Fletcher Jowers Cowboy Poetry Collection
Jowers is a singer and songwriter of cowboy music and is known for his “Texas Cowboy approach” to music. This collection contains publicity materials.
Fletcher Jowers is singer, songwriter, and lover of Cowboy music. His authentic Texas Cowboy approach to music has warmed the hearts of his fans throughout the West. He has been featured at Cowboy events such as The Western Heritage Classic, The Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering, The Great Pikes Peak Cowboy Poetry Gathering (there awarded the prestigious Dick Spencer Memorial Award), The New Mexico Cowboy Poetry Gathering, The National Cowboy Symposium, The Texas Cowboy Poetry Gathering, The Cowboy Hall Of Fame, and The Academy Of Western Artists Awards Ceremony. Fletcher Jowers has been nominated for Entertainer Of The Year, Male Vocalist Of The Year, Song Of The Year as well as Album Of The Year. He co-authored, along with Red Steagall, the great song “Sleepin’ In My Leggin’s Tonight” which was on Red’s Wrangler Award winning project “Dear Momma, I’m A Cowboy.” He also wrote “When The Roses Bloom Next Spring,” a cut on Red’s project “Love Of The West.” Fletcher Jowers was a principal actor/singer along with Charlie Daniels, Ian Tyson, Becky Hobbs, and Will Dudley on the short film/musical video “Ol’ Cowboys And Dreamers” produced by Peter Lippman. Fletcher has lived the life of a cowboy, working on several ranches throughout the West.
This collection consists of a single series, Publicity Materials, containing a biographical sheet and a publicity still of Fletcher Jowers.
This collection was accessioned in 2002 and filed along with other small cowboy poetry collections. Archivist Laura Anne Heller created the current finding aid on July 14, 2009.
The Fletcher Jowers Cowboy Poetry Collection is the property of the Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Literary right, including copyright, belongs to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, with the exception of copyrighted artwork images and published literary works, which are the property of the respective copyright holders. It is the responsibility of the researcher, and his/her publisher, to obtain publishing permission from individuals pictured, relevant copyright holders, and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
The collection is open for research. It is advisable for researchers to discuss their proposed research with staff prior to visiting the Center.
Fletcher Jowers Cowboy Poetry Collection, Box ##, Folder ##, Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.