New Bluegrass Documentary

Hoot in the Hole

Real cowboys singing cowboy music in Jackson Hole!

The music of Jackson Hole, Wyoming comes to you in the comfort of your home on a newly released DVD November 17 – right in time for the Holidays!

With songs like “If I Had a Horse,” by Dave Stamey, “Good Ol’ Mountain Dew,” and “I’m Blue, I’m Lonesome,” the story of the Jackson Hole hootenanny is extraordinary and unique, and it now comes to you in HD.

Still playing the stage at Dornan’s in Moose, WY the hootenanny showcases.the sounds of Gene Autry, Jimmie Rodgers, Bob Wills, and Bill Monroe by local artists such as the dynamic duo Anne and Pete Sibley, John Byrne Cooke, and Greg Keckler.

Featuring 48 songs in the movie, Hoot in the Hole includes an extensive archive of past performances by Tom Rush, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, the Wilders, and Hot Club of Cowtown to standing-room-only listeners.

This critically-acclaimed, award-winning film has inspired and fascinated audiences at film and music festivals across the country until now.  PBS has decided to air Hoot several times in November and December and now it’s available on DVD!


With 48 songs of Americana, the DVD is a steal at $24.95, but right now it is 20% off at $19.95!!