Bunk Skelton, with Russ Rand on bass and Brook Wallace Deaton on fiddle, provide the music during the Jan. 15 cowboy church service at the Fort Worth Stock Show.
Bunk Skelton, with Russ Rand on bass and Brook Wallace Deaton on fiddle, provide the music during the Jan. 15 cowboy church service at the Fort Worth Stock Show. Bob Booth Special to the Star-Telegram
Bunk Skelton, with Russ Rand on bass and Brook Wallace Deaton on fiddle, provide the music during the Jan. 15 cowboy church service at the Fort Worth Stock Show. Bob Booth Special to the Star-Telegram

From Stock Show to stock tank, cowboy churches spread the faith

January 27, 2017 02:36 PM

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