Casper's very own Steve Frame and his Western Rebels are proud to announce the upcoming release of their second full-length CD, Hard Natrona Plain It is set to be released for sale in their hometown of Casper, WY, on Friday, April 24th, then for sale worldwide on April 25th.

Hard Natrona Plain is the group's latest offering of what they call "Western Rebel Music", a mix of cool ol' school country with a driving western edge.  The album offers a musical look at life on the western plains.  Subjects include hard living and loving shaped by the elements, oil prices, vehicle choices, and even a thought on end-times.

The CD is loaded with musical talent from Wyoming and from Nashville.  Co-writers for the project include central Wyomingites John Kirlin and Sue Morrison.   Studio instrumentalists include Dave Roe (upright bass for Johnny Cash, Dwight Yoakam) and John McTigue III (drums for Jim Lauderdale, Emmylou Harris), as well as two Western Rebels, Jimmy Harper and Angie Schneider.  All this was done with producer and long-time collaborator Scott McEwen at the Fry Pharmacy studio in Nashville, with a Wyoming state flag hanging on the wall through the whole process.

Steve Frame and his Western Rebels will be performing a CD release concert (featuring John Kirlin and Sue Morrison) at the Nicolaysen Art Museum on the evening of Friday, April 24th, 2015.  Tickets are available while they last locally at Sonic Rainbow CDs, Charlie T's Pizzeria, and the Nicolaysen Art Museum, and online at www.steveframe.net.  Pre-orders for the CD begin Friday, April 10th at www.steveframe.net.

For more information, contact Steve Frame at (615) 483-6862, or at sframe@Hotmail.com.