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8/13/2012 9:01:00 AM
World-class fiddlin' returns to Blazin' M Ranch

Enjoy the toe-tappin, knee-slappin' vocal and instrumental talents of Doug Bartlett & Paul Taylor, internationally renowned musicians who will perform on stage at the Blazin' M Ranch on selected dates in August and September.

They will join award-winning regulars Jim and Jeanne Martin and Tom Jepperson for the Blazin' M's hour-long stage show that includes dinner. Special appearances will be Aug. 15, 16 & 18, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, and Sept. 12-15.

Doug, a professional musician for over 30 years, has toured all across the United States, Canada and Europe. Winner of two IBMA Awards and a two-time Grammy nominee, Bartlett has performed on many recordings with various artists playing fiddle, mandolin, guitar, bass, banjo and vocals.

Managing Partner Lori Mabery says, "We are thrilled with the return of Doug to our show for this limited engagement. He is a phenomenal fiddler and an amazing all-around musical talent. You won't want to miss this. The barn will rock!"

Recently transplanted to the Phoenix area from New York State, Paul Taylor is an award-winning performer in his own right and member of the NY State Country Music Hall of Honorees. He has performed and recorded all across the United States and in Europe.

Also an accomplished songwriter, his original compositions have been used in advertising by many corporate giants, including Sony, Fisher Price, Pepperidge Farms, Family Fun and Robb Report.

The Blazin' M Ranch is located at 1875 Mabery Ranch Road in Cottonwood. Call (800) 937-8643 or visit the website at for the most current information and reservations.

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