The Bryce Canyon Wranglers pay tribute to country music with new album
BRYCE CANYON CITY, Utah (March 25, 2022) — Starting April 22nd, guests who stop by Ebenezer’s Barn & Grill for a bite to eat and entertainment will tip their hats to country music that has stood the test of time. The Bryce Canyon Wranglers will debut their latest album, “Timeless,” with a new show at Ebenezer’s Barn & Grill that combines original singles and honored classics of the musical genre. Listeners will delight in the new schedule addition and reminisce as they take a journey back in time to reconnect to classic country roots and legendary country artists.
“Country music has a lot of timelessness to it,” said Tim Gates, lead singer of The Bryce Canyon Wranglers. “It transcends the passage of time. I was really inspired by the music of the 90s. The artists, songwriters, everyone involved in the project was intrigued and inspired. We all agreed that the setlist was timeless.”
New originals including “Comeback Train” and the trending “Truck Jacked Up” are destined to become favorites, and the addition of updated montages playing behind the house band will complement the production. The Bryce Canyon Wranglers called upon fans to add a personal touch to the “Truck Jacked Up” performance with pictures of their cherished trucks, while images of iconic country artists will grace the screen to the tune of Comeback Train.
“I wrote ‘Comeback Train’ during a low point,” said Tim Gates, lead singer of The Bryce Canyon Wranglers. “I was told it was too country. The song is a metaphor and an ode to classic country. A lot of people don’t take trains anymore, but trains are still relevant. So, it was fitting to write a song about how country music is making a comeback.”
After a hearty meal of cowboy cookin’, the dance floor awaits. Patrons won’t be able to resist kicking off their shoes for a dance to the energetic performance and will leave with fond memories of an exciting night of authentic country fun.
The new show will run every day for its kick-off week starting April 22nd and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday the following weeks. The Bryce Canyon Wranglers will continue to play their chart-topping record, “A Song Like Me,” on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.