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As Boyce's popularity became established throughout Wales and the United Kingdom, he became involved in many side projects, including three books, several television series and televised concerts, and three multi-part television specials produced by Opix Films.His spoken and sung poetry was first collected in Max Boyce: His Songs and Poems in 1976, with an introduction by Barry John.He held concerts in Adelaide and Melbourne, but the highlight was his sold-out performance at the Sydney Opera House, which was later released on DVD as Max Boyce: Down Under.Boyce continues to make headlines in the British press.The resulting four-part series, Max Boyce Meets The Dallas Cowboys was screened by Channel 4 in November that year.He returned to America in early 1984 to try his hand at being a cowboy in the rodeos of the Midwestern United States.The result of his bull riding and rodeo clown antics was Boyce Goes West, which also became a four-part series that was broadcast in June 1984.
This publication was followed up with a similar collection, I Was There! In 1982, Boyce went to the United States to be filmed participating at a training camp held by the Dallas Cowboys in California.
According to Boyce, "He (the Prince) said he was surprised it took them so long" to accord him this honour.
Boyce's greatest musical success in recent years was his 2003 tour of Australia, coinciding with the Rugby World Cup which was being hosted there at the time.
The following year, in 1999, he performed at the opening ceremonies of the 1999 Rugby World Cup in the Millennium Stadium, and of the Welsh Assembly.
Not long after, Boyce was included on the 2000 New Year Honours list, and received an MBE from Prince Charles in a ceremony at Cardiff Castle on 15 March that year.