Le Chat Lunatique
On our list of beloved string bass players is the infamous Jared Putnam. He spends most of his energy now on his own brainchild, "Le Chat Lunatique". Check them out on their website, watch them on youtube and listen to their captivating, pioneering, ingenious and creative gypsy/jazz/western swing influences.
Short Grass Festival
Held every fall in Northern New Mexico, this is a place to leave everything behind and go back to a more simple, laid back lifestyle. The grand vistas, fresh air, mule deer, buffalo and real cowboys bring you to what is really real in life. Add great music to this mix and you're in Paradise...
High Noon Special Events
Since its establishment in 1986, High Noon has been a partnership dedicated to the enjoyment, promotion, and preservation of the arts tied to the heart and traditions of the American West. Through their annual Phoenix Show & Auction and their Los Angeles gallery, High Noon is your connection to highly collectible Western fine art, Native American textiles, prized saddles & spurs, authentic Western antiques and more. These pieces represent our cultural history––bygone days of the Native American, the Vaquero, the Cowboy and the Old West.
HIgh Noon Western American Newsletter
Here is the complete article that was written about us in the April newsletter--pix and all!
Z-Coil Shoes
They really DO put a SPRING in your step! If you have chronic back pain, try on a pair, you'll be amazed! They have literally saved peoples' lives1
Bookworks
This is a wonderful independant bookstore in the North Valley of Albuquerque. Located on 4022 Rio Grande Blvd in Dietz Farm Plaza, they carry all the mainstream titles and showcase local and regional authors as well. They also support local musicians like myself and The Buckarettes! Bookworks has a fine array of surprising gift ideas for that hard-to-buy-for-person. A little bit of everything is what you'll find at Bookworks--just next door to The Flying Star Cafe where you can read or listen to your new find accompanied by a great cup of coffee and a luscious pastry. Take a break, check out Bookworks and your local artists and enjoy life!
Bill and Bonnie Hearne
The beloved folk duo from the wilds of New Mexico. True American legends. They are featured on our first CD and we're proud to have them aboard.
MrCubop1
Here's one of our first videos of us....finally! Miss Debra Jean singing "Sun Don't Shine". We were at the Loma Colorado Library in Rio Rancho and Mr. Rob Wilder recorded us & put us officially on the youtube map! YAY!! Thank you Mr. Wilder!!
Terry Buffalo Ware

Our favorite guitar-slingin' Okie and Buckarette deputy, ridin' the reverb range.

Soyka Graphics
Talented violinist, photographer, teacher, who also happens to be John's sister. Check out the great photo galleries on her site.
Deanna Nichols Photos
Deanna is a great freelance photographer who loves taking indigenous pix of people, events, places, flora, fowl and fauna as well as out-of-state out-of-mind creative compositions. She hosts occasional shows at neat, intimate venues. Check her and her photos out on her website!
Music Santa Fe
This is a great site to see & hear a lot of popular bands, singles, etc. from around the Albuquerque/Santa Fe area to hire for your next event. Click on MP3 playlist to hear the Buckarettes.
The Planet Pardner
This is a real fun site to go to if you are into real cowboy/girl stuff!