Rockin' B, Bids Goodbye | Urban Wildlife
Owners to Retire Cowboy Supper Show After This Season. Scott and Pamela Brownlee, owners of the Rockin’ B Ranch, announce that this, their 17th season, will be the last one for the Cowboy Supper Shows at the Rockin’ B Ranch. All shows will continue as scheduled through October 1st.
The Rockin’ B has become a tradition for many Inland Northwest families. “For 17 years, we have provided audiences with a unique and different entertainment environment. We honored Western Music in the tradition of such greats as Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and the Sons of the Pioneers, and created an atmosphere of genuine Western hospitality and openness,” Pamela Brownlee said.
Scott crows about the people that work for them: “This is a great way for us ride off. The musicianship and service to our guests is top notch, the laughs are louder than ever before, the BBQ meals are scarfed down with obvious delight…..what better time than that to say to our audiences: ‘Thank you and vaya con Dios.’”
One of the Brownlee’s proudest accomplishments, and a lasting legacy, is the opportunity they have given young performers, primarily bluegrass, gospel, fiddle and roots groups. When the doors open at 5:30PM, performers ranging in age from 3 to 23 greet the audience with their music. “Some of those kids began performing here when they were just little sprouts, now they’re young adults….and they sound fantastic!”
The Cantina features nightly specials on Northwest beers and wines, and the Mercantile store offers closeout discounts on every item. Cowboy Supper tickets can be purchased at www.rockinbranch.com or call the box office 11AM-5PM, Tuesdays through Saturdays, 509-891-9016