I admit that I'm a crier.

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Our regular listeners have heard me cry on-air as we've discussed tough topics, or when I'm overtaken with pride as I tell a story about one of my five kids.

To be human is to cry, and it's not something I'm ashamed of.

I'm telling you all of this to give you a tear warning for when you watch Ian Munsick's new stripped version of his song "Come Home To You."

This new video is Ian's wonderful unique singing, his guitar, and the amazing fiddle work of Wynton Grant...that's it.

The background is pictures of Ian's beautiful family, including footage from the last year of his son's life that perfectly mirrors the emotions and stories in the song lyrics.

I come home to you
Baby, when I come home to you
It's all worth it when that front door opens and I see perfection
God knows it's the closest that I get to Heaven
When I come home
Baby, when I come home to you

 

One of the comments on Ian's YouTube Channel said "Finally someone who sings about real life. My new favorite song."

Amen.

As Ian said in a recent interview, he's bringing the west to the rest.

That means sharing stories that illustrate his childhood growing up in Northern Wyoming on a ranch with his brothers.

And if this is the first you've ever heard of Ian Munisk...you're welcome because your life will definitely be better now than it was before.

Code Of The West: Wyoming State Code of Ethics

"The Code of the West" was declared the official state code of Wyoming, and the act was signed into law on March 3rd, 2010. Wyoming is the first state to adopt a code of ethics. The legislation chose ten ethics derived from the book "Cowboy Ethics" by James P. Owen