43 Miles North

The name “43 Miles North” references the miles from Green Valley, AZ (where we all reside) to the Mexico border!  The band started in 2014 playing cowboy western music and singing 3 & 4 part harmony songs.  The background of our band members is diverse.  All members have played music for years, resulting in a precise sound and wonderful harmony vocals.  We play throughout Arizona and our music reflects the love of the west.

Johnny Bencomo

I was born in Silver City, New Mexico in 1948 and raised in Las Cruces, New Mexico where I graduated from Mayfield High School. My first professional job was at the William Bonnie Saloon in Mesilla, New Mexico. In Tucson in 1971, I performed at night and worked odd jobs during the day, then in 1986 I performed at the Crystal Palace Saloon on Allen Street in Tombstone. I admire the people of the old west who left behind a prideful legacy, I enjoy sharing the stories of those brave folks in my music.

Cimarron Sidekicks

Cimarron Sidekicks sing contemporary western songs as well as songs from the Silver Screen, TV and radio. With cowboy standards that we all love, they bring back memories of the old west. Their cowboy poetry and audience sing-alongs, coupled with their great vocal harmonies and foot-stompin’ instrumentals, are just plain old-fashioned good fun! Both lead singer Bob “Lefty” Sampson and bass man Dan “Doc” Wilson have written original music and cowboy poetry for the group.

The Gray Amigos

Bio pending

Jon Messenger

Arizona singer/songwriter Jon Messenger offers a hearty stew concocted from the influences of an eclectic musical background. Jon’s original tunes have been well received by audiences at festivals and gatherings throughout the West, and these reflect Jon’s love of the myth, beauty, spirit and truth of the American West, past, present, and future. Jon’s vocal and acoustic guitar stylings blend to bring to his audiences a haunting and authentic portrait of cowboy life.

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