America’s favorite singing cowboys are still saddled up and singing after 30+ years. The quartet of madcap cowpokes consists of Ranger Doug, Idol of American Youth; Too Slim, the Fastest Wit in the West; Woody Paul, King of the Cowboy Fiddlers; and Joey, the CowPolka King. Perpetual crowd-pleasers, this Grammy-winning quartet mixes authentic Western music with yodeling, rope tricks, and a whole heap of crackpot humor—in the timeless tradition of Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. In addition to winning two Grammys and being inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, Riders are in the Western Music Association's Hall of Fame, the Country Music Foundation's Walkway of Stars, and the Walk of Western Stars. With these and countless other awards and accolades, it comes as no surprise that Billboard magazine's Jim Bessman counts them as one of "the most historically significant acts in the history of American music."