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n. Western US
Variant of waddy2.
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In fact, he's shared the stage with a long list of country greats like George Strait, Merle Haggard, Alabama, The Judds, Dolly Parton, Joe Ely, Rodney Crowell, B.J.Thomas and Waddie Mitchell.
I met Waddie Mitchell, who performs tonight at the Shedd, in a rural Idaho courthouse during a fall sleet storm in 1982.
Today, thousands of visitors flock to this northeastern corner of Nevada each January to see dozens of the nation's top cowboy poets and musicians, including superstars such as Baxter Black, Waddie Mitchell and Don Edwards, perform during a three-day celebration.
Waddie, 47, of 701 Main St., Worcester, charged with shoplifting (third or subsequent offense), amended from shoplifting, sentenced to 90 days in the House of Correction.
People also called him a cattleboy, cowpuncher, cowpoke, drover, wrangler, vaquero, buckaroo, ranahan, rannie, and waddie. He was a skilled working stiff--the horseback equivalent of an autoworker or coal-miner.
With: John Milius, William Fraker, Annie Proulx, Adam Jahiel, Dan Israels, Waddie Mitchell.