Fancy Fiddlin' at Blazin' M Ranch

Internationally renowned musician Doug Bartlett joins Cowboys for limited engagement

Award winner Doug Barlett joins the Blazin' M Cowboys for a limited engagement in Cottonwood this week and next.

Award winner Doug Barlett joins the Blazin' M Cowboys for a limited engagement in Cottonwood this week and next.

If you're yearnin' for some fancy fiddlin' and amazing vocals, then mosey on out to the Blazin' M Ranch for special appearances by Doug Bartlett, internationally renowned musician.

He will join award winning regulars Jim & Jeanne Martin for the Blazin' M's hour-long stage show on Aug. 24, 25, 26 and 31, and Sept. 1, 2 and 3.

Bartlett, a professional musician for over 30 years, has toured all across the United States, Canada and Europe. Winner of two IBMA Awards and two time Grammy Nominee while playing with such greats as Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, The James King Band, The Lonesome River Band and Del McCoury. Bartlett has performed on many recordings with various artists playing fiddle, mandolin, guitar, bass, banjo and vocals.

Besides being a multi-instrumentalist Doug is also a talented singer/songwriter who teaches and performs as a solo artist in Phoenix.

The Blazin' M Ranch is located at 1875 Mabery Ranch Road in Cottonwood. Situated on the banks of the Verde River and adjacent to Dead Horse Ranch State Park, the Blazin' M Ranch offers a cowboy dinner and show and features a variety of pre-dinner attractions and activities.

Call (800) 937-8643 or visit the website at www.blazinm.com for the most current information and reservations.

For more information on this topic or to schedule an interview, please contact

Lori Mabery at (928) 634-9071 or email at lori@blazinm.com

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