The Great K & A Train Robbery, filmed in Glenwood Springs, is a 1926 American Western silent film directed by Lewis Seiler and starring Tom Mix and Dorothy Dwan. The film is based on the actual foiling of a train robbery by Dick Gordon as related by Paul Leicester Ford in his book The Great K & A Train Robbery originally published as a serial in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine in 1896.
Much of the film was shot on location in and around Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The film is notable for its use of breathtaking locations including shots along the Colorado River. Local residents gathered every day for three weeks to watch Mix and his famous horse, Tony, perform their own stunts. Many locals were used as extras. Mix brought the fifty-five cast and crew members, along with his family, to Colorado in two Pullman train cars along with two special baggage cars.
Starring Tom Mix and Dorothy Dwan
With well over 200 high profile shows already throughout the U.S. in 2016-18, BOS have become known as the top touring Eagles Tribute band in America.
The Eagles themselves sold over 120 million albums worldwide, and their music brings instant fond memories to the millions who bought their records and attended their concerts.
It has been said repeatedly by fans of The Boys Of Summer after watching them, "Close your eyes, and you're there".
Some notable quotes:
We had dinner after our show Saturday and we got to talking about Boys Of Summer.... we were all impressed....You've got the Eagles down and I personally am a huge fan of all those songs .... When we were out on tour back in the day we did several shows with them and they were perfect every night.....Anyway please tell the rest of the band to keep up the great work! I'm sure we'll work together again! All The Best, - Cory Lerios of Pablo Cruise, Lerico Entertainment