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RIDERS IN THE SKY TO RELEASE LONG-AWAITED 
INSPIRATIONAL ALBUM


The Land Beyond The Sun to be released Aug. 9th

NASHVILLE, TN - (June 29, 2011) –Two-time Grammy Award-winning artist Riders In the Skywill release their long awaited Inspirational CD on Aug. 9.  "The Land Beyond The Sun" presents a collection of songs of inspiration recorded in the western tradition that their legion of fans expect, along with a poem indicative of “America’s Favorite Cowboys’” left-field humor which has been their trademark for nearly three and a half decades!

“The stillness of the desert, the majesty of towering mountains, the endless skies; all these things have developed a deep and abiding spirituality in the westerner and the cowboy” explains Ranger Doug, Idol of American Youth and the group’s baritone vocalist and guitar player.   “The CD appeals to all generations, and welcomes all who are as inspired by the great outdoors, as are Riders In The Sky.”

Perhaps best known for their recording of “Woody’s Round Up” from “Toy Story 2”, Riders In The Sky have been keepers of the flame passed on by the Sons of the Pioneers, Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, single-handedly revitalizing Western music.  The seven-time Western Music Association Entertainers of the Year have been stars of the stage, screen, Saturday morning network TV, the Grand Ol' Opry, National Public Radio, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio.

While remaining true to the integrity of the genre, these “Kings of Comedy & Western” have themselves become modern-day icons by branding it with their own legendary wacky humor and way-out Western wit, and all along encouraging buckaroos and buckarettes to live life “The Cowboy Way!”

The Land Beyond The Sun – track list

01 - The Land Beyond the Sun
02 - Song of the Trail
03 - The King's Highway
04 - There's A Gold Mine in the Sky
05 - This Ole House
06 - River of Mystery
07 - Saddle Up
08 - The Mystery of His Way
09 - Cowboy Camp Meetin'
10 - He Walks with the Wild and the Lonely
11 - There's A Blue Sky Way Out Yonder
12 - Lord, You Made the Cowboy Happy
13 - The Stingy Congregation

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