'Gypsy Cowbelle' to Perform at JoCo Library

"V" the Gypsy Cowbelle
"V" the Gypsy Cowbelle

Friday evening, March 25, the Johnson County Library will host a night of live music featuring “V” the Gypsy Cowbelle, sponsored by the Johnson County Library Foundation.
“V” will perform her own brand of music, which is an eclectic combination of country, old-time Appalachian Stomp, cowboy and traditional folk music she calls “Cow-billy.”
“V” has lived a life without modern conveniances, while logging with horses, shoeing horses, building saddles and her own instruments.
Her experiences on her ranch near Pinedale and traveling to perform at music festivals and cowboy poetry gatherings in the region have inspired her original work.
Because March is Women's History Month, the library thought she would be a perfect fit for a presentation.
Cynthia Twing, Director of the Johnson County Library, explains.
The presentation is free and the public is invited to attend.
For more information on “V” the Gypsy Cowbelle, visit www.myspace.com/gypsycowbelle

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