THE RIP ROARIN’ STAGE SENSATION IS NOW A WILD AND WOOLY NOVEL!
Scott Cherney’s western comedy romance is a horselaugh from start to finish
Welcome home, Canyon Kid
Now reach for the sky!
A straight-shooting, guitar-strumming cowboy known as The Canyon Kid returns to Dirt Clod, Missouri only to learn that the town's in ruins, a hanging judge wants to add him to his resume and his gal's about to marry a known desperado called The Bushwhacker. Complicating matters even further for The Kid are the devious brother and sister team of Nastassia Kinky and Two Gun Boris, the fastest gun this side of the Ukraine.
So how is The Canyon Kid going to save the day, let alone croon a few tunes, with a noose around his neck?
Based on the hit play SONG OF THE LONE PRAIRIE or POEM ON THE RANGE-The Critics Love It!
“Hilariously funny!”-Joe Payne, Santa Maria Sun
“A classic wild west saga”-Charlotte Alexander, Two for the Show (Central Coast)
“Singing his way into your heart is The Canyon Kid”-Brad Memberto, Lompoc Record
Following in the bootsteps of great western comedies like BLAZING SADDLES, RUSTLER'S RHAPSODY and SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF
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About the Author
After landing on Earth in Stockton, California, Scott Cherney wore a lot of hats in his life and times, among them, a cowboy hat as a weekend gunslinger at the Pollardville Ghost Town, a western amusement park that also the Palace Showboat Dinner Theater. There he became a triple threat actor/writer/director of several melodrama/vaudeville stage productions. Cherney was also an award-winning stage actor and won the one and only Stockton Stand-Up Comedy Competition.
Cherney is the author of the road rage novel Red Asphalt, a movie memoir called In the Dark: A Life and Times in a Movie Theater, the true travel tome known as Please Hold Thumbs: A Not So Round Trip to South Africa, a collection of comedy sketches entitled Now THAT'S Funny and the western comedy romance Song of the Canyon Kid.
His plays include Song of the Lone Prairie, La Rue's Return (w/Edward Thorpe), thThe Legend of the Rogue and The Perils of Francois.
He currently lives near Portland, Oregon,