William Frederick Boycott as "Buffalo Bill", is Lander, Wyomings own songster, raconteur, fiddler, historian, winner of a Western Music Associations Male Yodeler award, multi-faceted entertainer and instrumentalist. "Buffalo Bill" is the only person licensed in the State of Wyoming to carry a concealed banjo.
On the Wyoming Arts Council Performing Artist Roster for 29 years.
A recipient of a Wyoming Arts Council Performing Arts Fellowship award.
He performs historical, cowboy and original songs about the Wild West, the Oregon Trail and Wyoming, utilizing fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar and vocals. Bill also presents humorous cowboy poetry, tells stories in Traditional Native American Indian Sign Language and Yodels up a storm!!
He performs at many festivals, concerts, corporate and special events, and cowboy poetry gatherings all across the West and nationwide. "Buffalo Bill" was also a member of the Grammy Award winning group "The New Christy Minstrels" from 2005-2008. He has performed in concert with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Waddie Mitchell and Riders in the Sky.
Victory Review of Seattle, WA says, "Buffalo Bill Boycott is a very good singer, songwriter and world-class yodeler". Milwaukee Journal, Wisconsin says, "...he enriches the Wild West history with music!!" He has produced two programs on the History of the Wyoming and the Oregon Trail in cooperation with Wyoming Public TV. One has aired nationally.
He also has five audio recording to his credit.
"Buffalo Bill" provides first-rate entertainment and truly tells a story about the true nature of our
wonderful wild western heritage.
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