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Marvin O'Dell's one-hour Around the Campfire show airs Monday-Wednesday each week on www.defendersoffreedomradio.com. He hosts "The Country Campfire" on the same station on Thursdays and Fridays. The shows all air at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. "The Country Campfire" also airs for two hours on a local station just outside of Redding, California, KKRN radio.

"Around the Campfire" now has 3 hours each week to introduce your new music to western music lovers.

Around the Campfire includes Western and cowboy music, and cowboy poetry. 



Marvin O'Dell welcomes CD submissions for consideration:

Around the Campfire
Marvin O'Dell
PO Box 3579
Palm Desert, CA  92261

    Below, read about Marvin O'Dell's Letter to Molly


and The Silver Screen Cowboy Project

Letter to Molly

Marvin O'Dell's Letter to Molly, includes 12 tracks, with ten songs written by Marvin O'Dell, and two co-writes. He is joined by a number of musicians and backup vocalists, and popular Western singer Kip Calahan is a guest vocalist on the song, "With a .44 Gun in My Hand." 


Under Wide Montana Skies
Bitter Creek
Letter to Molly
Michael Was a Cowboy
With a .44 Gun in My Hand
This Godforsaken Town
To the Moon and Back
My Shoulder
Too Old for Heaven
The One That I Call Me
The Cowboys are Ridin' On
Bonus Track: "This Old Shirt" (poem)

Letter to Molly is available for $19.95 postpaid from Marvin O'Dell, 1617 W. Paseo de la Palma, Palm Springs, CA  92264,  805-551-4649;  www.musikode.com/products.html

The Silver Screen Cowboy Project

Produced by Marvin O'Dell, a two-CD set of 24 original songs about the silver screen cowboys like Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, Tex Ritter, Rex Allen, Lash LaRue, Hopalong Cassidy, The Lone Ranger, Gabby Hayes, Monte Hale, John Wayne and many others that will take you on a nostalgic trip to yesteryear. This album features 20 of the finest contemporary cowboy/western singers and includes the work of today’s great western music songwriters and musicians. The Silver Screen Cowboy Project is a must-have for serious lovers of the B-westerns and cowboy movie heroes.


Rough Ridin' Cowboy Heroes, Tom Hiatt
Downtown Matinee, Curly Musgrave
If I Had a Horse, Dave Stamey
I'll Be Rex Allen, Marvin O'Dell & Tom Hiatt
When Roy Rogers Was Around, Bill Barwick
Where Would We Be (Without the Sons of the Pioneers), Journey West
Jesus and Roy, Marvin O'Dell
Upon the Silver Screen, Les Gilliam
Goodbye, Tex Ritter, Brian Golbey
I Miss John Wayne, Dan Roberts
Little Girls' Heroes, Tom & Donna Hatton
They All Went That-a-Way, Earl Gleason
Riders of Yesteryear, Way Out West
Lash LaRue, Marvin O'Dell
To Hear Gene Autry Sing, Doc Stovall
Pioneer Phantoms, Tom Hiatt
In Those Alabama Hills, Kip Calahan
The Lone Ranger Way, Hank Cramer
Hoppy (Ridin' the Range in Black and White), Tom Hiatt
Ol' Gabby Hayes, Marvin O'Dell
The TV Cowboys, Jim Jones
The Cowboys Are Ridin' On, Teresa O'Dell
They Can't Take Away the Old Cowboy Songs, Joe Baer
Nobody Kisses Their Horse Anymore, Buckshot Dot

The Silver Screen Cowboy Project is available for $24.95 postpaid from Marvin O'Dell, 1617 W. Paseo de la Palma, Palm Springs, CA  92264,  805-551-4649;  www.musikode.com/products.html





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