Mike MoutouxNew Mexico's Enchanting Cowboy
What People Are Saying…
John Sillaman, Dayton, OH
Bill Straub, Albuquerque, NM
Fran Rowe, Maricopa Arizona
Duane Lawrence, Estancia, New Mexico
Bobbi Jeen Olson, Stanfield, Arizona
Donna Sanson, Breckinridge, Missouri
Steve Conroy, Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering
Rod Kent, Nokomis, FL
Alan Little, Tucson
Baron Glassgow, Executive Director, New Mexico Propane Gas Association..
Esther Dollarhide, President, Tombstone Western Music Festival, Inc.
Mike Moutoux is a cowboy-singer-songwriter from Silver City, New Mexico. Also known as “New Mexico’s Enchanting Cowboy,” he specializes in turning ranch work into cowboy songs and cowboy poetry that give listeners a rare look into the life of a working cowboy.
I’ve helped to pull calves and watched them take their first breath, laid on the ground in the mud and blood doctoring cows, been chased by cows, kicked by cows, fallen off a horse or two, and just generally collected too many fond memories to remember.
His work has taken him high into the Pecos Wilderness in northern New Mexico, to the rolling hills and arroyos of southwest New Mexico, and to the flat mesquite plains near Carlsbad. He has shared stages with all the western music greats and has been a friend to all as a radio DJ, festival emcee, and concert producer.
I want to put everyone in the audience as close to being in the saddle as words and music allow—and at the same time leave ‘em laughing.
He plays a mix of songs, mostly his own, but always includes some classics the audience is sure to recognize. There will be wild rides, cattle drives, and endless big blue skies all wrapped up in poetry and song. With his smooth voice, authentic material, and a wonderful sense of humor, it doesn’t take long for an audience to appreciate what enchanting means: captivating and charming. He has been a friend to many performers as a DJ for KSIL radio in Silver City, the producer of the Cowboy Concert Series, and as a talent wrangler and Master of Ceremonies for the Tyrone Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival. He is a regular on the poetry and music circuit especially in New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado.
My wife and I enjoy the gatherings and meeting up with old friends and making new ones as well. The gatherings are really like family reunions and while I enjoy performing, I like visiting with friends just as much.
Cowboy Shows, Concerts, Festivals, Gatherings and Events
August 9-11 Prescott, AZ Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering. This gathering is one of the best in the country with lots of top notch entertainers.
October 6 Tucson, AZ Catalina State Park This will be a sunset concert in a gorgeous park setting. Lots of folks bring lawn chairs or pack a picnic supper.
October 7 Tucson, AZ Monterey Court. Nancy Elliott and Friends concert. I’m delighted to be friends with Nancy who hosts a different performer each month for a sort of Sunday brunch concert. It’s a wonderful outside venue and the food is terrific. 505 W. Miracle Mile. We start at 10:00
October 27 Deming, NM Deming Performing Arts Theater. 2-4 PM This lovely theater enjoys offering Saturday matinees and it is nice to be able to play so close to home.
- Spirits Still Remain
- Horses and Cattle
- My Best Compliment
- For the Ones
- Teenagers in the Pen
- Shadows in the Draws
- She Is
- Sam Faces the Truth
- Santa’s Perfect Gifts
- Tack Room Charm
- My Yodeling Song
CDs – Songs & Poetry
This is my newest CD with special guests;
Skelly Boyd on guitar and Rob Stinehart on mandolin.
This 4 song, 8 poems CD is a good sample of what my live shows include!
To purchase, we prefer the ol’ fashioned way:
Please email us below to expect your order, then send a send a check in the amount of $15.00 (price includes shipping) payable to:
Mike Moutoux, to 52 Wide Canyon Trail, Silver City, NM 88061.
Please remember to give me your full mailing address. Thank you!
Contact us for bookings, puchases, events, and more! Mike loves to hear from his fans, drop him a line…