Museum of the American West
1445 West Main Street, Lander, WY

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Concerts will be held at the Museum of the American West in Lander, Wyoming in the Dickinson Livery Stable.   Built in 2004 as a replica of the circa 1876 Dickinson Stable, the building provides an excellent venue for musical performances.  A variety of unique pioneer wagons are on display in the stable, including several courtesy of the Fremont County Pioneer Museum, as well as a Yellowstone Stagecoach on loan from the Mountain Man Museum in Pinedale.


The Museum of the American West was established as a unique not-for-profit outdoor/indoor museum complex.  For the museum's patrons and visitors, MAW highlights the cultural heritage of Central Wyoming.  MAW offers educational programming, entertainment and tours of the Pioneer Living History Village.

Grady Kirkpatrick, Music Director at Wyoming Public Radio

Grady KirkpatrickGrady Kirkpatrick graduated from Northern Arizona University/Flagstaff in 1982 and began his radio career in Prescott, AZ.   He moved to Kansas City in 1986 and worked at a variety of commercial stations.   He then headed to Kentucky and took his first position in non-commercial, public radio at WKMS in Murray.  


In the mid 90’s he took a position with WNKU at Northern Kentucky University just south of Cincinnati. In December of 2007, after 16 great years in Kentucky, he and his family moved to Laramie, Wyoming, where he is currently Music Director at Wyoming Public Radio.   He hosts the popular show “Morning Music” Monday through Friday, 9am- Noon, occasionally featuring live performances and interviews with Wyoming musicians.



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