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  • Columbia River Cowboy Gathering and Music Festival

    Budd Massengale, President and Cofounder of the Columbia River Cowboy Gathering and Music Festival, talks about the 13th annual event that is at the Benton County Fairgrounds this weekend. "This is one of those things that society shouldn't loose what we had in the past and this is part of it. It's the stories and the poetry and the music from the days of old and we want to keep it," he said about the culture the festival embraces.

Budd Massengale, President and Cofounder of the Columbia River Cowboy Gathering and Music Festival, talks about the 13th annual event that is at the Benton County Fairgrounds this weekend. "This is one of those things that society shouldn't loose what we had in the past and this is part of it. It's the stories and the poetry and the music from the days of old and we want to keep it," he said about the culture the festival embraces. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Budd Massengale, President and Cofounder of the Columbia River Cowboy Gathering and Music Festival, talks about the 13th annual event that is at the Benton County Fairgrounds this weekend. "This is one of those things that society shouldn't loose what we had in the past and this is part of it. It's the stories and the poetry and the music from the days of old and we want to keep it," he said about the culture the festival embraces. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Open mic at Cowboy Gathering at fairgrounds

April 08, 2016 1:16 PM