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Mike Beck Presents “The Ponies,” a benefit concert for Windhorse Equine Learning

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Livingston, MT —Singer-songwriter and horse trainer Mike Beck will present a benefit concert for Windhorse Equine Learning, Saturday, March 23, at the Attic in Livingston. Beck’s show, “The Ponies” is a celebration of horses in song and stories. This intimate concert in the beautifully restored Attic will raise funds for Windhorse Equine Learning programs that empower youth through hands-on experiences with horses. Learn more at windhorseequinelearning.org.

Mike Beck says of The Ponies: “My life has been wrapped up in horses and music, so it’s only natural that I have combined both my passions together in one show, The Ponies. The Ponies is a complete evening of songs I’ve written and a few others I love, plus stories of my life’s work in the pursuit of coming together with the horse through a harmonious approach to bring out the best in both horse and human. This is in no way just a cowboy show, rather a celebration of the ancient draw and connection between Man and Horse, through song and story.” Learn more at


Western Folklife Center Artistic Director Meg Glaser says: “Mike Beck brought The Ponies to a full house of 900 at the 34th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.

At show’s end the audience was on their feet calling for more - a powerful testimony to this show’s appeal to audiences from both inside and outside the horseback world. Beck’s original songs and stories, masterful guitar playing and sense of humor bring fans into intimate western scenes rich with timeless life lessons.”

Doors open at 6:00 pm, music starts at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults, and $15 for seniors and students. Tickets at the door or at windhorseequinelearning.org.

There will be prizes and a raffle for an exciting Western experience. Don’t miss this entertaining and inspiring evening that will help young people in our region learn and grow with horses.