Lawrence Coffee

Lawrence Coffee is a long time member of Peyton Colony, TX community. He also broke the color barrier in the Texas Rodeo system.

Charles Townsend and David Waddle

David Waddle (67) interviews his friend Dr. Charles "Bud" Townsend (91) on his life as a rodeo announcer, an educator, Grammy winner, biographer and personal friend of Bob Wills.

Ella interviews her mom (Jenny) about growing up, then raising ella and her brothers.

This was recorded on November 26, 2018. This interview was recorded in Otis, Oregon. I (ella) recorded my mom and asked her questions about her childhood! We talked about how my brothers and I made a positive impact in her...

My faith has guided me.

I interviewed my grandpa to learn more about him.

Jerry Hamel and Julia Sherman

Julia Sherman (27) interviews her friend, Jerry Hamel (86), about his childhood, his cattle-ranching and rodeo careers, the history of his land, and what being a cowboy means to him.

My mom, my hero

Julie speaks of her childhood spent in Michigan, her experiences in college and her time spent in Nashville pursuing a career in music.

Tracy Latting, Mike Latting, and Stanley Latting

Stanley Latting (80) speaks with his niece Tracy Latting [no age given] and his nephew, Tracy's brother, Mike Latting (68) about growing up in Robbins, IL, the siblings' time in their family rodeo business, and what horses have meant to...

Sheila Jones and Krystal Casey

Sheila Jones (70) speaks with her niece Krystal Hollis Casey (59) about their lives, their families, and their neighbors in Robbins, Illinois.

My Nana

I interviewed my endeared grandmother who I call my Nana. She has lived a full and wonderful life. She is an example of a hard working woman and a loving friend and mother figure to all. I’m blessed to be...