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Cowboy Music and Authentic Storytelling with Philip Page

Montana Conversation Presenter Philip Page

Humanities Montana welcomes Philip Page to the Speaker’s Bureau! Phil’s program, “Cowboy Music and Authentic Storytelling,” inspires humanity and proper stewardship of one of the most beautiful places on the planet, Montana! “Cowboy Music and Authentic Storytelling” is now available as a Montana Conversations program.

Philip Page is a singer, songwriter, working cowboy, and saddle maker based in Dillon, Montana. He has traveled across the Intermountain West as a storyteller and has played his songs at the National Cowboy Poetry gathering in Elko, Nevada. For over 35 years, Phil has taught horsemanship clinics across Montana. He owned and operated the Rocky Mountain Guide School for Guides, Packers, and Horseman, where he instructed students in five-week courses. Currently, Phil runs Page Saddlery and Page Livestock, where he builds saddles for working cowboys and trains and shows horses. To book Phil’s program, visit our Montana Conversations page!