.
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 Tipton  is a noted
contributor to the Cherokee Strip
Land Rush publication. Tipton
worked with Dr. Jay Price from
Wichita University. His stories
were published by Arcadia on
August 26th 2006. The book
contains 200 photos on 128 pages
and is distributed around the
globe at all major book stores. If
you would like to preview a copy
or purchase one they are
available on
Amazon.com or
Barns and Noble Book stores.
Dallas Tipton (left), Senator J. Berry Harrison
(middle), Marty Tipton (right)
Senator J. Berry is a real fan and toured the
Pawnee Bill Ranch with the Tiptons
Marty R. Tipton
Live Entertainer / Event Director
2015 Aerospace banquet
Each year we pick a different theme. This year we chose the United States and a western
theme, so we contacted Tipton. His entertainers were skilled and very sociable. Our
guest loved being able to interact with the performers. Over the 15 years I have been
CEO we have never seen such a wonderful production. It was exciting and energetic and
memorable.  I would recommend Tipton to anyone who was ever considering having a
gathering of any type. It was simple astonishing.

Mark Harris
Chief Executive Officer
National Lottery Commission
TESTIMONIAL
Marty Tipton (Kid) & Aunt Edna Tipton
Edna Irene Covalt Tipton is a third generation professional trick ropers in the family.  
Edna and Marty made over 300 appearances in 2007 for the Oklahoma Centennial.
Over 300 Performances in One Year.
Tipton and his Aunt Edna Covalt who is also a Trick
Roper herself appeared at 317 times on stage over
365 days during the Oklahoma Centennial. They
visited up three cities across the state of Oklahoma.
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.
For more information on  Wings
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I like to see things happen in the
world that won't happen by us sitting
around, and the best way to get started to
be happy and laugh. It's like catching a
breath of air."
Marty Tipton
Interview The Oklahoman News Press
Museum has created a new 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.
Annie Oakley
Worlds Best Marksman
Kelly Ogle Chanel 9 News
The Oklahoma Kid is a fourth generation
Wild West Show Entertainer and
a master of the trick roping and will be
demonstrating fancy rope spinning and
giving trick roping lessons to whoever is
willing to give it a spin.
Cowboy Comedian The Oklahoma
Kid along with Comedian Mark Curry
performing Comady Central

"Laughter is the best Medicine"

Sold Out performance @
Albuquerque Convention
Mark Curry 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 opening for Big & Rich
at Fort Sill Oklahoma. Tipton a veteran of US Army 82nd Airborne
and worked with Colonel Waters to make the show happen.
Tipton Speaks on behalf of
the Smithsonian Institute
on Woman of the Wild West
Attempted to break his own world record in spinning
the worlds largest loop of over 120 feet in and comes
only few feet short.
You can see the rope being feed into the loop that was
stretched out the back stage door.
Marty teaches and motivates
audiences by giving Line
Dancing
Nordam Aerospace Banquet
Tulsa Oklahoma
Its No Coincidence
the Oklahoma Kid has Talent
He is a Native Oklahoman with Relative Ties
to the Legendary Will Rogers
Tipton entertains using
trick roping and humor
combined, often calling up
audience members to
have a laugh in good taste.
Broadway Production
Will Rogers Follies
Will Rogers played by Marty Tipton
Tipton is a live entertainer and performs as Will Rogers all across the nation. His recent performances were held
at the Oklahoma city Civic Center for America the Beautiful and at the Roxy Theater this year in Muskogee were
Will himself performed years earlier.
Trick Roping Video Demonstration
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Trick Roper & Cowboy Comedian
Marty Tipton also known as the Oklahoma Kid
Marty Tipton
Marty Tipton also known as the Oklahoma Kid is a Trick Roper
& Cowboy Comedian. He is also a  fourth generation lasso
spinning artist. This trick roper has been in a cowboy and
entertainer his entire life. He has been performing cowboy rope
tricks 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. If you interested how to
hire a lasso rope spinning cowboy and humorist  or need any
asistance western theme gathering contact Tipton Productions
on how to book a performance today.

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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
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Tipton works in tailoring his act to exactly meet your requirements and as an entertaining host
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, Voice-
Over Artist
Live Entertainer
Marty Tipton
An all-around live entertainer who is sure to make your
event stand out, and his charismatic 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 comedian and trick
roper with a fantastic set 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.
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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
the Vaudeville Stage and Broadway Productions. The art of humor and rope spinning runs in the family
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. 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. Tipton
has taken the art of trick roping to new extremes like nothing ever seen before.