It's been one heck of a 2023 for Wyoming's Ian Munsick.

  • A new album called White Buffalo
  • huge performances
    • The Kelly Clarkson Show
    • Selling out the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville
  • Being on the jumbo screen high above Times Square in New York City
  • Gold Certified Songs

These are just a few of the accomplishments for Ian. When you put the work ethic of a Wyomingite, with the drive and determination to succeed, you can do whatever you put your mind to.

The music industry isn't an easy career to find success, there's definitely more than just jumping up in stage for a couple hours a night. There's long rides to get to the next town, perform and jump right back into the vehicle to the next place. Songwriting appointments, to keeping putting your thoughts down and try to get a big hit. There are business meetings, band meetings, promotion meetings, setlist meetings, merchandise meetings, band practice meetings and the meetings list goes on and on.

When an artist gets to a point where they've started making waves in the industry, there are a few things that you get that make it all worth it. For instance, Ian has been a Road Dog and making an impact in music, so to pull on a custom pair of Lucchese boots, all the hard work seems worth it.

Being from Wyoming is special and Wyomingites are proud of begin from here. What better way to show the world that you're from Wyoming, than to have the Wyoming flag on the front of your custom cowboy boots...just like Ian did.

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