November 16, 2019

What better way to celebrate Veteran's Day than to put on your favorite Tony Lama's, dance to some live country music while sipping Albuquerque's finest craft beer.  All proceeds from the event support our mission of providing purpose through horsemanship for our nation's heroes. 

Hosted by Bow and Arrow Brewing Co.

Wild, Sour, and Barrel-aged beers brewed in the heart of the American Southwest.

608 McKnight Avenue Northwest
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102 

Located one and a half blocks 

South of Interstate 40 off Exit 158 

at the corner of 6th Street 

and Bezemak Avenue 

in the Wells Park neighborhood.  


This Year's Lineup

Tris Munsick


 Tris Munsick was raised in a family of musicians. The eldest son of regionally esteemed musician/cowboy Dave Munsick. Tris has grown up with country music running through his veins.  For the last few years, he has performed throughout the west with his family band "The Munsick Boys". Tris, along with "The Munsick Boys" and "The Innocents", has opened for and performed alongside: Lyle Lovett, Cody Johnson, Gary P. Nunn, Suzy Bogguss, Eli Young Band, Blackhawk, Casey Donahew, and more. 

Learn more about Tris and his music here.

Genevieve Allen


 Born and raised in the Gulf Coast region of Texas, Genevieve Allen grew up competing in rodeo and working horses.  Genevieve quickly became obsessed with the music written about her world of rodeo and horses. She bought a guitar and started learning the music of her heroes: Garth, Chris Ledoux, George Strait, Merle Haggard, and others .  As a Charlie Five Ambassador she raises awareness for the organization as she travels the U.S. perfroming. She is also the National Spokesperson for the Professional Armed Forces Rodeo Association. 

Learn more about Genevieve and her music here.

AJ Johnston


 AJ is a familiar face at our Cowboy Gala each year. He is a Texas Alt-Country Singer/songwriter, Combat Vet,  Amputee Lifter, Proud Father,  Ex Bull/Bareback rider
and Carnivore. His music is influenced by a wide range of artists from Merle Haggard to Social Distortion.  According to Texas Local Live "Not only did AJ serve his country and even lost a limb protecting it...then comes back to put his heart and soul out in the open in the form of song.  That's almost poetic in itself. "

Learn more about AJ and his music  here.

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