This one is from Glenn Ohrlin, telling a story in words and song, about Shoestring Annie.
I didn't link to a page for Glenn at the end of this video, because I couldn't find a Glenn Ohrlin home page. Here's his bio, as printed in the program:
"Glenn Ohrlin was born in Minneapolis in 1926 and has been a cowboy virtually all of his life. Glenn was 14 when his family moved to California. At age 16 he left home to become a rodeo bronc rider in Nevada. He worked as a ranch hand and rode the rodeo circuit for a number of years. Today he ranches and runs a cow outfit in the Ozark hills near Mountain View, Arkansas. Glenn is best known as a collector and performer of cowboy songs, range ballads, stories and poems. Named a National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellow in 1985, Glenn has a mesmerizing style that is understated, powerful and hilarious."
Here's the video: