Keeping the Wild West Alive
Trick Roping Humorist
Its No Coincidence
Marty Tipton has Talent'
He's a Native Oklahoman with
relative ties to the legendary Will Rogers
He will expertly keep your audience’s focus, get your message across, and carry out his role
with perfect timing, guaranteeing that the whole occasion is a success.

Bound to captivate with his witty and magnetic stage persona is renowned for his uncanny
ability humor audiences while performing amazing lasso spinning stunts with ropes up to
100 feet long. As a professional entertainer, he will delight attendees at your celebrations as
he flawlessly moves from one trick to the next as audiences listen and watch with
amazement.

Articulate, creative, and unforgettable, this skilled presenter will make all the difference at
your special occasion, and is ideal for ceremonies, gala dinners, corporate events, product
launches, private parties, conferences and more, and is now available to book for events
worldwide.

Professional experience in Live Stage Entertainer, Radio and TV presenter, Product Launch
Compere, Event Host, Emcee, Event Compere, Celebrity Event Host, Festival Entertainer.
Marty Tipton
Trick Roping Humorist
Western Heritage Consultant
An all-around live entertainer who is sure to make your
event stand out, and his charismatic humor and lasso
spinning performance is the perfect choice when it
comes to keeping your guests engaged.

Always popular, this modern day western entertainer
with over 20 years of experience offers something for
everyone with his dynamic presenting style,
demonstrating his talents as an humorist and trick
roper with a fantastic set of skills that is certain to have
mass appeal. A professional performer committed to
making every occasion a memorable experience, this
master of ceremonies and entertainment specialist is
bound to be the highlight of your celebrations.

Versatile and creative, Tipton has an extensive event
hosting background, having entertained audiences
around the world at all manner of occasions. Building
an instant rapport with guests, he brings passion and
energy to every performance, and can easily adapt to
any situation, ensuring that your event is in safe hands.
Corporate Gatherings
Charles Schwab Finical
Holiday Hoedown Longtree CO
When Marty was in his early grade school years he would walk to his
grandmothers house after school everyday. She would give him a treat
and tell him stories about growing up in the Wild West.  Delia rode in a
wagon across the largest county in Oklahoma called Osage from the
Vinita area to meet her husband Dale. Dale worked in the 101 Ranch Wild
West  Show performing and training horses.  Marty's grandmother also
told him stories about the Pawnee Bill Wild West Shows and her visits
with Will Rogers. One of her favorite sorties was about the unveiling of
the Pioneer Woman in 1930. She said Will had everyone rolling with
laughter when he commented about the Pioneer Woman having a girdle
on the prairie. After the unveiling  of the statue Will and Delia had a picnic
together and she recalls him talking to her about the pickled watermelon
that was so popular. Delia received letters from Will over the years from
places he had visited around the world. One of the letters Marty recalls
her reading was about the Mississippi floods. Delia keep the letters at in
her dresser tied in a blue ribbon Marty recalls.
Pioneer Woman
Marty has relative ties to the
legendary Will Rogers by way of
his great grandmother Delia
McSpadden. He would spend
many hours after school listening
to Delia's stories about his
grandfather  who was a Wild West
show performer and the times she
spent with her cousin Will Rogers.
Marty R. Tipton
Live Entertainer / Director
2015 NORDAM Aerospace Banquet
Kelly Ogle, Tipton & State FFA members
assisted Wings during the fund raiser.
Wings Mission: to enhance the lives of
adults with developmental disabilities through
social, vocational and residential programs
guided by the principles of the Bible.
Museum has created a exhibit highlighting
the women who organized, managed, and
performed in Wild West shows. These
skilled women toured the world in the late
19th and early 20th centuries, influencing
millions with their courage, determination,
and independence. The women of the Wild
West shows represented idealized images
of the past, but they were also agents of
cultural change who challenged the
expectations of what women were capable
of doing.
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Annie Oakley
Worlds Best Marksman
Kelly Ogle Chanel 9 News
Cowboy Comedian The Oklahoma
Kid along with Comedian Mark Curry
performing Comedy Central

"Laughter is the best Medicine"

Sold Out performance @
Albuquerque Convention Center
August 2015
Tipton works along side Mark Curry and is
possibly comedy's best kept secret and
undoubtedly one of the funniest comedians
in the world. Curry got his big break in
1992 as the star of hit television series
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, and went on to
star in The Drew Carey Show, Martin, and
The Jamie Foxx Show.
Tipton in supports our military Troops by
working with Big & Rich, Fort Sill Oklahoma.
Marty is a veteran of US Army 82nd Airborne
and is honored to participate in motivating out
troops. He worked with Colonel Waters of Ft.
Sill to make the show a huge success.
Speaking for the Smithsonian
Institute traveling exhibit on
Women of the Wild West.
Attempted to break his own record and spinning the worlds
largest loop of over 120 feet and comes only few feet short.
You can see the rope being feed into the loop that was
stretched out the back stage door.
Broadway Production
Will Rogers Follies
Will Rogers played by Marty Tipton
The Autry ~ Los Angeles California
Marty Tipton and The Cowboy Way
by JENNA LOMEL
Tipton is about as close as one can get
to the American cowboy of yore this
side of the year 2000..
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Past Productions
Albuquerque Convention Center
Boots & Bling
Motivating audiences teaching country line dancing
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Product media launch for Procter & Gamble new line Old Spice called
SWAGGER was held in Granby Colorado at the C Lazy U Ranch. Tipton was a
guest at the ranch while hosting and performing for Procter & Gamble with
ropes made of kavelar that were set on fire for the performance. Tipton is an
advisor for commercial use for western themed productions.
Tipton is a project advisor on western theme productions. Procter
and Gamble 2106 Old Spice promotions are Wild West themed.
Media writers form GQ, Esquire and other sources were on hand
interview Tipton after he entertained with trick ropes that were on fire.
Tipton and commercial Actor
Alfredo for Old Spice
Have your boss or guest on
stage for a little fun!
Trick Roper & Cowboy Humorist
Marty Tipton also known as the Oklahoma Kid
Marty Tipton also known as the Oklahoma Kid is a Trick
Roper & Cowboy Humorist. He is also a  fourth generation
lasso spinning artist. Tipton has been performing for over
20 years  publicly every since the age of 9 years old.  Tipton
has perfected his cowboy lasso spinning performance after
20 years  publicly every since the age of 9 years old.  Tipton
has perfected his cowboy lasso spinning performance after
decades of training. He also has relative ties to the
legendary Will Rogers by way of his Grandmother
McSpadden so its no wonder why trick roping and humor
in his blood. In 2014 Tipton toured from New York to L.A.
directing and performing in televised appearances across
the nation including ABC Good Morning America and the
Travel Chanel Touring America.
Marty R. Tipton
Cowboy/Comedian
For generations Tipton's forefathers performed in and were event directors for legendary
shows like the Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show, 101 Ranch Wild West Show, Buffalo Bill
Wild West Show, Tom Mix Circus and in fact he has relative ties to the famous trick roper
and actor of the 1930s Will Rogers. For generations and in fact he has relative ties to the
famous trick roper and actor of the 1930s Will Rogers. For generations Tipton's
forefathers performed in and were event directors for legendary shows like the
Performance genes have trickled down through the generations and are clearly evident
when you see him speak and perform. If you ever seen a someone engaging with the
audience and twirling a rope at the same time it was probably Tipton. Since Will Rogers
himself Tipton is the only cowboy known to crack up an audience while spinning a lasso.
He has performed in just about every type of venue imaginable making crowds laugh in
everything from professional sports games to the Broadway productions like the Will
Rogers Follies.  Tipton has taken the art of trick roping to new extremes like nothing ever
seen before. If you interested how to hire a lasso spinning cowboy and humorist  or need
any assistance western theme event contact Tipton Entertainment on how to produce or
book a performance today.
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Broadway Production
Will Rogers Follies
Event Host
Perkins Old Settlers Day
City and State Festivals
McAlester Wild West Festival
Product Launch
Proctor & Gamble
Emcee and Event Host
Stanford Society Washington D.C.
On average, a single herd of cattle on a long drive (for example, Texas to Kansas railheads) numbered about 3,000
head. To herd the cattle, a crew of at least 10 cowboys was needed, with three horses per cowboy. Cowboys
worked in shifts to watch the cattle 24 hours a day, herding them in the proper direction in the daytime and
watching them at night to prevent stampedes and deter theft. The crew also included a cook, who drove a chuck
wagon, usually pulled by oxen, and a horse wrangler to take charge of the remuda, or spare horses. The wrangler
on a cattle drive was often a very young cowboy or one of lower social status, but the cook was a particularly
well-respected member of the crew, as not only was he in charge of the food, he also was in charge of medical
supplies and had a working knowledge of practical medicine
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In 1864 the adventurous half Cherokee Native American trader from Tennessee
named Jesse Chisholm scouted out the trail from Texas through Oklahoma Indian
territory north as a means to transport his goods in his wagon from one trading post
to another. The trail named after Jesse soon became the main highway for driving
cattle north. The long horn cattle were the choice of cattle because of their ability to
fight of disease and survive the harsh drive north. The live stock owners  were
called Cattlemen and the workers commissioned with driving the cattle were called
the Cowboys. The cattlemen decided to have their cattle dove north to be sold for
10 time their worth in Texas. One long horn may only bring $4 south in Texas were
as if the cowboys could deliver the cattle to a railroad station called the Railhead in
Kansas they were likely to fetch $40 or more a head.  Driving cattle north up through
Indian territory otherwise known as Oklahoma was a long and dangerous job and
the trail its self ran about 1000 miles and could take two months to complete.
A people without the knowledge of their past history,
origin and culture is like a tree without roots.
Wrangler Representative
2016 National Finals Rodeo
Las Vegas NV
Last Authentic
Wild West  
Show in the World
Trick Roping Comedian
Marty Tipton
Chisholm Trail 150 Year Celebration
Performances Avaliable
Looking for a once in a lifetime experience that is memorable, then the Oklahoma Kid,
Marty Tipton is the Cowboy for you. Marty has became the best trick roping humorist
since Will Rogers himself. Like Will, Marty is an authentic cowboy who grew up on a
working cattle ranch in Oklahoma and worked his way to the Broadway lights
by
spinning his rope and using witty humor to entertain audiences across America. Tipton's
5 Star class act has been performed for Fortune 500 companies as well as professional
sports time halftime shows. Each and every appearance is special because he takes
time to meet guest
, even teaching them to spin a trick rope for themselves. From
tuxedo balls to small-town gatherings Tipton is the perfect choice for your next
gathering. His appearances will leave your guest with an experience of a life time they
will never forget.
Oklahoma Governor Fallin and Tipton having
dinner at the mansion in Oklahoma City