Paul Larsen in concert live at the High Plains Western Heritage Center.
Join us Sunday, April 22nd, at 2pm for our final High Plains Live! concert before the summer break. It’s cowboy crooner Paul Larsen live on the Bruce Miller Theater stage. Relax and enjoy an afternoon of cowboy music and stories. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12.50 at the door. (With ticket fee added, online total price is $10)
Paul acquired many talents before makeing his home in the sacred Black Hills of South Dakota, just a bit outside the small community of Rochford. He’s spent several years on the road competing in and judging rodeos. He is also a talented carpenter and takes much pride in custom building. Known for his baritone voice and cowboy yodel, he was once introduced by an announcer as a man with the voice he’d hire to ride circles around a rangey herd of cows to keep them quiet through the evening.
Paul is grateful to have the opportunity to write and play his music in many places, but likes most to sing with his good friends on the radio, at Gatherings, at The Moonshine Gulch Saloon in Rochford, in Hill City and the area that surrounds him. There’s also a good chance you could catch him on the front porch of his cabin with his guitar and his dog, Rascal.