Ned LeDoux To Open for Garth at Cheyenne Frontier Days


Dedicating Chris LeDoux Bronze Statue

New Music from Ned Coming Soon

Ned LeDoux To Open for Garth at Cheyenne Frontier Days

The Cheyenne Frontier Days event has always been special to the LeDoux family, and on July 23, 2021, Ned LeDoux will open the sold-out concert of his father’s good friend Garth Brooks. Next month’s 125th rodeo and western celebration is dedicated to the legendary Chris LeDoux, and earlier that day, son Ned will help dedicate a bronze statue of his bronc-riding champion father near the entrance to Frontier Park in Cheyenne. 

“To start the day honoring my dad with this amazing bronze statue and end it by sharing the stage with Garth will be a great day,” said Ned. “And definitely one to remember.”

The massive statue celebrates Chris LeDoux winning the 1976 bareback riding world championship. The original bronze is on display in LeDoux’s hometown of Kaycee, Wyoming. The front hooves of the Kaycee sculpture rest on Chris’ guitar, and the Cheyenne sculpture will stand on the Cheyenne Frontier Days logo with a guitar resting against the base. Renowned artist D. Michael Thomas created both statues.

Ned LeDoux To Open for Garth at Cheyenne Frontier Days

On the music front, Ned spent last year’s quarantine writing a flurry of new songs and has been back in the studio working on his third album. Again produced by Mac McAnally, fans can expect a steady roll out of new songs later this year with the album slated for early 2022.

This year marks 50 years since Chris LeDoux’s debut music release, Songs of Rodeo Life. To celebrate the anniversary, a 13-song, vinyl-only album of live and studio tracks will be available HERE beginning today, July 2, 2021. Ned contributes a song on the album as a true co-write between Ned, his father and McAnally. Ned found rough lyric ideas for the track “We Ain’t Got It All” in a file of unfinished songs, and the first new Chris LeDoux song in 20 years was created.
Well respected for his high-energy live shows that mix his western roots with the rock and roll influences he acquired in his youth, Ned is back on the road on his extensive tour sponsored by Just LeDoux It Whiskey.
  • 7/2/21 – Dickinson, ND – Rough Rider Days
  • 7/4/21 – Pueblo West, CO – The Gutterhouse
  • 7/8/21 – Kansas City, MO – Headlights Bar and Grill
  • 7/9/21 – Geneva, NE – Fillmore County Fair
  • 7/10/21 – Gering, NE – 5 Rocks Amphitheater
  • 7/17/21 – Scobey, MT – Daniels County Fairgrounds
  • 7/22/21 – Monte Vista, CO – SLV Ski Hi Stampede
  • 7/23/21 – Cheyenne, WY – Cheyenne Frontier Days
  • 7/24/21 – Sturgis, SD – Loud American
  • 7/30/21 – Lewistown, MT – Central Montana Fair
  • 7/31/21 – George, WA – Watershed Festival
  • 8/4/21 – Roseburg, OR – Douglas County Fair
  • 8/6/21 – McMinnville, OR – Yamhill County Fair
  • 8/7/21 – Chico, CA – The Tackle Box
  • 8/12/21 – Challis, ID – Braun Brothers Reunion
  • 8/25/21 – Manti, UT – Sanpete County Fair
  • 8/27/21 – Grand Junction, CO – Warehouse 2565
  • 8/28/21 – Carbondale, CO – Spring Creek Ranch
  • 8/31/21 – Hamilton, MT – Ravalli County Fair
  • 9/1/21 – Kalispell, MT – Flathead County Fairgrounds
  • 9/3/21 – Evanston, WY – Cowboy Days
  • 9/4/21 – Ft. Collins, CO – Sundance Steakhouse & Saloon
  • 9/9/21 – Post Falls, ID – Nashville North
  • 9/11/21 – Helena, MT – Helena Civic Center
  • 9/17/21 – Denver, CO – Grizzly Rose
  • 10/6/21 – Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
  • 10/7/21 – Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room
  • 10/16/21 – Prescott, AZ – Big Sting Festival

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