Cowboy Poetry & Music CDs
Susie's cowboy poetry and songs are played on radio stations throughout the world.
Susie Knight was #1 on the 2016 TOP 40 LIST OF COWBOY POETS Heard on Western Radio Stations Worldwide.
Her CD, Western Wordsmith, won the 2012 Western Music Association Cowboy Poetry CD of the Year.
Her song, "The Spirit of Buffalo Bill", featured on Leather Wings, was nominated for the 2013 Academy of Western Artists' Western Song of the Year.
Fillin' Tanks won the 2016 WMA Cowboy Poetry CD of the Year, and was #1 on the 2016 Top 40 Charts for Most-Played Cowboy Poetry CDs Played on Western Radio Stations Worldwide
To order Western Wordsmith or Fillin' Tanks , send a check or money order to:
Susie Knight, PO Box 76, Conifer, CO 80433
As of January 1, 2019, Leather Wings can only be downloaded at www.cdbaby.com/cd/SusieKnight2
16 tracks total
6 original cowboy songs
11 original cowboy poems
11 tracks total
50 % cowboy songs
50% cowboy poetry
11 tracks total
All original cowboy poetry
Bonus Track: The Christmas Spider
"Darby's Stampede String"
...Then, like a white babushka, she wrapped it o'er the crown!
Fastened it beneath her chin! Secured it safely down!
'This is GREAT!' Darby thought, then rode to check the herd.
'No one sees; problem's solved! I guess I'm NOT absurd!'
As she finished with her duties, to the ranch she rode back in
Forgettin' that the bra was there, buckled 'neath her chin!
The fellas all were starin'! Stood speechless there in awe!
They feared her husband's fists if they'd mention Darby's bra!
(Featured on Fillin' Tanks)
"Memories of Doris"
Almost ev'ry mornin', she'd rise before the dawn,
Mixin' up the makin's for the dough.
She'd knead the double-recipe, form it in a ball,
Then let it rise about an hour or so...
...I peaked out o' the window, 'n' there beyond the hills,
She urged her sorrel gelding 'cross the wheat.
Pursuin' all the mem'ries that whispered in her soul.
Determination blurred her horses feet!
(Featured on Leather Wings)
"A Real Cowgirl"
...Cuz I know a lot of ladies, and they're cowgirls sure enough.
Though none of them own cattle, they're talented and tough.
Some barrel race in rodeos. Some take out trail rides.
Some help fix fence and put up hay. Some act as hunting guides...
...Some run the gate, some vaccinate. They all can bake and sew.
Though most of them don't wear a hat, they're true as cowgirls go.
So, I chuckle when remembrin' the hat that covered curls.
Bet she's still convincin' all her cows that she's a real cowgirl!
(Featured on Western Wordsmith)