Chris LeDoux Music
Since 1971 World Champion Bronc Rider Chris LeDoux has won the hearts of country fans in the way no other country star has: He has been writing, singing, and recording songs about life on the rodeo road and about working cowboys from the perspective of someone who has lived it.
Born on October 2, 1948, LeDoux first won the Little Britches Rodeo Bareback World Championship, then Wyoming's high school bareback bronc riding championship. A few years later, on a rodeo scholarship, he was the National Intercollegiate Bareback Riding Champion. In 1976 he won the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association's (PRCA) world title. He remained a highly popular singer and performer, particularly among rodeo fans, until his death from complications due to cancer on March 9th, 2005. His recordings remain highly popular.
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