Stephanie Quayle Teams With Wrangler For National Day of the American Cowboy Tour

Stephanie Quayle is partnering with Wrangler for her 2019 National Day Of The American Cowboy Tour. After teaming with Quayle to unveil her video for “If I Was A Cowboy” earlier this month, the iconic brand will now join as a presenting partner on Quayle’s upcoming pop-up tour.

The tour will feature a run of five appearances and performances coinciding with the annual National Day of the American Cowboy celebration on July 27 in Fort Worth in the Stockyards National Historic District.

Quayle will be featured in the National Day of the American Cowboy Western Parade to kick off the festivities and perform on the main stage in front of the Livestock Exchange building later in the afternoon. The Western songstress will follow up the day-long celebration with additional stops in Fort Worth, Austin and Houston.

“I’m honored to join forces with my friends at Wrangler to shine a spotlight on the tradition of the American Cowboy on this pop up tour, and to represent that western lifestyle I grew up with.” Quayle said. “I come from a long-line of cowboys and cowgirls who continue to live by example — with that cowboy state of mind. I’m proud of where I come from and take pride in carrying on that western heart in today’s country music.”

Wrangler will also team up for Quayle’s intimate Montana Sessions acoustic-video series, slotted to debut in tandem with her anticipated EP release this fall.

Wrangler Presents: National Day of the American Cowboy Tour:
7/27 – National Day of the American Cowboy Parade – Fort Worth, TX
7/27 – Main Stage @ Stockyards National Historic District – Fort Worth, TX
7/28 – Whiskey Garden – Fort Worth, TX
7/29 – Shiner’s Saloon – Austin, TX
7/30 – Lucchese – Houston, TX


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