May 18, 2016
Duane Dickinson, born on a small ranch in the northeastern part of Montana, has passed away. Duane was associated with cowboys and ranching for most of his life. He ranched until 1996, then sold the ranch and semi-retired.
He first learned traditional cowboy songs and sentimental Victorian ballads from his father. With an immense repertoire of old time cowboy songs set to memory, Duane started performing in 1982 and was an invited artist at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering and other events throughout the West for many years, sharing his music with many audiences. Our thoughts join with those of the cowboy music community, in sadness of his passing.
Read more in cowboypoetry.com.