Blazin' M welcomes new band members

2010 Western Music Association winners Jim and Jeanne Martin Join the Blazin’ M Cowboys

COTTONWOOD -- The Blazin' M Ranch has announced the addition of Jim and Jeanne Martin to the Blazin' M Cowboys.

The Martins have performed together for audiences throughout the United States for over 20 years, allowing them to share their love of the history and music of the American West.

"We are excited about our new relationship with the Blazin M.  We love the area and can't say enough good things about Dan and Lori and the rest of the crew at the Blazin M for the warm welcome we have received," said the Martins. "We are looking forward to working with Bill and Jim on the show and hope that it will be the best ever, and that we can call the Verde Valley home for a long time to come." 

The Martins have been honored to work with several well known Western stars such as Michael Martin Murphey, Riders in the Sky, Rex Allen Jr., Johnny Western, and Patsy Montana.

They have been featured performers at the National Festival of the West in Scottsdale for the past 20 years and will be performing there again in March of this year as well.

Throughout the years Jim and Jeanne have been recognized for their range of musical talents with a variety of awards. In addition, the Martins have been honored six times as the Western Music Association Harmony Yodeling Champions.

• 2010 Western Music Association Best Harmony Duo

• 2006 National Traditional Country Music Association Rising Legend Award

• 2005 Southwest Pickers Association Best Duo and Best Vocalist (Jeanne)

The Blazin' M Ranch is located at 1875 Mabery Ranch Road, Cottonwood, adjacent to Dead Horse Ranch State Park.

Hours of operation vary depending on the season; please visit our website at blazinm.com for the most current information.

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