Nightly performances at Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill
The popular Bryce Canyon Wranglers have returned for their summer season at Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill. This year’s band members feature seven talented artists from various backgrounds. Each is excited to bring you an unforgettable western dinner show.
The Bryce Canyon Wranglers have been performing at Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill since 2018. In August 2019 their album, “A Song Like Me” reached the highest charting country album on the new artist chart at No. 15 on the Billboard Country Album Sales Chart. Another popular and often comical song is, “Helluva Place to Lose a Cow.” Ebenezer Bryce, who Bryce Canyon National Park is named after, is reported to have stated that, “Bryce Canyon was one hell of a place to lose a cow.” To commemorate this story the Bryce Canyon Wranglers knew they needed to write a song about it.
A reviewer on TripAdvisor stated, “The show was excellent and the singers were exceptional. The music was songs that most people would know and everyone seemed to get involved.. Overall, a great evening that I would highly recommend.”
The lead singer of the Bryce Canyon Wranglers, Tim Gates is a Nashville, Tennessee alum but originally from Richfield, Utah. He’s also part of the popular Nashville Tribute Band. Gates’ songs have appeared on the albums of Bucky Covington, Blackhawk, Lucas Hoge and more.
Another notable artist from the band is Ward Williams, steel guitarist. Originally from Dallas, Texas, Williams also moved to Nashville, for the music scene. He has recorded several albums with bands such as Sorta, The Sparrows and The Old 97’s. His first major touring gig was with popular country artist, Randy Houser. While with Randy, Williams toured with Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley and more.
Other talented artists performing this summer include Celeste Carter, featured vocalist, Justin Clark, lead guitarist, Josh Frischknecht, piano, Leslie Adams, fiddle and Corbyn Syrett, fiddle.
Call Ebenzer’s Barn and Grill at 435-834-8011 to make your reservation and experience the exceptional western music by the Bryce Canyon Wranglers.
About Ruby’s Inn:
Since 1916, Ruby’s Inn has been making it easy for visitors from around the world to experience the epic scenery of Bryce Canyon National Park. Ruby’s Inn is located at the entrance to the park and offers the closest lodging with everything from luxury hotel rooms to RV parks and campgrounds. Ruby’s Inn is open year-round and has exclusive access to canyon overlooks for horseback riding, ATV riding, horse-drawn sleigh rides and snowshoeing. The Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill entertains crowds nightly from April through October with a western dinner show and cowboy grub. The General Store provides fuel, groceries, camping gear, clothing and souvenirs. To plan your vacation, visit rubysinn.com or call 1-866-866-6616.