Girls of the Golden West revive the classic country sound of the ‘Western Era’

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(L-R): Lea Tshilds, Dave Hoekstra and Marydee Reynolds.

Dave Hoekstra talks with Lea Tshilds and Marydee Reynolds, who have recreated the classic country-western duo Girls of the Golden West. They sing a pair of songs, talk about the group’s origins in the “barn dance” scene of the 1930’s and 40’s, what inspired the revival of the “Golden West” name after so many years, and their own individual musical paths.


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