Here in Casper, we have some world class musicians. In an effort to bring their skills to the masses, we've started a new concert series: "Live At Tee Roy's Desk".

Now, you may be asking yourself "Why in the hell would you have them play at your desk when you're surrounded by studios?"

We thought it would be a pretty cool concept. Bring in a musician, sit them in an office setting, and let them do their thing.


Steve Frame

You stand at the intersection of Steve Frame and the Western Rebel Sound. It’s a dance floor that keeps moving all night long. It’s cool ol’ school country with a modern edge. A little gritty. A lot of energy. Always genuine. Steve and his band mix artists like Dwight Yoakam, Johnny Cash, and Chris LeDoux with his own experiences to bring a familiar yet unique sound that has entertained thousands of people. After 75 shows during 2013, Steve Frame and his Western Rebels head out again across the American West, with a brand new CD, “Sideways”.
Steve spent over a decade developing his skills in Nashville. He then headed out to combine his musical talent with his dream of living in and touring across the American West. More recently, Steve has played great events like Cheyenne Frontier Days, College National Finals Rodeo, and other festivals, rodeos, bars, clubs, and private shows from Colorado to Washington state. Steve’s own recording of his songs “Lonelytown”, “What Do I Do”, and “Rosarita” have seen airplay across the country. His Western Rebel Sound has garnered airplay in Australia and Europe, too. His songwriting has been complimented by Country Music People (September 2009). Steve has been a guest on Opry Star Spotlight on WSM-AM, the flagship of country radio. He played CMA Fan Fest in Nashville, where he had the privilege of leading the back up band for country legend Johnny Rodriguez.
Of all his achievements, though, Steve considers his greatest one as being able to entertain all types of folks when he plays, no matter the venue, the age, or the taste in music. And he and his Western Rebels will be going Sideways to get it done in 2014!