Scott and Leigh Ann, also known as "Burnin' Daylight" for western/cowboy
bookings, are members of the Western Music Association and participate in
several western music festivals & events each year.
They recently performed during in Cheyenne Wyoming during 120th Cheyenne Frontier Days
on the first stage ever devoted to western music. The stage was hosted by Michael Martin
Murphey. The Matthews have also performed for Murphey's WestFest in Rifle, CO, the Praire
Rose Western Festival in Benton, KS and during the AmerEquine Festival
of the Horse in Fort Worth along with Emmylou Harris, Marty Stuart,
Riders in the Sky, Don Edwards and others.
They have performed for the National Cowboy Symposium Celebration in Lubbock, TX and
Muskogee Heritage Day Celebration and were featured performers at the International Colt
Collector's Annual Convention in Tulsa. They have opened for Red Steagall and Devon
Dawson and the Texas Trailhands for theCowboy Ball Celebrations in Henryetta, OK and have
performed for the Rio Grande Scenic Railway Summer Concert Series near Alamosa, CO.
Leigh Ann performed solo for the 2006 and 2007 Great American Cattle Drives, during the OKC
and Tulsa State Fairs and has appeared on RFD-TV's "Best of America By Horseback"
and Rick Lamb's "The Horse Show."
Leigh Ann publishes The Heartland HorseTrader and they also own and operate the
4M Chuck Wagon, offering authentic cowboy cuisine for a variety of events and festivals.
The Matthews can provide classic,
contemporary and original western selections
and can mix in other styles if needed to
provide a variety of music for any occastion.
Additional musicians may also be added to
best suit the audience and event.
The Matthews, with additional family members, Tim
Matthews, Ben Matthews and Lindsey Matthews-Ison,
performed the National Anthem for the 2010 - 2014
International Finals Rodeo in OKC
2011 National Cowboy
Symposium with Bassist,
Kelly Kingston of
San Angelo, TX.
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