The radio show Pinto Pete in Arizona was a spin-off of its predecessor, Pinto Pete and the Ranch Boys. The show was centered around the character Pinto Pete, who was the "boss" and also happened to be a singing cowboy with an extra low voice.
Pete's loyal ranch hands cared for the boss and, likewise, he cared for them. During each of the 15-minute shows, there were several songs with at least one song that featured Pinto Pete's signature deep bassy voice.
At some point during each of the shows, Pete also tried to instill a short lesson, typically about faith and good morals.