July 1: The 118th anniversary of the Battle of San Juan Heights. Read Mark's article on how the battle put TR on the fast track to the presidency at The Daily Beast.
Aug. 10: American Museum of Western Art, Denver, Colorado.
Sept. 24: Rocky Mountain Storytelling Festival, Douglas County Library, Castle Rock, Colorado.
October 1: Mark performed old-time music with his son, Vance, at the annual Harvest Festival, Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site, Colorado Springs.
October 14: Memphis University School, Memphis, Tennessee.
December 17: Mark and Vance performed holiday songs and old-time fiddle and banjo tunes at Rock Ledge Ranch for its annual Holiday Evening.
Watch a scene from the Jesse James episode here.
June 11: Mark is one of the "talking heads" in the epic eight-part docuseries The American West, produced by Robert Redford and airing on AMC.
May 23: HarperCollins released the trade paperback edition of the multiple award-winning Rough Riders. Order your copy here.
August 16: Mark and his son Vance performed at the American Museum of Western Art, Denver.
October 7: Mark and Vance performed at the popular Rock Ledge Ranch Harvest Festival, Colorado Springs.
October 14: Private event, Paonia, Colorado, with Rex Rideout.
January 13: Private event, Rockmount Ranch Wear, Denver, Colorado.
April 7: Wild West History Association Mini-Roundup in Lincoln, New Mexico. Naturally, the focus of this one-day event will be Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett.
April 21: Performing nineteenth-century music with Vance Gardner at Spring on the Farm, Watkins Woolen Mill State Historic Site. More info here.
April 28: National Automobile Museum History Symposium, Reno, Nevada. More info here.
July 29: Fiddles, Vittles & Vino, Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site, Colorado Springs.
September 4: Release date for the graphic novel adaptation of Mark's multiple award-winning Shot All To Hell, wonderfully interpreted by artist Nate Olson. Published by Insight Comics and distributed by Simon & Schuster. More info here.