Marshall Trimble Songs

In 1987, Marshall Trimble, Arizona's Official State Historian,

Marshall's web site:

contacted me (Howard Anderson) because he wanted a banjo player to play with him for the KNIX Arizona Diamond Jubilee Show in Central Phoenix. To help me prepare for this, he provided me with cassette tapes containing his songs. (We did do the show...)

A year or two ago, I digitized the songs from the tapes.

Yesterday, 29 Feb 2020, I talked with Marshall at the Glendale Folk Festival and told him I had digitized his songs from the tapes and had thought about putting them on-line for others to hear. I asked if that would be OK with him. He said yes! So below are some really good songs from Marshall Trimble, circa 1987.

Click on one of these titles to hear the song:

Western Plains

Zebra Dun

High Chin Bob

Cattle Call

I'd Like to be in Texas

Strawberry Roan

Old Red

Fiery Petes

Get along Little Dogies

When the Work's All Done this Fall


Diamond in the Rough

I Love You Arizona

Moonshine Steer

Yavapai Pete

You Must have Gone Crazy Out There

Streets of Laredo

Ghost Riders

Windy Bill

Little Joe the Wrangler

Cowboy Fireman

The Old Chisholm Trail

Night Rider's Lament

Pecos Bill