'Don’t Fence Me In' celebrates America’s wide open spaces / By Sarah Linn of The Tribune, San Luis Obispo

National Council for the Traditional Arts presents a show of yodeling, western swing, Native American drumming and Tex-Mex

By Bill Watts

Yahoo! yodeler Wylie Gustafson is one of several acts that will perform for ‘Don’t Fence Me In.’

By Sarah Linn | slinn@thetribunenews.com
Sarah Linn The Tribune, San Luis Obispo

Poet Paul Zarzyski can trace his love of America’s wide open spaces to childhood. He and his father would go on fishing trips in the hardwood forests of northern Wisconsin.

“I’d always ask, ‘Dad, what’s the name of that bird making that sound? Dad, what’s that tree with the shaggy bark?’ ” he recalled.

Home movies of his dad’s hunting trips out West fed his fascination further….

Read the full story in The Tribune, San Luis Obispo, CA

Click here tickets to this performance at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts this Friday, February 24

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