With the release of his critically acclaimed western album "Riding After Midnight" in June 2014, Clint Bradley is rapidly establishing himself as a new force in the world of Western music. Though currently based in the UK where he tours extensively across Europe and Scandinavia, Clint is hoping to perform live in the U.S. in the near future, and is keen to hear from promoters with any proposals or ideas on how to make that happen. For more information go to his website www.clintbradley.co.uk where you can sample music, videos and reviews. Contact him by email email@example.com or his facebook page. www.facebook.com/pages/Clint-Bradley/158783417512156 In California his album "Riding After Midnight" is exclusively available from www.scvoutwest.com Other outlets are listed on his website.
Joyce Woodson is a Grammy-nominated performer and the recipient of Song of the Year from the Western Music Association for “If I Hadn't Seen the West" in 2008 as well as Songwriter of the Year in 2014 for her multiple cuts (over 27) by other western music artists.
Joyce’s newest CD “Living the Western Dream” is a rich collection of original western songs about the west and the people who live in it. Her song “Thank Jack” is a fun upbeat tribute to Jack A.Weil who founded Rockmount Western Wear. "Girl on a Pony" deals with the heartache of caring for a parent with dementia. Her voice has been described as warm, soothing, and intimate.
To listen to song samples or order CDs visit Joyce’s website at: www.joycewoodson.com
GRACE CLARK AND SWINGITUDE
Grace Clark and Swingitude perform Western and Western Swing music. Grace sings and plays guitar, 5-string banjo and 5-string dobro. Lisa Burns sings and plays bass fiddle. Since forming their duo in 2013, they have performed at a variety of venues including the Monterey Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival and the WMA Annual Convention. Grace and Lisa have each played more than two decades in major touring Bluegrass bands and have published multiple recordings.
https://soundcloud.com/search?q=gracie%20riffs to sample music
Joe Herrington, The Prairie Sage, is a Novelist, Cowboy Poet and Western Storyteller who entertains nationally and internationally at festivals, theaters, corporate seminars, and conventions. His performances are filled with homespun, life lesson stories and poems told in the Western tradition of honor, courage and rugged characters. His performances not only entertain, but also prod the soul with a truer understanding of the deep values and solid character of the American Cowboy. Visit Joe at www.joeherrington.com
Call 661-252-4632H or 661-713-7482C
THE CAROLYN SILLS COMBO
Nominated for a 2016 and 2017 Ameripolitan Award and 2016 Academy of Western Artist Award for Western Swing Group of the year, fans are falling in love with The Carolyn Sills Combo. Their most recent release, Dime Stories Vol. 2, charted on the No Depression Year End List as one of the Top 15 new releases of 2016. The combo includes top players Gerard Egan on guitar, Charlie Joe Wallace (Johnny Paycheck,
Cake, Brennen Leigh, Rosie Flores) on steel guitar, Jim Norris (Lacy J. Dalton) on drums, Sunshine Jackson on harmony vocals and bandleader Carolyn Sills on bass and vocals. Sills and Egan's original songs are heavily influenced by spaghetti western films and their vinyl record collection, citing influences like Bob Wills, Patsy Cline, Marty Robbins, Merle Travis and Les Paul & Mary Ford. For more info and to shop for their music go to www.carolynsills.com
One of Montana’s talented Western singer/songwriters, Almeda's love of the cowboy life is found in her original expressions of the west. Writing poetry, songs and journals, as well as playing piano and strings from childhood, Almeda’s work stands above the ordinary. Her clear vocals, compelling stage presence and musicianship have made her an audience favorite on stages from Canada to California With four albums of original work, Almeda's song writing and poetry have been recognized by the Academy of Western Artists, the Western Writers of America and the Western Music Association for nominations and awards. You can listen and learn more here: www.almedam2bmusic.com and on www.cdbaby.com/cd/almedabradshaw and www.cdbaby.com/cd/AlmedaTerry
For bookings, please contact Almeda: 406-348-3282 or 406-855-8191 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
With his previous group, Buff has been blessed to have performed at the major cowboy poetry and music events across the southwestern United States. "The people that you meet are the most genuine that you will find in this day and age". In 2012 and 2016 Buff was nominated as 'Best Instrumentalist of the Year'. His original song, 'Beans', was nominated in both 'Best Original Western Song' and 'Best Western Swing Song' categories in 2012. Now he is playing guitar, writing and singing again. "This is something I must do. I am driven to it. I play Western music because it is part of who I am as a Christian man".
P.O. Box 284 Acton, CA 93510
MIKKI DANIEL Winner! Academy of Western Artists 2016 Female Artist of the Year!
Mikki Daniel is loved for her ability to spin a tale, her strong rhythm guitar and crystal clear voice. You can't help but love her personality, charm and engaging smile. Among her numerous accolades, she has received the WMA Female Performer of the Year Award, WMA Crescendo Award and the Western Swing Album of the Year Award from the WMA as well as the Rural Roots Commission for “Cowgirl Swing.” In 2014 she made history by being the youngest person to receive the prestigious New Horizons Wrangler Award for her debut CD, "Gotta Be A Cowgirl" and published her first historical fiction novel “Girls and Gunsmoke”. For more information about Mikki and her band Texas Wildfire go to www.MikkiDaniel.com, http://fb.me/MikkiDanielMusic
Bob Thomas is a singer/songwriter of Western music. His songs are like stories of a simpler time when cowboys roamed the plains ,friendships came and went, and bringing in the herd was what they lived for. Thomas' music provides beautiful melodies that take the listener back to the good ole' days of the West. He has been featured on WRSU-FM radio in New Jersey and chosen as a finalist of the Spur Award for "Best Western Song" by the Western Writers of America. His music and more information can be found on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby or directly from bobthomasmusic.com Bob has performed throughout the US and is available for concerts big or small. Contact him at email@example.com 818-640-7997 or through his website bobthomasmusic.com
CISCO JIM ACEVES
Cisco Jim’s performances are powerful & memorable, transporting audiences to the west, where a cowboy’s best friend is his horse. Cisco has been a featured performer for the WMA Convention Showcase Stage, several bluegrass festivals, and local venues. Cisco and his horse, Silverado, perform a mounted singing cowboy act, roving through county fairs, historic parks, and parades throughout California. Every summer weekend, Cisco Jim portrays the town marshal at Roaring Camp Big Trees Railroad in Felton, CA; singing about the west, keeping park visitors safe, & chasing trains with his trusty horse Silverado. Cisco leads the strictly tongue-in-cheek and seriously fun Western music & humor group known as “Los Bunkhouse Boys” (Cowboy Smothers Brothers with chiles). Contact Cisco Jim at Ranch: (831) 726-1046 Cell: (408) 607-0437 firstname.lastname@example.org
Award winning singer/songwriter/guitarist with a deep distinctive vocal quality that will capture your attention.
Singer/songwriter. Originally from St Petersburg, Florida. Has lived in Los Angeles, California since 1976.
Ron credits Marty Robbins as a major influence on his writing. Since 2008, he has written and produced four CD s of completely original material: Silver Screen Heroes and Other Legends, Into the West, , Borderline Career and Outside the Fence. Available on CD Baby, itunes, Spotify, and Google Play.
Into the West was awarded Album of the Year 2016 by the Academy of Western Artists and in 2017, Ron was nominated by the AWA for Best Male Vocalist. Most recent performance was on The Out West Stage at the 2018 Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival.
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John performs original and traditional Western music throughout the Southwest. His family-friendly show has been a favorite in California venues such as The Coffee Gallery in Altadena, The Autry National Museum of the West in Griffith Park, The Tumbleweed Festival in Simi Valley as well as private parties and television appearances. He has regularly been invited to perform at festivals and house concerts in Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. John has served as a chapter officer and on the WMA National Board of Directors. Samples of John's performances can be seen here by clicking on CD Baby and You Tube Contact John at WSOMmusic@AOL.com or call 661-714-2019.
DUST IN MY COFFEE
Dust in My Coffee featuring singer/songwriter Brett Bush is simply a cowboy band capturing the spirit of the North American West. The band performs and writes original songs that express many of their own experiences. Brett is a cowboy who shares his vision of the folklore and western way of life through his music. Dust in My Coffee offers a fresh sound of traditional western music blended with Celtic flavor. If you are searching for the Old West and the real cowboy life, this band will feed your hunger. Learn more at www.dustinmycoffee.com or facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Dust-in-my-coffee/311828775640494 email Chuck Jamison at email@example.com or call 916-952-3953
INTERNATIONAL WESTERN MUSIC ASSOCIATION
JIM AND BOBBI JEAN BELL
As Purveyors of Fine Western Goods and owners of OutWest retail venue , Jim and Bobbi Jean are also fine supporters of all things Western entertainment. In 2015 they were honored with The Bill Wiley Award from the Western Music Association for their efforts. Bobbi Jean co-hosts 2 online radio shows-Campfire Café and The Writer's Block. Jim and Bobbi Jean host The SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series at THE MAIN in Newhall, CA Follow them on facebook and for a complete listing of events go to their website here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 661-347-9700.