Tony Norris, Southwest Entertainer

“Tony offers up stories, poems, historical accounts, tall tales, and songs in a tantalizing blend of education and entertainment. It holds my interest in a way that a presentation of any one form can’t match. If you close your eyes while listening to Tony’s account of the prized camp cook, you can hear the clanging of the old dutch oven, smell the cook fire, and taste the beans, beefsteak, and biscuits, along with the occasional pie or cobbler. With sure strokes, he places each song or poem into historical context.”

— Phil Heikkinen, Director, Show Low Public Library

 



Tony Norris
9475 Doney Park Ln
Flagstaff, AZ 86004

T 928.526.6684

Tony Norris, Singer & Storyteller

Tony Norris weaves together story and song to perform for any occasion.

Singer & Storyteller

Sunday, December 20th, 2009
oldtime music at BOOKMANS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Tony and The Springfed Band play oldtime, folk and cowboy at Bookmans
Wednesday, December 16th, 2009
Employee Christmas Partry
FOREST HIghlands Club House
Flagstaff, az
Santa presides at Forest Highlands Employees Christmas party
Saturday, December 5th, 2009
SANTA at The Clifford White Theater
Clifford White Theater
Santa will appear before the NAU production of A Christmas Carol in the theater for the 2pm matinees Sat and Sunday
Saturday, December 5th, 2009
Santa in Bookmans
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
Santa will be at Bookmans from 2-4 and available for photos and to meet kids. Tell ma and pa.
Saturday, December 5th, 2009
Flagstaff Foodlink "CHANGE" for changing your food system fundraiser
The Greenroom
Come out to The Green Room on December 5th from 5-10 p.m. and join us for an evening full of scrumptious local food, rockin' local music by Tony Norris (for the kids), Joseph Langham, The Erogenous Jones Band and The Bears and The Bees. You'll also have a chance to win great gardening/foodie raffle items such as a cold frame or compost bin, a superb restaurant package worth about $200 from Criollo, Pasto's, Diablo Burger and Pesto Brothers along with many other great gift certificates.

Flagstaff Foodlink is a non-profit organization that serves to be the link between our community and healthy regional food. We have a successful youth garden program that provides mini grants to teachers in the Flagstaff schools. As part of this program teachers receive access to our garden curriculum, funds for supplies and gardening consultation from experienced local gardeners.

We are now also trying to branch our efforts to the Greater Flagstaff community to grow more food locally by developing more community gardens. In doing so we are trying to raise money for our organization in general, but more specifically to support the Americorps position we were awarded that would promote and manage the community gardens.

So dig in your pockets, grab that spare change jar and come on down to The Green Room December 5th from 5-10 p.m. and help support changing your local food system. We are also interested in hearing your ideas about what specific changes you feel are important in creating a local food system so be sure to bring your 2 cents as well!
Saturday, December 5th, 2009
Santa visit for families
Grandon Gallery
20 north Leroux
flagstaff, az 86001
(928) 380-4915
http://web.me.com/davidgrandon/site/Openings_Happenings/Openings_Happenings.html
Santa will be available for photos with kids and the family
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009
FIRST WED WINELOFT
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $0
BILL BURKE AND TONY DO THE OLD TIME THING
Sunday, October 18th, 2009
Tony and Friends at Bookmans
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $see website
2-4pm More folk, oldtime and original with Tony and Friends
Monday, October 12th, 2009
Pine Forest Choir/ Tony Norris
Newman Center
Northern Az University campus.
http://www.pineforestschools.com/
Price: $free
the Pine Forest Montesori School choir I'm working with the 6th grade choir to learn three fine old folk tunes: Old Joe Clark, Bright Morning Stars and Old Lee. You can hear them perform them with me on Oct 12th at 6pm at the Newman Center on the NAU campus.
Friday, October 9th, 2009
20th Annual Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium October 9, 10, and 11, 2009
20th Annual Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium
1461 Hwy 70 W.
Ruidoso, Nm 88346
575-378-4431
http://www.cowboysymposium.org/index.asp
Price: $see website
Tony participates in the 20th
LCC Symposium with stories and cowboy songs.
Wednesday, October 7th, 2009
First Wed Vintage Series
THE WINELOFT
NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $free as water-even freer
Sunday, October 4th, 2009
31st Sharlot Hall Folk Festival
Sharlot Hall Museum
415 West Gurley
Prescott, Az
928-445-3122.
http://www.sharlot.org.
Price: $5
9:30 Tony leads Gospel Sing at Amphitheater
Saturday, October 3rd, 2009
31st Sharlot Hall Folk Festival
Sharlot Hall Museum
415 West Gurley
Prescott, Az
928-445-3122.
http://www.sharlot.org.
Price: $5
11am Cowboy Songs at The Sharlot Hall Bldg
12 Storytelling at Sharlot Hall Blg
2pm Burke, Coon and Norris at Amphitheater
Friday, October 2nd, 2009
oldtime w/Bill Burke
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $freebies
4-6 Appalachian tunes with the greybeards
Sunday, September 27th, 2009
Oldtime n' Folk w/Springfed Band
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free as water-even freer
The Springfed Band joins Tony for oldtime, folk n' Bluegrass. Sip a cafe au lait or late-da and tap your toes to banjo, mandolin, bass and fiddle
Sunday, September 20th, 2009
Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass all day EMCEE
PINE MTN AMPHITHEATER
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF
(928)525-1695
http://www.pickininthepines.org
Price: $visit webcite
This year's festival features a great lineup of traditional and acoustic bands, including the Gibson Brothers, Claire Lynch Band, Steep Canyon Rangers, Crooked Still, The Freight Hoppers and Burnett Family Bluegrass. We'll also be featuring Murphy's Law, Muskellunge Bluegrass, Red Desert Ramblers, Headline Bluegrass Band, Voluntary String Band, Mars Hillbillies, The Bears and the Bees, and Tony Norris & Sid Hausman. Visit our lineup page to learn more about these bands.
Friday, September 18th, 2009
Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass Festival
PINE MTN AMPHITHEATER
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF
(928)525-1695
http://www.pickininthepines.org
Price: $see website
This year's festival features a great lineup of traditional and acoustic bands, including the Gibson Brothers, Claire Lynch Band, Steep Canyon Rangers, Crooked Still, The Freight Hoppers and Burnett Family Bluegrass. We'll also be featuring Murphy's Law, Muskellunge Bluegrass, Red Desert Ramblers, Headline Bluegrass Band, Voluntary String Band, Mars Hillbillies, The Bears and the Bees, and Tony Norris & Sid Hausman. Visit our lineup page to learn more about these bands.
Friday, September 18th, 2009
Childrens Show-Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass Festival
Pine Mountain Amphitheater / Coconino County Fairgrounds
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
http://www.pickinginthepines.com/
Price: $free
Tony does a kids show at 5pm Yavapai Ramada Kid's Stage and Play Area NWest of Amphitheater
Thursday, September 17th, 2009
Stories Worth Telling in Uncertain Times
Cline Library
Nau campus
Flagstaff
Price: $open to NAU employees
A workshop with Stanley Clark on framing good stories that empower the teller and discerning the true risk of threats in our lives.
Saturday, June 27th, 2009
National Cancer Survivors Day
Riordon Home Park Flagstaff
Saturday, June 27th, 2009
Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music Folk Festival
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2300 N Fort Valley Rd
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
(928) 779-2300
http://www.ffotm.net/folkfest/
Price: $3
120 acts perform over the weekend on 5 different stages. I will be solo at 1:30 and with Springfed at 5:30 on Sat and at 2:10 with Burke Coon and Norris on Sunday
Wednesday, June 17th, 2009
Heathcote School of Living/ Coffee House
Heathcote Community
21300 Heathcote Road
Freeland, Md 21053
(410) 343-DIRT
http://www.heathcote.org
Price: $private
Tony performs at the Heathcote School of Living 40 year reunion in the coffeehouse at the old mill building
Friday, June 5th, 2009
Tony and Friends in the Garden
MEDITATION GARDEN OF EPIPHANY EPISCOPAL CHURCH
423 NORTH BEAVER
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
928 774 2911
http://www.tonynorris.com
Price: $donation
Bring a picnic dinner and join us for a wonderful outdoor concert provided by Flagstaff's own Tony Norris & friends. Songs and stories of Appalachia and the West. Gates open at 5 p.m., music begins at 5:30. Donations gratefully accepted; portion of the proceeds benefit Epiphany Youth Mission Trip.
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009
WICKED WEDNESDAY
Sharlot Hall Museum Amphitheater
415 West Gurley
Prescott, Az
928-445-3122.
http://www.sharlot.org.
Price: $$5 members $7 general
The series kicks off on Wednesday, June 3 at 7:30 p.m. with popular singer and storyteller Tony Norris. Admission is $5 for Museum members and $7 for non-members. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance by calling 928-445-3122.
Sunday, May 31st, 2009
SPRING STRING FLING BENEFIT EmCee and Performer
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2300 N Fort Valley Rd
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
928 779 2300
www.culturalpartners.org
Price: $15
My friend Laurie is known to many of you as an exceptional harpist and singer. She is going through a rough patch with her health and is about to make a move to Washington state so her sister can help with her care. A wonderful cast of Arizona musicians will gather at the Coconino Center For the Arts to present a fundraiser concert to help with medical and moving costs. Some of the performers include Craig Yarbrough, Elizabeth Elgin, D-Squared, Tony Norris and Bill Burke, Marty Cook, Carolyn Bame and Sylvan Grey. There will be gifts to be awarded in a raffle and fine art work and services to be offered in a silent auction. Enjoy an evening of sweet tunes and aid a fellow artist. Advance tickets available at Cedar Music and Arizona Music Pro in Flagstaff: $15.
Saturday, May 30th, 2009
FRIENDS OF FLAGSTAFF'S FUTURE GALA
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2300 N Fort Valley Rd
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
(928) 779-2300
www.culturalpartners.org
Tony performs for FFF Gala Fundraiser
Sunday, May 10th, 2009
Springfed at Bookmans!
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
The Springfed Band joins me from 2-4 at Bookmans. Bill Burke, Elena Gonzales, Glen Bessonette and Katie "Thunderbird" Carr
Wednesday, May 6th, 2009
First Wed Vintage Series
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $freebies
Bill Burke joins me to play the best of old time and appalachian music. Banjos are us...
Friday, April 24th, 2009
NAU's Third Annual Young Authors Festival
College of Education at NAU and Ashurst Auditorium
Flagstaff
Tony Norris headlines Young Authors Conference. Other featured authors include Sig Boloz, Nancy Bo Flood, Mark Gibbons, AnnMarie Mackler, Seth Muller, Michelle Parker-Rock, Gamin Summers Gary and Susan Taylor. Children from across The Flagstaff Schools will attend.

Friday, April 17th, 2009
April River Days
Unitarian Universalist Church.
Prescott
(928) 277-9155
Price: $7
April River Days Opens with Tony Norris, Springfed Band

PRESCOTT, Ariz.— April River Days: A Week of Celebration and Action for the Verde opens this year on April 17th with a musical celebration of Arizona´s green heart. Renowned Arizona singer and storyteller Tony Norris will perform with the Springfed Band beginning at 7pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church. A special confluence of local musicians, Soul Creek, rounds out the program with songs celebrating the beauty and importance of flowing water. Tickets are $7 at the door.

Prescott´s second annual April River Days: a Week of Celebration and Action for the Verde, coordinated by the Center for Biological Diversity, runs from April 17-25. A spectrum of fun to serious events will help the public get to know the Verde as an ecological and aesthetic treasure in Prescott´s backyard. Events include field trips, water conservation activities, a symposium on Verde River water ecology, movies, children´s activities, low cost river trips and more.

Flagstaff based Tony Norris is a regular at storytelling festivals, cowboy poetry gatherings, schools, campfires, and corporate conferences. With the accompaniment of his big Martin guitar and healthy doses of humor, he invites us to leave the everyday world behind and journey into the old West. As described by Katie Lee, legendary folksinger, songwriter, and author, "Tony has a voice that sings like a real live river telling stories wherever it goes — gently like a ripple, or rowdy like a rapid — and always from his generous, forgiving heart."

The write up for Flagstaff´s Pickin in the Pines festival gives a colorful description of the Springfed Band. It "Flows out of the old rock…where lost love is lamented and brave dawgs are celebrated. Where greybeard survivors of the 60´s folk scare, gaelic dancers and conservatory violinists meet over good corn whisky, green grape cobbler and dance tunes in D." In the Soringfed Band, Norris is joined by Megan Buchanan, Elena Gonzales, and special guest, local picking favorite Warren Miller.

Soul Creek formed especially for the opening night of April River Days. Audience members will recognize some of the best loved faces from Prescott´s folk scene and enjoy their renditions of soul stirring water inspired music.

The Center for Biological Diversity hosts a wide spectrum of events to educate local citizens about threats to the Verde River that include groundwater pumping, off-road vehicle damage, pollution from sludge dumping, and human population growth. "April River days emphasizes what is at stake as municipalities go ahead with pipeline plans without mitigating the effects on the Verde" says Michelle Harrington, rivers conservation manager at the Center for Biological Diversity. "The city of Prescott claims to have a mitigation plan because they have moved the well for their Big Chino pipeline further up the wash from the river. This will only possibly delay impacts. It won´t prevent them. The city has not yet produced a comprehensive, scientifically verifiable mitigation plan for which the citizens have repeated and reasonably asked."
For more information, call Edie Dillon at (928) 277-9155.

The Center for Biological Diversity is a national nonprofit conservation organization with more than 200,000 members and online activists dedicated to the protection of endangered species and wild places.

Saturday, April 11th, 2009
OLD TIME MUSIC
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Bill Burke, Tony and friends play Appalachian and folk
Saturday, April 4th, 2009
WHITE MTN YOUNG AUTHORS CONFERENCE
ST JOHNS MIDDLE SCHOOL
St Johns, Az
928-337-4308
PRESENTER FOR YOUNG AUTHORS
Saturday, March 21st, 2009
5th San Felipe Folk Festival
The Lighthouse Restuarant
San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico
San Felipe, Baja Ca
Mexico
Price: $5 cover
Time for the 5th San Felipe Folk Festival. Flag musicians including Bill Vernieu, Mike Falk, Jesse Anderson plus S.F. locals will present a concert on the patio of The Lighthouse Restuarant overlooking the malecon at the base of the shrine to the Virgin of Guadelupe.
Saturday, March 7th, 2009
Mo Music @ Bookmans
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $Free
Tony and friends hold forth in the Cyber Cafe 6-8pm
Saturday, March 7th, 2009
NORTHERN AZ BOOK FESTIVAL FUNDRAISER
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2300 N Fort Valley Rd
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
(928) 779-2300
http://www.nazbookfest.com/new/
Price: $5
The Verses of March Blow In!
Music, Recitation & Silent Auction
Writer, poets, and musicians will come together to read selected works from participating author for the 12th annual Northern Arizona Book Festival. Readings by Angela Cooper, Jill Divine, James Jay, Doug McGlothlin, Seth Muller. Music by Matt Hall, Alyson Jay, Tony Norris, & many more.
Enjoy some munchies. Hear a great show. Bid on unique, fun, and artsy items with all proceeds to benefit literacy efforts in Northern Arizona!
Time: 7:00pm
Location: Coconino Center for the Arts - 2300 N. Fort Valley Rd., Flagstaff, Arizona
Admission: $5 ( with all proceeds to benefit charitable organizations and literacy efforts in Northern Arizona)

Friday, February 20th, 2009
15th COWBOY CAMPFIRE
ZANE GREY BALLROOM
WEATHERFORD HOTEL
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 779 1919
Price: $12-15

Join Tony Norris, Bill Vernieu and Warren Miller at 7:30 pm on Friday, February 20, 2009 as they gather for Three Tenors on Horseback: The 15th Annual Cowboy Campfire. This event for all ages has become one of the best attended and most celebrated shows of the month-long Flagstaff Winterfest. Join us for an evening of Western songs, poems, and stories around the fireplace at the Zane Grey Ballroom, upstairs at the historic Weatherford Hotel, 23 North Leroux Street, in downtown Flagstaff (www.weatherfordhotel.com ). Tickets are $12 children and FFOTM members, $15 general admission and are available at the Weatherford Hotel 928-779-1919 or from Tony Norris at 928-526-6684 or tony@tonynorris.com or Bill Vernieu at 928-525-3001 or bv4@mindspring.com.

Friday, February 13th, 2009
New Music @ Bookmans
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
Tony and friends play oldtime, cowboy and folk 6-8pm
Friday, February 6th, 2009
17th Annual Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering
Buena Performing Arts Center
Sierra Vista, Az 85636
520 249 2511,520 458 2262
http://www.cowboypoets.com
On Friday I am in the schools and on Saturday I play at 11am ,12pm and 3pm in The Auditorium and at 4 pm in the Teachers lounge
Saturday, January 31st, 2009
Defining Folk Music workshop
BLUE ROSE THEATER
415 WEST GURLEY
PRESCOTT, AZ
928 445 3122
http://WWW.SHARLOT.ORG
Price: $25
Tony Norris Defines Folk Music

Saturday, January 31, the Sharlot Hall Museum presents Arizona singer, songwriter, storyteller and author, Tony Norris, in concert in the inaugural event of the museum's "Defining Folk Music" concert series. The series offers a unique opportunity for audience and artist to explore the folk process in both workshop and concert settings.

The Defining Folk Music workshop will be held from 10 AM - 12 PM in the Sharlot Hall Museum's Blue Rose Theater. Mr. Norris will address the question "How do the characters and geography of place influence the folk music and stories it produces?" and will look at contributions from Badger Clark, Billy Simon, and Romaine Lowdermilk, as well as his own to the tradition of Arizona folk music. Tickets for the workshop are $25 and available at the Sharlot Hall Museum.

Saturday, January 31st, 2009
Concert Defining Folk Music
BLUE ROSE THEATER
415 WEST GURLEY
PRESCOTT, AZ
928 445 3122
http://WWW.SHARLOT.ORG
Price: $12$/14$
Tony Norris performs in concert at the Blue Rose Theater at 2 and 7:30 PM. Concert tickets are $12/Members and $14/General Public and available at the Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 West Gurley Street, Prescott. Please call 445-3122 for information.


Sunday, December 21st, 2008
TWISTED OLDTIME
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
ELENA GONZALES AND KATIE CARR JOIN TONY FOR OLDTIME WITH A NEW TWIST. ASK FOR "CARLA'S GOT A COOL TATTOO".
Saturday, December 20th, 2008
SANTA CLAUSE !!!!
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
SANTA VISITS BOOKMANS FOR PHOTOS WITH GOOD BOYS AND GIRLS.....ALL AGES WELCOME
Wednesday, December 17th, 2008
NARFE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY
THE ELKS LODGE
PRIVATE CHRISTMAS PARTY
Sunday, December 14th, 2008
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
EPIPHANY EPISCOPAL CHURCH
423 NORTH BEAVER
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
928 774 2911
Program of Christmas songs and stories for Episcopal Youth
Saturday, December 13th, 2008
Here Comes Santa Claus!
Az Schools for the Blind and for the Deaf
1000 E. Butler Ave., Suite 115
Flagstaff, Az 86001
928-774-0655
http://www.asdb.state.az.us/phxnorth/ncr/home.html
Santa presents a program for the families.
Saturday, December 13th, 2008
Santa raises$$ for Heifer International
Grandon Gallery
20 North Leroux
Flagstaff, Az 86001
928 380 4915
From 4-6pm Santa will be available for photos. 10$ for a professional photo with Santa and proceeds benefit Heifer International
Wednesday, December 10th, 2008
Visit from Santa
FOREST HIghlands Club House
Flagstaff, az
Santa visits with the children at the Forest Highlands Country Club
Sunday, December 7th, 2008
A Visit From St Nick
St Marks Episcopal Church
Prescott, Az
602 363 2261
St Nick visits the congragation of St Marks Episcopla Church
Friday, December 5th, 2008
BILL BURKE AND TONY NORRIS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
SWEET ACOUSTIC SONGS ON BANJO ,MANDOLIN AND GUITAR
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008
First Wednesday Vintage Series
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Come on down for a nice glass of wine and an evening of music with Tony and guests
Sunday, November 30th, 2008
OLDTIME WITH A TWIST
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
TONY IS JOINED BY BOYCE McCLUNG-GUITAR AND BANJO, ELENA GONZALES-FIDDLE AND KATIE CARR VOCALS FOR SOME OLDTIME TUNES WITH A FOOT TAPPING TWIST
Saturday, November 22nd, 2008
WESTERN MUSIC AND STORIES
ARIZONA FOLKLORE PRESERVE
P.O. Box 235
Sierra Vista,, AZ 85636
(520)378-6166
http://www.arizonafolklore.com/
NOV 22 AND 23 PERFORMANCES
Saturday, November 15th, 2008
Winterfair
Pine Forest School
I play 2-3pm for the Winterfair
Thursday, November 13th, 2008
A Visit From Santa!
Az Schools and Blind for the Deaf
1000 E. Butler Ave., Suite 115
Flagstaff, Az 86001
928-774-0655
http://www.asdb.state.az.us/phxnorth/ncr/home.html
928)774-0655 V/TTY
(928)773-9229 FAX

Sunday, November 9th, 2008
POSSUM OPRY
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2300 N FT VALLEY RD
FLAGSTAFF
928 779 2300
www.culturalpartners.org
Price: $FREE
PART OF STORIES TO LIFE SERIES--A CELEBRATION OF APPALACHIAN CULTURE FOOD AND MUSIC WITH AUTHOR ROSE HOUK TONY AND BILL BURKE PLAYING APPALACHIAN TUNES
Friday, November 7th, 2008
OLDTIME TUNES WITH BILL BURKE
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
BANJO MANDOLIN AND GUITAR AND APPALACHIAN SONGS
Sunday, November 2nd, 2008
25th Year!: NAU Elderhostel's Anniversary
NORTHERN AZ UNIVERSITY
www.nau.edu/elderhostel
TONY HAS BEEN A PERFORMER FOR NAU ELDERHOSTLE FOR ALMOST 20 YEARS. HE PERFORMS TO HELP CELEBRATE THEIR 25TH ANNNIVERSSARY
Friday, October 31st, 2008
HALLOWEEN STORIES
SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH
Friday, October 31st, 2008
SCARY STORIES FOR PINE FOREST 3RD GRADERS
PRIVATE PARTY
Sunday, October 12th, 2008
SOUTH IN YOUR MOUTH
EPIPHANY EPISCOPAL CHURCH
423 NORTH BEAVER
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
928 774 2911
A Southern Feast for All
10/04/08
"Put Some South in Your Mouth" Sunday evening, Oct. 12 at 5 p.m. Many people have volunteered to make their special dishes, some old-time Southern recipes that make your mouth water. Our favorite singer/story teller, Tony Norris, returns. We will also be singing many favorite gospel songs & songs from the past. Child care & games provided! Tickets are $10/person or $25/family. Buy tickets 774-2911
Saturday, October 11th, 2008
AUTUMN IN THE ASPENS
THE FLAGSTAFF NORDIC CENTER
Route 4 Hwy 180, Mile Marker 232
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
http://www.flagstaffnordiccenter.com/calendar.php
Price: $5
TONY AND THE SPRINGFED BAND PLAY FROM 12-3PM FOR THE AUTUMN IN THE ASPENS FESTIVAL---Pack up the family and come join the Flagstaff Nordic Center for our third annual "Autumn in the Aspens" Fall Festival. Enjoy activities such as hay rides, a straw bale maze, crafts, bouncy houses, a pumpkin patch, and scavenger hikes in the crisp autumn air. Fun for the entire family! There will be hot food prepared by Frank's Catering (formerly Our Daily Bread Deli) and a beer garden sponsored by the Lions Club. The cost is $5 per person.

Saturday, October 4th, 2008
FOLK TUNES
SHARLOT HALL FOLK FESTIVAL
415 GURLEY
PRESCOTT, AZ
PRESCOTT FOLK FEST
Sunday, September 28th, 2008
OLDTIME MUSIC WITH BILL BURKE
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Sunday, September 21st, 2008
OLDTIME MUSIC AT BOOKMANS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Monday, September 15th, 2008
Songs and Stories of Early Arizona
RAIL ROAD INN
WILLIAMS, AZ
TONY ENTERTAINS ELDERHOSTLE GROUP
Saturday, September 13th, 2008
PICKIN IN THE PINES BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
PINE MTN AMPHITHEATER
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF
(928)525-1695
http://www.pickininthepines.org
TONY'S BAND THE SPRINGFED BAND PLAYS AT 10AM ON SATURDAY. SEE DETAILS AT www.pickininthepines.org AND http://www.myspace.com/pickininthepines TONY EMCEES SUNDAY FROM 10-1PM
Sunday, August 31st, 2008
MAIN STAGE
COCONINO COUNTY FAIR
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004
CULTURE STAGE
Sunday, August 31st, 2008
KIDS SHOW
COCONINO COUNTY FAIR
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004
KIDS VARIETY STAGE
Friday, August 29th, 2008
MAIN STAGE
COCONINO COUNTY FAIR
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004
CULTURE STAGE
Friday, August 29th, 2008
KIDS SHOW
COCONINO COUNTY FAIR
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004
KIDS VARIETY STAGE
Wednesday, August 27th, 2008
STORIES OF THE OLD WEST
OAK CREEK COUNTRY CLUB
VILLAGE OF OAK CREEK
Saturday, August 23rd, 2008
OLDTIME TUNES WITH BILL BURKE AND DR HENRY POORE
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Friday, August 22nd, 2008
OLD TIME FAVORITES W/BILL BURKE
LOYALTON SENIOR HOME
FLAGSTAFF
Sunday, August 17th, 2008
OLDTIME MUSIC WITH BILL BURKE
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
SID HAUSMAN SPECIAL GUEST
Saturday, August 16th, 2008
Fundraiser Soiree
The Arboretum
Tony plays music for annual fundraiser
Wednesday, August 6th, 2008
FIRST WED VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
HENRY POORE AND BILL BURKE ARE GUESTS
Saturday, August 2nd, 2008
Storytime for Children
GRAND CANYON VILLAGE PUBLIC LIBRARY
GC VILLAGE
GRAND CANYON PARK, AZ
928 638 2718
Price: $FREE
Wednesday, July 30th, 2008
FAMILY CAMPFIRE
FORREST HIGHLANDS
PRIVATE CAMPFIRE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Monday, July 14th, 2008
THE QUILTS OF GEES BEND
BLACK BOX THEATER
NAU PROCHNOW
FLAGSTAFF
Live music by Tony Norris and Bill Burke
Canyon Movement Company's presents
dance inspired by:

The Quilts of Gee's Bend

Inspired by the beautiful, artistic quilts of Gee's Bend, Alabama,
Canyon Movement Company has created dances reflecting the time and
place represented by those quilts. Experience the story of the women
who live there and how they survived the oppression, poverty and
difficulties of the time.

Sunday, July 6th, 2008
OLD TIME MUSIC
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
Storytime for Children
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
entertainment for the we ones
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
First Wednesday Vintage Series
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $no cover
Sunday, June 29th, 2008
BURKE COON & NORRIS
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
FT VALLEY RD
FLAGSTAFF
http://www.ffotm.net/folkfest/
Price: $5
Tony performs with Burke and Coon on main stage 2:40-3:25 and solo in gallery 4:15-4:55. Over 100 are musicians participate in this fine acoustic event!
Saturday, June 28th, 2008
FLAGSTAFF FOLK FESTIVAL
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
FT VALLEY RD
FLAGSTAFF
http://www.ffotm.net/folkfest/
Price: $DONATION
TWO DAYS OF GREAT AZ FOLK PERFORMANCES. DETAILS TBA
Sunday, June 22nd, 2008
THE SPRINGFED BAND
FLAGSTAFF MUSIC FESTIVAL
ON THE SQUARE
FLAGSTAFF
Price: $FREE
THE SPRINGFED BAND takes the stage for the Flagstaff Music Festival
Sunday, June 22nd, 2008
ADRIENNE YOUNG AND LITTLE SADIE
THE ORPHEUM
FLAGSTAFF
http://www.orpheumpresents.com/calendar/cal_popup.php?op=view&id=499
Price: $20
Bill Burke and Tony open for Adrienne Young and Little Sadie. doors open at 7pm
Wednesday, June 18th, 2008
KIDS STORYTIME
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
STORYTIME FOR LITTLE ONES
Sunday, June 15th, 2008
CHAVEZ RANCH BBQ
CHAVEZ RANCH
ST JOHNS
AZ
PRIVATE BBQ
Saturday, June 14th, 2008
TSUNAMI ON THE SQUARE
TSUNAMI ON THE SQUARE
ON THE SQUARE
PRESCOTT, AZ
928-445-5540
www.tsunamionthesquare.org
Price: $FREE
details tba. Tsunami on the Square is a free, all-ages, outdoor performing arts and culture festival in Prescott, Arizona. Our mission is to build community through the human tradition of live performance culture. Named for "the natural event least likely to occur in the high desert," Tsunami on the Square takes place annually on the third weekend in June, in Prescott's downtown Courthouse Plaza. The Festival is now in its tenth year. Dates for 2008 are June 14th and 15th.


Friday, June 13th, 2008
WATKINSON SCHOOL
GRAND CIRCLE FIELD SCHOOL LEES FERRY INN
THE KIVA LEES FERRY
LEES FERRY, AZ
http://www.grandcirclefieldschool.org/
TONY PRESENTS A PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS OF WATKINSONS SCHOOL
Wednesday, June 11th, 2008
STORY TIME
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
KIDS STORYTIME
Friday, June 6th, 2008
THE KIVA
LEES FERRY LODGE
LEES FERRY
AZ
Price: $Donation
Bill Burke and Tony present an evening of story and song
Saturday, May 31st, 2008
UTAH LAMB AND WOOL FESTIVAL
THANKSGIVING POINT
3003 North Thanksgiving Way
LEHIGH, UT 84043
(888) 672-6040
http://www.thanksgivingpoint.com/
I'll be doing SONGS AND TALES OF THE SHEEPCAMP and a childrens show on 5/30-31. Details TBA
Saturday, May 17th, 2008
ARIZONA FOLKLORE PRESERVE
ARIZONA FOLKLORE PRESERVE
P.O. Box 235
Sierra Vista,, AZ 85636
(520)378-6166
http://www.arizonafolklore.com/
I WILL BE AT THE FOLKLORE PRESERVE TO PERFORM 5/17 AND 18
Wednesday, May 7th, 2008
FIRST WED VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Saturday, April 26th, 2008
WRITING ON WATER : Human Nature Dance
The Orpheum Theater
15 W Aspen Ave
Flagstaff, az 86001
(928) 556-1580
http://www.nazbookfest.com/
Price: $5
A featured event of The Northern Az Book Festival -- Tony and Bill Burke provide music for Human Nature Dance Troupe's WRITING ON WATER.
'Writing on Water' is a dynamic, collaborative performance using poetry, dance, photography and music. Human Nature Dance Theatre spent nearly a month last fall deep in Grand Canyon, making a film called 'DanceDownRiver.' This year for the BookFest, HNDT will bring dances, poems, and photographs from the Colorado River to the Orpheum Theatre
Saturday, April 26th, 2008
JOHN CASKEY ROAST
FORREST HIGHLANDS
I help roast my good friend John Caskey
Friday, April 25th, 2008
YOUNG AUTHORS WORKSHOP
Prochnow Auditorium
NAU Campus
http://www.nazbookfest.com/
As a featured author in the Northern Az Bookfestival Tony works with children in areas of writing and music from 9:45 till 1:30pm.
Friday, April 25th, 2008
Featured Artist Northern Az Book Festival
The Orpheum Theater
15 W Aspen Ave
Flagstaff, az 86001
(928) 556-1580
http://www.nazbookfest.com/
Tony Participates in panel discussion on Literature of the West.
www.orpheumpresents.com
Saturday, April 19th, 2008
KIDS PROGRAM
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
Tony tells stories to the wee ones.
Tuesday, April 15th, 2008
STORIES WE TELL OTHERS--STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES
NORTHERN AZ UNIVERSITY
FLAGSTAFF
Workshop with Stan Clark for NAU employees
Sunday, April 13th, 2008
Mary Sojourner Benefit
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Tony emcees a celebration for noted author Mary Sojourner.
Saturday, April 5th, 2008
Young Authors Conference in St. Johns, AZ.
ST JOHNS MIDDLE SCHOOL
St Johns, Az
928-337-4308
This year the WHITE MOUNTAIN READING COUNCIL is holding it´s 5TH ANNUAL Young Authors Conference in St. Johns, AZ. We are an affiliate of the AZ Reading Assoc. and the International Reading Assoc. Tony is a featured writer/artist
Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Ways Of The West
INN AT NAU
NAU CAMPUS
FLAGSTAFF
Elderhostel Group
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008
FIRST WED VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $free
DR HENRY POORE RETURNS FROM HIS TRAVELS AND DOES STORIES AND SONGS OF OLD APPALACHIA WITH TONY
Thursday, March 27th, 2008
Campfire Stories
Friendly Pines Camp
Prescott
Private campfire program for students of Khalsa Montessori School of Phoenix
Sunday, March 16th, 2008
4th ANNUAL SAN FELIPE FOLK FESTIVAL
TBA
San Felipe, Baja California
It's time for the 4th annual San Felipe Folk Festival. A week of jamming on the beach-eating jumbo shrimp and drinking refreshing beverages culminating in a benefit performance on 3/22
Wednesday, March 5th, 2008
FIRST WED VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $no cover
THE SPRINGFED BAND IS BACK! OLDTIME APPALACHIAN AND CELTIC STRINGBAND MUSIC.
Saturday, March 1st, 2008
ORIGINAL TUNES W/STAN CLARK
MACYS
Price: $FREE
I will be Stan Clark's guest at Macys for an evening of original songs
Monday, February 25th, 2008
NEVADA READING WEEK
CLARK CO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
LAS VEGAS ,NEV
I perform 2/25-27 at various Las Vegas elementary and middle schools
Friday, February 22nd, 2008
14th annual Cowboy Campfire
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
Price: $12 and $15
Join Tony Norris, Bill Vernieu and special guest Warren Miller as they gather for the 14th annual COWBOY
CAMPFIRE. This event for all ages has become one of the best attended and most celebrated shows of the month long Flagstaff Winterfest. Tony Norris is a veteran of the cowboy music and poetry festivals. He has appeared on the stages of the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada, The Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium in Ruidoso, New Mexico and The Arizona Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Prescott, Arizona. His rich tenor voice, big Martin guitar and savvy singing of old time and contempory Western songs and his warm, funny stories of the West make him a much sought after performer. Bill Vernieu's
versatility on mandolin and guitar and encyclopedic knowledge of cowboy songs never fails to delight
audiences. Special guest Warren Miller was a founder of the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering and director of the Arizona Cowboy Poetry gathering for 20 years. He's the editor of CATTLE, HORSES, SKY AND GRASS: An Anthology of 20th Century Cowboy Poetry. He is a recognized authority
on the folklore of the cowboy and an excellent musician, singer and reciter of cowboy poetry. Limited seating
available.
Sunday, February 17th, 2008
OLD TIME WITH THE GRAYBEARDS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
Bill Burke and I walk the backroads of Appalachia with banjo, mandolin and guitar in hand. Bring a pie and watch Bill smile.
Saturday, February 16th, 2008
THE WEST OF THE STORY
BLUE ROSE THEATER
415 WEST GURLEY
PRESCOTT, AZ
928 445 3122
http://WWW.SHARLOT.ORG
Price: $8$ AND 10$
It's a program about the characters and events of old Arizona told in song and story. Megan Buchanan is my special guest. Shows at 2 and 7:30
Friday, February 15th, 2008
Tony and Elena Gonzales
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
Elena is an award winning violinist who is making the speed of light jump to playing folk and oldtime fiddle. Join us for fun 4-6pm
Friday, February 15th, 2008
THE FLAG FOLK PROJECT
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP
510 NORTH LEROUX
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
http://WWW.FLAGFOLKPROJECT.ORG
Price: $DONATION
I will be the featured performer for this new coffee house with Bill Burke covering my back on banjo and mandolin. Open mike at 7 and I play at 8:30
Friday, February 1st, 2008
16th Annual Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering
Buena Performing Arts Center
Sierra Vista, Az 85636
520 249 2511,520 458 2262
http://www.cowboypoets.com
Tony performs at the 16th Annual Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering. Theme this year is "Horses and Cattle – The Cowboy´s Life." See online calendar for times of performance.
Sunday, January 20th, 2008
OLDTIME MUSIC AT BOOKMANS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
TONY AND BILL BURKE KICK IT OLD SCHOOL APPALACHIAN 2-4 PM
Friday, January 18th, 2008
THE SPRINGFED BAND AND DSQUARED
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
2300 N Fort Valley Rd
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
(928) 779-2300
www.culturalpartners.org
THE SPRINGFED BAND FEATURING TONY, BILL BURKE, MEGAN BUCHANAN AND ELENA GONZALES ARE JOINED BY FRED COON TO KICK OFF FLAGSTAFF CULTURAL PARTNERS' CONCERT SERIES. DSQUARED WILL ALSO BE FEATURED.
Friday, January 11th, 2008
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
TONY IS JOINED BY FIDDLER ELENA GONZALES FOR TWO HOUR OF FOLK, OLDTIME AND ORIGINAL MUSIC
Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008
FIRST WED VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
GUESTS BILL BURKE, MEGAN BUCHANAN AND CHUCK CHEESMAN
Wednesday, December 19th, 2007
VISIT FROM SANTA
LITTLE ROPERS DAY CARE
Sunday, December 16th, 2007
OLDTIME MUSIC WITH BILL BURKE
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Saturday, December 15th, 2007
PRIVATE CHRISTMAS PARTY
Thursday, December 6th, 2007
AFTER SCHOOL STORIES
PINE FOREST WALDORF SCHOOL
Friday, November 16th, 2007
BEST OF THE WEST STORYTELLERS
GRAND CIRCLE FIELD SCHOOL LEES FERRY INN
7728 Cedar Canyon Court NE
Albuquerque,, NM 87122
505-797-8540
http://www.grandcirclefieldschool.org/
November 16-19 Tony is joined at Lees Ferry Lodge by Scott Thybony[http://www.scott-thybony.com/] and Brad Dimmock [http://www.fretwater.com/ ]to create:BEST OF THE WEST STORYTELLERS
"The Lees Ferry Liars' Club"

Scott Thybony~ Anthropologist by education and writer by profession, Scott's writings and stories demonstrate his extensive knowledge of this dramatic land.
Brad Dimock~Grand Canyon River guide for over 30 years, Brad is an accomplished naturalist and a master storyteller whose work has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies.
Friday, October 19th, 2007
BURKE COON AND NORRIS
Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Hall
882 Sunset Drive
Prescott, off Whipple, behind True Value Hardware, AZ
9287781213
http://www.folksessions.com/wordpress/
Price: $10
BURKE COON AND NORRIS PLAY OLDTIME AND TELL STORIES OF APPALACHIA AND SHARE THE STAGE WITH CALIF SINGER/SONGWRITER JEFF HURLEY
Friday, October 12th, 2007
SENIOR STORYTIME WITH THE BOOKMOBILE
LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR HOMES
FLAGSTAFF
Price: $FREE
THE FLAGSTAFF PUBLIC LIBRARY CELEBRATES THEIR NEW BOOKMOBILE WITH A PERFORMANCE SERIES AT LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR CENTERS. PUBLIC WELCOME
Saturday, October 6th, 2007
SHARLOY HALL FOLK FESTIVAL
SHARLOT HALL MUSEUM
415 West Gurley Street
Prescott, AZ 86301
928.445.3122
http://www.sharlot.org/events/folkmusicfestival/
Price: $DONATION
TONY APPEARS SOLO AND WITH THE SPRINGFED BAND AND BURKE COON AND NORRIS AT ARIZONA'S PREMIER FOLK FEST 10-5 SAT AND SUNDAY
Thursday, October 4th, 2007
Around The campfire
Pine Forest School Campout
o'Leary Group Camp Sunset Crater Park
Flagstaff
Tall Tales and ghost stories around the campfire
Saturday, September 29th, 2007
Kid's Show!
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
Stories and songs for kids of all ages
Sunday, September 23rd, 2007
SOUTH IN YOUR MOUTH
EPIPHANY EPISCOPAL CHURCH
423 NORTH BEAVER
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
928 774 2911
Price: $FREE TO PUBLIC
TONY ENTERTAINS AT A CELEBRATION OF SOUTHERN FOOD AND CULTURE
Friday, September 14th, 2007
SENIOR STORYTIME WITH THE BOOKMOBILE
LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR HOMES
FLAGSTAFF
Price: $FREE
THE FLAGSTAFF PUBLIC LIBRARY CELEBRATES THEIR NEW BOOKMOBILE WITH A PERFORMANCE SERIES AT LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR CENTERS. PUBLIC WELCOME
Friday, September 14th, 2007
PICKIN' IN THE PINES BLUEGRASS AND ACOUSTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL
Pine Mountain Amphitheater / Coconino County Fairgrounds
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
http://www.pickinginthepines.com/
Tony emcees at the second PICKIN" IN THE PINES BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
Friday, September 7th, 2007
Going Out West
Blue River School
Price: $Free
Tony is joined by Ken Ralston for an evening of entertainment for the kids and families in Blue River, Az
Wednesday, September 5th, 2007
The Springfed band
THE WINELOFT
NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $never a cover!
The Springfed Band joins Tony for oldtime and Irish music 8-11
Saturday, September 1st, 2007
A FAMILY CAMPFIRE
FOREST HIghlands Club House
PRIVATE FAMILY CAMPFIRE
Friday, August 31st, 2007
WAY OUT WEST: COWBOY SONGS AND STORIES
COCONINO COUNTY FAIR
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004
Price: $FREE W/FAIR ENTRANCE FEE
FOR THE FOURTH YEAR IN A ROW TONY IS FEATURED AT THE COCONINO COUNTY FAIR
Saturday, August 25th, 2007
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Tony's monthly program for kids of all ages
Saturday, August 25th, 2007
OLDTIME WAYS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Tony and Bill Burke do it right! Oldtime and Appalachian music on Banjo ,Mandolin and guitar
Saturday, August 18th, 2007
Denver Gig
THE IRISH ROVER
54 South Broadway
Denver, Colo
303 282 4693
Tony plays 9-12 at The Irish Rover Pub. Tell yer Ma, tell yer Pa....
Sunday, August 12th, 2007
The view from Spencerísí Trail
GRAND CIRCLE FIELD SCHOOL LEES FERRY INN
7728 Cedar Canyon Court NE
Albuquerque,, NM 87122
505-797-8540
http://www.grandcirclefieldschool.org/
Outdoor classes, hikes and lectures at Lees Ferry, Az with The Grand Circle Field School. Camfire sing-a-longs
Friday, August 10th, 2007
SENIOR STORYTIME WITH THE BOOKMOBILE
LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR HOMES
FLAGSTAFF
Price: $FREE
THE FLAGSTAFF PUBLIC LIBRARY CELEBRATES THEIR NEW BOOKMOBILE WITH A PERFORMANCE SERIES AT LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR CENTERS. PUBLIC WELCOME
Friday, August 3rd, 2007
High Country Writers: A Reading
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
324 W Birch Ave
FLAGSTAFF, Az 86001
774-9025
Price: $free
On August 3, I'll be joining Darcy Falk , Kate Watters and Michael Wolcott at Fire on the Mountain Gallery. We've all been writing and/or singing buddies at one time or another. Our performance will showcase our voices – literary and vocal – and there's goodness to be had in both. Fire on the Mountain (774-9025) is located at 324 W Birch Ave. in downtown Flagstaff, across from the public library. George Averbeck, the owner, is a glass artist, and certified Flagstaff character. Sure to be a fun evening, so stop by if you're in town
Thursday, August 2nd, 2007
Three Generations in The West
La Quinta
2015 S Beaula Blvd
Flagstaff, Az
Grandparents and grandchildren gather to hear Tony's stories and songs of The West. NAU ELDERHOSTLE
Thursday, July 26th, 2007
CONFERENCE OF ARIZONA BUILDING OFFICIALS
THE KILTED CAT
2640 KILTIE LANE
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
928 779 7631 #4870
TONY ENTRTAINS AT THE 2007 AZBO CONFERENCE WITH SONGS AND STORIES OF THE WEST
Thursday, July 19th, 2007
INTERGENERATIONAL SONGS AND STORIES
NAU ELDERHOSTEL
MT VIEW DORM, NAU CAMPUS
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
SPECIAL SONGS AND STORIES FOR GRANDPARENTS AND GRANDCHILDREN
Wednesday, July 18th, 2007
Storytime for Children
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
Friday, July 13th, 2007
SENIOR STORYTIME WITH THE BOOKMOBILE
LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR HOMES
FLAGSTAFF
THE FLAGSTAFF PUBLIC LIBRARY CELEBRATES THEIR NEW BOOKMOBILE WITH A PERFORMANCE SERIES AT LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR CENTERS. PUBLIC WELCOME
Thursday, July 12th, 2007
APS/The Rural Policy Forum at NAU
THE KILTED CAT
Flagstaff, Az
Tony entertains policy makers and Governor Napolitano at Rural Policy Forum
Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007
WILD WEST STORIES AND SONGS
BUILDING 31 YAVAPAI COLLEGE
PRESCOTT
AN EVENING OF WESTERN ENTERTAINMENT FOR YAVAPAI COLLEGE ELDERHOSTLE
Saturday, June 30th, 2007
KIDS PROGRAM
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
CHILDRENS SONGS AND STORIES FOR ONE HOUR
Thursday, June 28th, 2007
Three Generations in The West
La Quinta
2015 S Beaula Blvd
Flagstaff, Az
Grandparents and grandchildren gather to hear Tony's stories and songs of The West
Sunday, June 24th, 2007
OLDTIME TUNES WITH BILL BURKE
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
BOOKMAN'S HAS LIVE MUSIC AGAIN! JOIN BILL AND TONY FOR OLDTIME AND APPALACHIAN MUSIC.
Saturday, June 23rd, 2007
SUMMER READING SERIES
GRAND CANYON VILLAGE PUBLIC LIBRARY
GRAND CANYON VILLAGE
AZ
MYSTERIES in STORIES AND SONGS
FOR ALL AGES
Thursday, June 21st, 2007
Three Generations In The West
La Quinta
2015 S Beaula Blvd
Flagstaff, Az
Grandparents and grandchildren gather to hear Tony's stories and songs of The West
Monday, June 18th, 2007
FUNDRAISER FOR NORTHERN AZ BOOKFEST
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
http://www.nazbookfestival.org/home.htm
Price: $DONATION
JOIN TONY AT THE WINELOFT FOR TRHIS BOOKFEST FUNDRAISER
Sunday, June 17th, 2007
FLAGSTAFF FRIENDS OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC 6TH FOLKFESTIVAL
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
FT VALLEY RD
FLAGSTAFF
http://www.ffotm.net/folkfest/
Price: $3$ DONATION
TONY PERFORMS AT THE 6TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL. ON SUNDAY 6/17 INSIDE THE ART BARN AT 12:00, KIDS SHOW IN GALLERY AT 12:50, WITH COON AND BURKE AT 2:40 AND WITH THE SPRINGFED BAND AT 4:50.
Thursday, June 14th, 2007
Three Generations in The West
La Quinta
2015 S Beaula Blvd
Flagstaff, Az
Tony presents an intergenerational program for NAU ELDERHOSTLE
Friday, June 8th, 2007
SENIOR STORYTIME WITH THE BOOKMOBILE
LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR HOMES
FLAGSTAFF
Price: $FREE
THE FLAGSTAFF PUBLIC LIBRARY CELEBRATES THEIR NEW BOOKMOBILE WITH A PERFORMANCE SERIES AT LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR CENTERS. PUBLIC WELCOME
Friday, June 1st, 2007
ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
TONY AND THE CREW OF FLAGNEWS@NOON CELEBRATE ONE YEAR OF WEBCASTING. STOP BY AND JOIN US!
Friday, May 25th, 2007
The Lamb and Wool Festival
THANKSGIVING POINT
3003 North Thanksgiving Way
LEHIGH, UT 84043
(888) 672-6040
http://www.thanksgivingpoint.com/
HAL CANNON OF THE WESTERN FOLKLIFE CENTER TEAMS UP WITH TONY AGAIN TO DO A PROGRAM OF THE SONGS AND STORIES OF THE SHEEPCAMP
Wednesday, May 16th, 2007
YOUNG AUTHORS WORKSHOP
CORONADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
ST JOHNS, AZ
A WRITING WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN AT CORONADO SCHOOL
Wednesday, May 16th, 2007
YOUNG AUTHORS WORKSHOP
ST JOHNS MIDDLE SCHOOL
MORE WRITING WORKSHOPS FOR THE KIDDIES
Saturday, May 12th, 2007
SUMMITT FIRE GRAND OPENING STATION #31
SUMMITT FIRE STATION #31
COSNINO AND TOWSEND-WINONA ROADS
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004
928 526 9537
Price: $FREE TO PUBLIC
SUMMITT FIRE DEPARTMENT CELEBRATES THE GRAND OPENING FOR FIRE STATION #31 AND TONY PERFORMS 12-2PM
Friday, May 11th, 2007
STORYTELLING WITH THE BOOKMOBILE
LOYALTON, PEAKS AND INFINIA SENIOR HOMES
FLAGSTAFF
ON EACH SECOND FRIDAY OF THE MONTH TONY TRAVELS WITH THE FLAG PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOKMOBILE TO ALL THE SENIOR HOMES IN FLAGSTAFF TO TELL STORIES TO THE RESIDENTS. PUBLIC WELCOME
Friday, May 11th, 2007
OLDTIME MUSIC WITH BILL BURKE
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE
BOOKMAN'S HAS LIVE MUSIC AGAIN! JOIN BILL AND TONY FOR OLDTIME AND APPALACHIAN MUSIC.
Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007
THE SPRINGFED BAND
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $FREE
TONY IS JOINED BY BILL BURKE AND MEGAN BUCHANNAN TO PLAY AS THE SPRINGFED BAND. OLD TIME, APPALACHIAN AND IRISH MUSIC
Saturday, April 28th, 2007
STORIES AND SONGS FOR KIDS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
STORIES AND SONGS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Friday, April 20th, 2007
TONY IS YOUR HOST FOR FLAG NEWS @ NOON
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.
Sunday, April 15th, 2007
NORTHERN AZ BOOKFESTIVAL
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
http://www.nazbookfestival.org/home.htm
TONY, BILL BURKE AND DR HENRY POORE HOLD FORTH WITH SONGS AND STORIES OF APPALACHIA. DR POORE'S NEW BOOK WILL BE AVAILABLE. A NORTHERN ARIZONA BOOKFESTIVAL EVENT
Friday, April 13th, 2007
TONY IS YOUR HOST FOR FLAG NEWS @ NOON
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.
Friday, April 13th, 2007
ASSOCIATED SCHOOLS OF CONSTRUCTION 43RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
MASWIK LODGE
Northern Arizona University
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, AZ
http://home.nau.edu/cens/cm/asc/gcsunset.asp
TONY ENTERTAINS AT NORTHERN ARIZONA'S ASSOCIATED SCHOOLS OF CONSTRUCTION 43RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AWARDS BANQUET AT THE GRAND CANYON
Friday, April 6th, 2007
TONY IS YOUR HOST FOR FLAG NEWS @ NOON
Weatherford Hotel
23 North Leroux St,
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
928-526-6684 or 928 525 3001
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.
Thursday, April 5th, 2007
NAU ELDERHOSTEL
INN AT NAU
NAU CAMPUS
FLAGSTAFF
SONGS AND STORIES OF ARIZONA COWBOYS
Wednesday, April 4th, 2007
First Wednesday Vintage Series
THE WINELOFT
NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Saturday, March 31st, 2007
KIDS STORYTIME
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Friday, March 30th, 2007
TONY IS YOUR HOST FOR FLAG NEWS @ NOON
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.

Saturday, March 24th, 2007
Third Annual San Felipe, Mexico Folk Festival
COBACH PERFORMANCE CENTER
SAN FELIPE, BAJA CAL
MEXICO
cHECK OUT THE 3rd Annual San Felipe, Mexico Folk Festival. There will be jamming, eating shrimp, and swimming, kayaking, whittling and getting ready for the big concert on Saturday the 24th at the Cobach Performance Center. Our audience has doubled each year as word of the event has spread. The proceeds of the concert benefit the San Felipe High School. San Felipe is 130 miles South of Yuma. No passport is required to travel there.
Friday, March 16th, 2007
TONY IS YOUR HOST FOR FLAG NEWS @ NOON
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.
Thursday, March 15th, 2007
NAU ELDERHOSTEL
INN AT NAU
NAU CAMPUS
FLAGSTAFF
A PROGRAM OF WESTERN SONGS AND STORIES FOR NAU ELDERHOSTEL
Saturday, March 10th, 2007
BADLY BENT
THE ORPHEUM
FLAGSTAFF
Tony hosts bluegrass faves BADLY BENT in concert
Friday, March 9th, 2007
TONY IS YOUR HOST FOR FLAG NEWS @ NOON
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.
Wednesday, March 7th, 2007
First Wednesday Vintage Series
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
TONY AND GUESTS BRING ACOUSTIC MUSIC TO THE WINELOFT
Friday, March 2nd, 2007
TONY IS YOUR HOST FOR FLAG NEWS @ NOON
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.
Wednesday, February 28th, 2007
NEVADA READING WEEK
PAUL CULLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
NORTH LAS VEGAS, NEV
STORIES AND SONGS FOR NEVADA READING WEEK
Tuesday, February 27th, 2007
NEVADA READING WEEK
BARTLETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
LAS VEGAS, NEV
STORIES AND SONGS FOR NEVADA READING WEEK
Tuesday, February 27th, 2007
NEVADA READING WEEK
SQUIRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
HENDERSON, NEV
STORIES AND SONGS FOR NEVADA READING WEEK
Saturday, February 24th, 2007
stories for kids
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $free
Friday, February 23rd, 2007
INTERCULTURAL STORIES AND SONGS
PUENTE BI LINGUAL ELEMENTARY
FLAGSTAFF
MULTI-CULTURAL STORIES AND SONGS FOR CHILDREN
Wednesday, February 21st, 2007
KIDS STUFF
LITTLE ROPERS DAY CARE
STORIES AND SONGS WITH LITTLE ROPERS KIDS
Saturday, February 17th, 2007
13th Annual Cowboy Campfire
Weatherford Hotel
23 North Leroux St,
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
928-526-6684 or 928 525 3001
Price: $12$ and 15$
Join Tony Norris, Bill Vernieu and special guest Warren Miller as they gather for the 13th annual COWBOY
CAMPFIRE. This event for all ages has become one of the best attended and most celebrated shows of the month long Flagstaff Winterfest. Tony Norris is a veteran of the cowboy music and poetry festivals. He has appeared on the stages of the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada, The Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium in Ruidoso, New Mexico and The Arizona Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Prescott, Arizona. His rich tenor voice, big Martin guitar and savvy singing of old time and contempory Western songs and his warm, funny stories of the West make him a much sought after performer. Bill Vernieu\'s
versatility on mandolin and guitar and encyclopedic knowledge of cowboy songs never fails to delight
audiences. Special guest Warren Miller was a founder of the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering and produced the Arizona Cowboy Poetry gathering for 20 years. He's the editor of CATTLE, HORSES, SKY AND GRASS: An Anthology of 20th Century Cowboy Poetry. He is a recognized authority
on the folklore of the cowboy and an excellent musician, singer and reciter of cowboy poetry. Limited seating
available.
Friday, February 16th, 2007
FLAG NEWS @ NOON
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.
Friday, February 9th, 2007
FLAG NEWS @ NOON
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
23 North Leroux St
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
526 6684
http://flgnews.com/
Price: $free
Featuring news, sports, weather and interviews with local celebrities, this lo-fi "good news" presentation promises to deliver on the good things that happen in our little Route 66 town ~ for Flagstaff, and the FLG-curious world. This is a local effort to democratize news gathering and presentation in the internet age; locally created infotainment, yes? A hybrid of the 1970's community television experience, Ed Sullivan & Prairie Home Companion & Oprah meet the locals of our one-of-a-kind town.
Old West and Anasazi meet I-pods and Frisbee golfers.. uranium wildcatters and keyboards jockeys, rodeo news and skateboard clips, tattoo parlors and aspen groves, the Rez-Arts, and the challenges we face keeping gardens happy with 20" of rain a year at a mile and a half up; news which celebrates the quality and vitality of Flagstaff culture. All archived for viewing at your convenience. So, if you happen to be downtown on Friday, looking for a great place to have lunch, come watch us make the show, live.
Wednesday, February 7th, 2007
First Wednesday Vintage Series
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $no cover
Dr John Caskey, Sue Billingsly and Bill Burke join Tony for an evening of acoustic folk and Appalachian music
Friday, February 2nd, 2007
COCHISE CO COWBOY POETRY AND MUSIC GATHERING
Buena Performing Arts Center
Sierra Vista, Az 85636
520 249 2511,520 458 2262
http://www.cowboypoets.com
Tony is featured Thursday 2/1/07 at Big Nose Kates Saloon in Tombstone, Carmichael Elementary School on Friday 2/2/07 and Saturday 2/3/07 at sessions in the Buena Performance Center
Thursday, January 25th, 2007
WORKSHOP ON THE USE OF SONGS TO COMMUNICATE VALUES AND LAW
Northern Az University/Coconino Community College
Tony presents workshops at NAU and CCC for the Media And Justice Dept in the historical use of folksongs to influence values and laws
Friday, December 8th, 2006
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
XY RANCH
FLAGSTAFF
TONY AND FRIENDS PLAY MUSIC FOR A PRIVATE EVENT
Tuesday, November 21st, 2006
PRIME TIME
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
FLAGSTAFF
Price: $FREE TO ONE AND ALL
PUBLIC PERFORMANCE FOR SENIORS
Sunday, November 5th, 2006
Jesse Anderson Benefit Concert
MOGOLLON BREWERY
15 NORTH AGASSIZ ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 774 9577
Price: DONATION
JESSE ANDERSON, FOLKY-PHENOM OF THE FLAGSTAFF MUSIC SCENE, BROKE HIS ANKLE BIG-TIME. HIS AFTER SURGERY OUT OF POCKET MEDICAL BILLS ARE TRULY SOBERING.JOIN HIS FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS AT MOGOLLON BREWING CO ON SUNDAY NOV 5TH FROM 5-9 FOR A BENEFIT CONCERT. JUST A FEW OF THE MUSICAL ACTS INCLUDE:
THE MARS HILLBILLIES
CLARENCE CLEARWATER
CALVIN KRISTOPHERSON
TONY NORRIS
BYRON AND JORDAN RIPLEY
AARON NORRIS
AND MANY MORE FINE PERFORMERS. IF YOU CAN'T ATTEND YOU CAN STILL SEND A DONATION TO: "JESSE'S BENEFIT"
IN CARE OF BYRON RIPLEY
1200 S Riordan Ranch St #49
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
BYRON HAS MORE INFO, HE'S AT
928 774 9577

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
THE HOLE IN THE GROUND COWBOY POETRY AND MUSIC FESTIVAL
THE GRANDE HOTEL
TUSYAN, AZ
TONY EMCEES AND PERFORMS AT COWBOY POETRY GATHERING
Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
GHOST STORIES
PRIVATE HALLOWEEN CAMPFIRE
FLAGSTAFF
TONY TELLS SCARY STORIES AROUND THE CAMPFIRE FOR A PRIVATE HALLOWEEN PARTY
Friday, October 27th, 2006
INDIAN SKIES AND COWBOY POETS
GRAND CIRCLE FIELD SCHOOL LEES FERRY INN
LEES FERRY, AZ
http://www.grandcirclefieldschool.org/
TONY NORRIS AND BRIAN BATES LECTURE AND ENTERTAIN IN THE AREAS OF SONGS AND STORIES OF THE PLATEAU AND ARCHEOASTRONOMY
Friday, October 13th, 2006
LINCOLN CO COWBOY SYMPOSIUM
RUIDOSO DOWNS RACETRACK
RUIDOSO, NM
FEATURED PERFORMER AT COWBOY POETRY AND MUSIC GATHERING AND HUBBARD MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN WEST
Wednesday, October 11th, 2006
THE WEST IN STORY AND SONG
TOMBAUGH ELEM SCHOOL
LAS CRUCES, NM
TONY PERFORMS WESTERN STUFF FOR THE CHILDREN AT TOMBAUGH SCHOOL
Monday, October 9th, 2006
COWBOY MUSIC AND POETRY
GRAND CANYON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
TUSYAN, AZ
TONY PERFORMS AND LECTURES ABOUT COWBOY MUSIC AND POETRY. SPONSORED BY THE HOLE IN THE GROUND COWBOY MUSIC AND POETRY GATHERING
Saturday, October 7th, 2006
28th Annual Folk Music Festival
SHARLOT HALL MUSEUM
415 West Gurley Street
Prescott, AZ 86301
928.445.3122
http://www.sharlot.org/events/folkmusicfestival/
Price: $FREE
TONY APPEARS AT 28TH ANNUAL FOLK FEST OCT 7&8TH
Fiddles and banjos, storytellers, dancers, songwriters, and a big Saturday night barn dance.
Sunday morning musical instrument swap meet. Over 150 performers; workshops on instrumental styles, song swaps, singer-songwriter sessions, theme jams, mini-concerts, sing-alongs, Sunday morning Country Gospel sing, teaching workshops, contra dancing, clogging, Flamenco dancing!
Friday, October 6th, 2006
FLAGNEWS@NOON VIDEO NETCAST: CHUCK CHEESEMAN MUSICIAN GUEST
Weatherford Hotel
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
http://www.flgnews.com
Price: $FREE AS THE RAIN
On Fridays at noon, Az time, I'll be your host for a video netcast presented by local folks with news, weather, sports, a palomino horse that plays the harmonica and live music in the studio. OK, I lied about the weather. You can tune into FLaGNEWS@NOON on the internet[http://www.flgnews.com [click on the watch tab]Archived shows are available.
It's an hour of news ,weather, music and interveiws --all with a Northland twist.This is live streaming video. We be living in the future!
If you're downtown in Flag stop by the Weatherford and be in our audience!

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006
DR HENRY POORE BOOKSIGNING AT FIRST WED VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
BOOK SIGNING WITH DR HENRY POORE
My guests are Dr Henry Poore and Bill Burke. Bill Burke has been my music pardner for over 20 years. He's known widely for the lively mandolins, guitars and banjos he hand makes and his peerless oldtime banjo playing. Through the years we've been lucky to have Dr Henry Poore join us from time to time. He's a rock solid guitarist and has a rich, deep voice that effectively delivers his vast repetoire of old mountain tunes. He's one of the finest natural storytellers I've ever known and he'll be telling some tales from his new book LESSONS REMEMBERED Memoirs of an Audacious Country Doctor. The book will be available and you can get him to sign a copy. Fun starts at 8 and there's no cover, fine wines and beers available. I know you can't all attend but you can visit his website www.docpoore.com and order online and you can even watch an interveiw I did with Henry on FLAGNEWS@NOON. Just go to
http://www.flgnews.com
and select "archives" You want the September 22 show. Click on the VIEW SHOW tab or WATCH SHOW .

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
STORIES FOR CHILDREN
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
Flagstaff,, AZ
Price: $FREE
Friday, September 15th, 2006
PICKIN' IN THE PINES BLUEGRASS AND ACOUSTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL
Pine Mountain Amphitheater / Coconino County Fairgrounds
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
http://www.pickinginthepines.com/
Price: $60$+ WEEKEND PASS
TONY IS EMCEE AND HOST FOR FLAGSTAFF FRIENDS OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC BLUEGRASS FEST SEPT 15-17.ACTS INCLUDE:
Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands
John Reischman & the Jaybirds
Dogboys [with Peter McLaughlin & Chris Brashear]
Burnett Family Bluegrass Band
Badly Bent [2005 Telluride band contest winners]
Sons & Brothers
ONSITE CAMPING IN FLAGSTAFFS BEAUTIFUL PINES! CHECK DETAILS AT http://www.pickinginthepines.com/
Tuesday, September 5th, 2006
STORIES OF THE OLD WEST
LITTLE AMERICA
FLAGSTAFF
Stories and music of the old West for SENIOR SUMMER PROGRAM
Sunday, September 3rd, 2006
BILL BURKE AND TONY NORRIS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
Flagstaff,, AZ
BILL AND TONY DO THAT APPALACHIAN ACOUSTIC THANG
Saturday, September 2nd, 2006
Cowboy Music and Poetry Gathering
COCONINO COUNTY FAIR
FT TUTHILL
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004
TONY HOSTS AND EMCEES THE THIRD COCONINO COUNTY FAIR COWBOY POETRY AND MUSIC GATHERING 5-9PM FEATURING PIONEER PEPPER AND MARSHAL TRIMBLE
Saturday, September 2nd, 2006
FAMILY CAMPFIRE-PRIVATE EVENT
FOREST HIghlands Club House
PRIVATE FAMILY CAMPFIRE PROGRAM
Saturday, August 26th, 2006
FFOTM JAM
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
1520 S. Riordan Ranch Rd.
Flagstaff,, AZ
928-774-0005
http://www.bookmans.com/ EVENTS BY STORE
Price: $FREE AS THE RAIN
TONY HOSTS THE LONGEST ONGOING ACOUSTIC MUSIC JAM IN FLAGSTAFF! ALL LEVELS, SINGERS AND TOE TAPPERS WELCOME. 3-5PM
Friday, August 18th, 2006
GRANITE PEAK FOLK SESSIONS
Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Hall
882 Sunset Drive
Prescott, off Whipple, behind True Value Hardware, AZ
http://www.folksessions.com/wordpress/
Price: $7.00
TONY HOSTS AN EVENING OF FINE COWBOY SINGERS IN TOWN FOR THE ARIZONA COWBOY POETRY GATHERING. ALSO FEATURED IS Jaime Michaels, a really wonderful
singer-songwriter from New Mexico
Friday, August 18th, 2006
ARIZONA COWBOY POETRY GATHERING
Sharlot Hall Museum
415 W GURLEY
Prescott, AZ
928 445 3122
Price: $FREE
INVITED MUSICIAN/STORYTELLER
DAY SESSIONS FREE TO PUBLIC
Wednesday, August 16th, 2006
Songs and Stories of Early Arizona
Foresight Learning Center
8245 N Kochfield Rd
Flagstaff, Az 86004
928 527 8337
Sunday, August 13th, 2006
TALES FOR SUMMERCAMP
PINE CANYON
JW POWELL RD
FLAGSTAFF
PRIVATE SHOW OF STORIES AND SONGS FOR CHILDRENS CAMP
Thursday, August 3rd, 2006
FIRST WEDNESDAY VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
BILL BURKE AND BYRON RIPLEY ARE TONY'S GUESTS FOR OLD TIME, APPALACHIAN AND WESTERN TUNES
Saturday, July 29th, 2006
NUTRIOSO BBQ DANCE
NUTRIOSO BBQ DANCE
NUTRIOSO
TONY AND THE ARROYO SECO RAMBLERS PLAY FOR THE ANNUAL NUTRIOSO BBQ DANCE. "BEST DAMN BBQ I'VE HAD SINCE I LEFT TEXAS"
Friday, July 28th, 2006
Annual Navajo Churro Sheep Association Meeting
Coconino Center for the Arts
2300 north Ft. Valley Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ
http://www.environment.nau.edu/events/index.htm
Price: $donation
Songs and stories of the sheep camp with Tony Norris and Hal Cannon and special guests
Saturday, July 22nd, 2006
SEED SAVERS EXCHANGE ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Heritage Farm
3094 North Winn Road
DECORAH,, IOWA 52101
563-382-5990
http://www.seedsavers.org/campout.asp
SSE's 26th Annual Convention will be held on the weekend of July 22-23, 2006 at Heritage Farm, six miles north of Decorah, Iowa. Up to 250 of SSE's members attend the two-day celebration which includes speeches, slide shows, tours, demonstrations, workshops, seed swap, barn dance, lots of good local food, and nonstop conversation and fellowship.

Monday, July 17th, 2006
INTERGENERATIONAL COWBOY SHOW
NAU ELDERHOSTEL
MT VIEW DORM, NAU CAMPUS
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
SONGS AND TALES OF THE COWBOY FOR AUDIENCE OF GRANDPARENTS AND GRANDCHILDREN
Wednesday, July 5th, 2006
FIRST WEDNESDAY VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
THE ARROYO SECO RAMBLERS Are on the town! SWEET ACOUSTIC SWANGIN' HONKY TONKIN' COWBOY TUNES.Featuring JOHANNA DIVINE The Sweetheart Of The Radio and BASHFUL BROTHER BYRON RIPLEY and his silver Dobro. MUSIC STARTS AT 8. NO COVER
Wednesday, June 28th, 2006
INTERGENERATIONAL COWBOY SHOW
NAU ELDERHOSTEL
MT VIEW DORM, NAU CAMPUS
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
SONGS AND TALES OF THE COWBOY FOR AUDIENCE OF GRANDPARENTS AND GRANDCHILDREN
Saturday, June 24th, 2006
PAWS CLAWS AND SCALES
GRAND CANYON VILLAGE PUBLIC LIBRARY
GC VILLAGE
GRAND CANYON PARK, AZ
928 638 2718
Price: $FREE TO ONE AND ALL
SONGS AND STORIES OF THE ANIMALS
Saturday, June 17th, 2006
Fourth Annual Flagstaff Music Festival
Heritage Square
Downtown Flagstaff
www.flagstaffmusicfestival.com
Price: $Free
TONY WITH THE ARROYO SECO RAMBLERS:Fourth Annual Flagstaff Music Festival
Saturday, June 17, 2006
Noon - 8 p.m.
on Heritage Square in historic downtown Flagstaff

This free event for music lovers of all ages

Sunday, June 11th, 2006
Chet Anderson's 92nd Birthday Celebration
THE WEATHERFORD HOTEL
FLAGSTAFF
PRIVATE PARTY
Saturday, June 10th, 2006
FFOTM FOLK FESTIVAL
Coconino Center for the Arts
Ft. Valley Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ
http://www.ffotm.net/folkfest/index.html
Price: $2
TONY PLAYS SATURDAY: KID'S SET AT 1PM AND WITH BILL BURKE AT 2:50 AND FRED COON 3:20
ON SUNDAY WITH THE CLABBER BROS AT 1:30 AND ALONE AT 4:20. SEE FESTIVAL SCHEDULE AT http://www.ffotm.net/folkfest/sched2006-1.htm
Wednesday, June 7th, 2006
FIRST WED VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
17 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
TONY AND THE CREAM OF FLAG'S ACOUSTIC COMMUNITY ENTERTAIN 8-11 NO COVER
Sunday, June 4th, 2006
OLD-TIME MUSIC
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
Flagstaff,, AZ
TONY, BILL BURKE AND BYRON RIPLEY PLAY OLD-TIME AND BLUEGRASS
Wednesday, May 10th, 2006
VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
TONY AND GUESTS ENTERTAIN 8-11 NO COVER
Saturday, May 6th, 2006
Norris and Burke
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
Flagstaff,, AZ
Appalachian and old-time music on guitar, mandolin and banjo
Friday, May 5th, 2006
DRY COUNTRY : FOUR WRITERS WHO KNOW THEIR GROUND
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
Flagstaff,, AZ
A reading/concert to benefit "Laundramat Mary" featuring Michael Wolcott, Peter Freiderici, Tony Norris and Mary Sojourner
Friday, May 5th, 2006
OLD WEST DAY
MARSHALL SCHOOL
850 N BONITO ST
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004
928 774 4030
Thursday, May 4th, 2006
HERITAGE ACADEMY
THE KILTED CAT
2640 KILTIE LANE
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
PRIVATE CHILDREN'S CAMPFIRE PROGRAM
Saturday, April 22nd, 2006
CHILDRENS FUN DAY
FLAGSTAFF HOSPITAL
1200 N BEAVER
FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001
STORIES AND MUSIC FOR CHILDREN -- OPEN TO PUBLIC
Wednesday, April 19th, 2006
COWBOY POETRY AND MUSIC
VILLIAGE OF GRAND CANYON PUBLIC SCHOOL
GRAND CANYON, AZ
MUSIC STORIES AND POETRY FOR KIDS
Wednesday, April 19th, 2006
MUSIC W/SID HAUSMAN
CANYON STAR GRANDE HOTEL
TUSYAN, GRAND CANYON
TUSYAN, AZ
928 638 3338
Price: $FREE
TONY AND SID HAUSMAN PLAY WESTERN TUNES TOGETHER 6-9:30
Saturday, April 15th, 2006
THE ARROYO SECO RAMBLERS
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
Flagstaff,, AZ
Price: $FREE
Tuesday, April 11th, 2006
cowboy songs and stories
GRANDE HOTEL
TUSYAN, GRAND CANYON
TUSYAN, AZ
928 638
enjoy a fine dinner and drinks with Indian dancing and cowboy music and stories
Monday, April 10th, 2006
The Arroyo Seco Ramblers
GRANDE HOTEL
TUSYAN, GRAND CANYON
TUSYAN, AZ
928 638
Price: $no cover
Tony and The Arroyo Seco Ramblers play cowboy and Western swing
Thursday, April 6th, 2006
Arizona Tales and Trails
The Inn at NAU
NAU campus
Flagstaff, Az
Cowboy songs and stories for Elderhostel
Wednesday, April 5th, 2006
FIRST WEDNESDAY VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
TONY PERFORMS WITH THE ARROYO SECO RAMBLERS
Friday, March 24th, 2006
SAN FELIPE FOLK FESTIVAL
COBACH PERFORMANCE CENTER
SAN FELIPE, BAJA CAL
MEXICO
Sunday, March 5th, 2006
Appalachian Music
BOOKMANS
FLAGSTAFF
Appalachian and old-time music on guitar, mandolin and banjo
Wednesday, March 1st, 2006
FIRST WEDNESDAY VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
TONY PERFORMS WITH THE ARROYO SECO RAMBLERS
Friday, February 24th, 2006
A COWBOY CAMPFIRE
ZANE GREY BALLROOM
WEATHERFORD HOTEL
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 526 6684
Price: $12-15
COWBOY MUSIC, POETRY AND HUMOR WITH BILL VERNIEU, JOHANNA DIVINE AND FRIENDS
Saturday, February 4th, 2006
Cochise County Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering
Buena High School
Sierra Vista, AZ
http://www.cowboypoets.com/
Price: $free
Tony will be featured at several sessions on Saturday. He will also appear at Big Nose Kate's in Tombstone on Thursday night and in Sierra Vista public schools on Friday
Wednesday, February 1st, 2006
FIRST WEDNESDAY VINTAGE SERIES
THE WINELOFT
NORTH SAN FRANCISCO ST
Flagstaff,, AZ
928 773 9463
Price: $NO COVER
TONY APPEARS W/FRIENDS FIRST WED OF EACH MONTH. FEB GUESTS: BILL BURKE, FRED COON,AND HENRY POORE
Thursday, January 26th, 2006
MEDIA CRIME AND JUSTICE
WORKSHOP ON THE USE OF SONGS TO COMMUNICATE VALUES AND LAW
NORTHERN AZ UNIVERSITY
Flagstaff,, AZ
Sunday, January 8th, 2006
APPALACHIAN TUNES W/BILL BURKE
BOOKMANS BOOKSTORE
Flagstaff,, AZ
Saturday, January 7th, 2006
AWARDS BANQUET
LIVING CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
Saturday, January 7th, 2006
HOUSE CONCERT
PRIVATE EVENT
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
Saturday, December 17th, 2005
RADE-LENOW WEDDING
LA POSADA
WINSLOW, AZ
PRIVATE EVENT WITH THE ARROYO SECO RAMBLERS
Friday, November 25th, 2005
Holiday Luminaria
Desert Botanical Gardens
1201 N Galvin Parkway
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Price: tba
Tony will be playing music and telling stories at one of the scenic venues throughout the Garden from Nov 25 through Dec 23. Check back for exact dates and location
Monday, November 14th, 2005
THE PALACE BAR
WHISKY ROW
PRESCOTT, AZ
Price: $25
Thursday, November 10th, 2005
THE HOME RANCHHAND SHOW
TUCSON, AZ
Price: $?
Friday, October 7th, 2005
Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium
Ruidoso Downs,, NM 88346
Event is scheduled Oct 6,7,8. Details of Tony's performance times and places will be forthcoming
Saturday, September 17th, 2005
White Mountain Storytelling Festival
Show Low, AZ
Price: $FREE TO PUBLIC
Tony will be featured in this outdoor festival. Bring the whole family and protection from the Sun. Venue to be announced
Tuesday, September 13th, 2005
SENIOR SUMMER SCHOOL
LITTLE AMERICA
FLAGSTAFF
PRIVATE
Friday, September 2nd, 2005
Cowboy Poetry and Music
Coconino County Fair
Ft. Tuthill
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
http://co.coconino.az.us/parks/countyfair/fair2005
Price: $free
Tony will host a program of Arizona's finest cowboy poets and Western musicians . Check later for exact times
Monday, August 22nd, 2005
OLD WEST CONCERT
INFINIA HEALTH CARE
FLAGSTAFF
PRIVATE
Sunday, August 21st, 2005
BOOKMANS
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
PERFORMANCE WITH STRINGBAND ARROYO SECO RAMBLERS
Saturday, August 20th, 2005
performer
Arizona Cowboy Poetry Gathering
Sharlot Hall Museum
Prescott, AZ
Price: $FREE TO PUBLIC
Tony will appear in several daytime sessions. Consult the Gathering program for times and locations
Wednesday, August 17th, 2005
MATHER CAMPGROUND
GRAND CANYON
AZ
CAMPFIRE PROGRAM AND JAM WITH GROUP OF DUSTY RABID BOTANISTS AND NATURALISTS
Wednesday, July 13th, 2005
Children's Morning Series
Witney Ranch Recreation Center
1575 Galleria Drive
Henderson, NV 89014
Price: $ free
Stories and Songs for the family presented by City of Henderson Parks & Recreation Department
Friday, July 8th, 2005
GRANDE HOTEL
TUSYAN, GRAND CANYON
TUSYAN, AZ
928 638
TONY WILL BE PLAYING 6:30-9:00 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY IN THE DINING ROOM AT THE GRANDE HOTEL
Saturday, July 2nd, 2005
BOOKMANS
FLAGSTAFF
Price: $FREE
ACOUTIC/OLDTIME WITH BILL BURKE
Sunday, June 26th, 2005
ALONG THE BRAZOS: THE WEST OF TONY NORRIS
MainStreet BookEnds & The Gallery of Warner
16 East Main St
Warner, NH 03278
http://www.mainstreetbookends.com/gallery%2520events.htm
Price: $5 donation
1 PM A program of stories and songs of the old West for the whole family.
MainStreet BookEnds &
The Gallery of Warner
16 East Main Street
P.O. Box 248
Warner, NH 03278
(603) 456-2700
bookends@conknet.com

Saturday, June 18th, 2005
MEDIEVAL STORYTELLING FESTIVAL
GRAND CANYON VILLAGE PUBLIC LIBRARY
GRAND CANYON VILLAGE
AZ
Price: $FREE TO PUBLIC
MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL
928-638-2718
Saturday, June 18th, 2005
INSITE 2005 CONFERENCE
DUBOISE BALLROOM
NORTHERN AZ CAMPUS
FLAGSTAFF, AZ
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SCIENCE EDUCATORS
Saturday, June 11th, 2005
FLAGSTAFF FRIENDS OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC FOLKFESTIVAL
Coconino Center for the Arts
Ft. Valley Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ
http://www.ffotm.net/folkfest/index.html
Tony appears Saturday and Sunday solo and with old friends Bill Burke and Fred Coon and hot string band ARROYO SECO[Johanna Divine and Susie Weaver]see festival schedule at http://www.ffotm.net/folkfest/index.html
Friday, June 10th, 2005
Under Western Skies
Riordan Bldg
821 W. Riordan Rd
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
http://naws-az.org/sherman
Price: $free
Tony will provide music for gallery opening of Western watercolorists Karen Meyers, Roberta Dawson, and Linda Sherman. Refreshments served.
Friday, April 22nd, 2005
HOLE IN THE GROUND : COWBOY POETRY AND MUSIC GATHERING
THE GRAND HOTEL
TUSYAN- GRAND CANYON, AZ
cowboy music poetry and storytelling april 22 and 23rd at the grand hotel
Saturday, April 16th, 2005
PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG JAMMERS
Coconino Center for the Arts
Ft. Valley Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ
INSTRUCTIONAL WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN IN PERFORMANCE TECHNIQUE
Christina Boyd
928-522-9269
4clarity@infomagic.net
Friday, April 15th, 2005
A TIME TO REMEMBER: BENEFIT CONCERT FOR NORTHLAND HOSPICE
Coconino Center for the Arts
Ft. Valley Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ
Price: $20 ADVANCE 22$ AT DOOR
Purchase tickets at Coconino Center for the Arts or at Hospice office – 452 N. Switzer Canyon Dr.
For information call 928-779-1227
Singer, storyteller, humorist & cowboy historian Tony Norris performs in a benefit for the Northland Hospice "A Time to Remember" Project
This event supported in part by the Monica Heaney Nackard Foundation
Thursday, April 7th, 2005
Young Author's Day
Young Public School
Young, AZ
Educational, Young Writer's Conference


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