Singer, songwriter, poet, author, cowboy and TV-show host – Red Steagall is Somewhere West of Wall Street is simply the most recent addition to this Renaissance cowboy's long list of noteworthy accomplishments. In addition to many historic ranches, Steagall will also spend time at the National Ranching Heritage Center on the Texas Tech University campus in Lubbock, Texas; the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association and Museum in Fort Worth, Texas; the American Quarter Horse Association Museum in Amarillo, Texas; and the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Furthermore, Steagall will educate the audience into how to make a Cactus rope, a Cactus saddle; or how a Resistol hat is made. Experts will also explain to the audience what to look for when buying a rope, hat and saddle. The show will also include interviews with world-famous rodeo cowboys and old-time ranchers and cowboys from the 1940s and 1950s. Before the conclusion of the show each week, Steagall will go back to the front porch of the old bunkhouse for the Song of Inspiration from folks like Don Edwards, R W Hampton, Andy Wilkinson, R J Vandygriff and the Boys in the Bunkhouse (Danny Steagall, Jake Hooker, Badger O'Brien and Steve Story, aka Leon).
Runtime: 30 minutes
Red Steagall is Somewhere West of Wall Street - RFD-TV - Netflix
RFD-TV is an American digital cable and satellite television channel that is owned by Rural Media Group. The channel features programming devoted to rural issues, concerns and interests. The channel's name is a reference to Rural Free Delivery, the name for the United States Postal Service's system of delivering mail directly to rural patrons. Production and uplinking facilities for RFD-TV are located at Northstar Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, while the channel's corporate & national sales office is based in Omaha, Nebraska. RFD-TV's sister radio station is Sirius XM's Rural Radio. RFD-TV also owns a theater in Branson, Missouri where some variety shows that air on RFD-TV are filmed. As of February 2015, RFD-TV is available to approximately 47.3 million pay television households (40.7% of households with television) in the United States. It is currently carried by satellite providers Dish Network and DirecTV, as well as through cable providers such as Mediacom, Charter Communications, Cox Communications and Armstrong. It is not available in most Comcast markets; Comcast controversially dropped the channel in many of its Western markets in favor of Al Jazeera America in 2013. In addition to its cable and satellite coverage, RFD-TV is offered as an Internet television feed; the feed is currently paywalled and requires a paying subscription, with a TV Everywhere said to be coming soon. It was added to Sling TV on April 4, 2017 as part of the “Heartland Extra” add-on service. RFD TV is also available as part of the 'Live A Little' package offered by DirecTV Now. With an average of 136,000 viewers in 2016, RFD-TV has some of the highest viewership relative to availability compared to other “ultra-niche” networks with similar or wider distribution owned by major corporations.
Red Steagall is Somewhere West of Wall Street - Former programming - Netflix
The following programs were aired on RFD-TV at one point, but are no longer listed on the official website. UK Extension (Agriculture) Richard Winters (Equine) Lynn Palm (Equine) Richard Shrake (Equine) Monty Roberts (Equine) RV Today (Rural Lifestyle) Turnin' To Country (Travel / Lifestyle) Country Carnival Showcase Jubilee Imus in the Morning (Entertainment) Live from Daryl's House (Music and entertainment)
Red Steagall is Somewhere West of Wall Street - References - Netflix