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Quote from Chris LeDoux:

"What I want to be known for, on top of everything else, is that I was a good husband and family man."

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Here are two bronze sculpture that Chris LeDoux made. The left is of a man riding a bull "Eyeball to Eyeball" which he picked up awards in Wyoming and Nevada for. The right is of a bronc rider "Wild Horse Fit" that he gave to Charlie Daniels. Chris was very talented and had a huge heart.


The larger-than-life bronze statue of Chris LeDoux has made it's landing on June 19, 2010 in Kaycee at Chris LeDoux Memorial Park.

Garth Brooks @ the Wynn in Las Vegas. I got to experience this concert on June 26, 2010 and boy was this show AMAZING. Just Garth and his guitar, no frills but TONS of thrills. Don't pass up the chance to go if you get the opportunity, you wont be disappointed.

The Full Chris LeDoux CD Collection has been released: Capitol Records Nashville has re-released the entire career catalog from the late singer/songwriter and American music legend Chris LeDoux. The 2005 ACM Pioneer Award winner's career spanned more than three decades and produced 37 albums - all of which are now available online at all digital service providers. (more info)

Here is a letter from Al LeDoux (Chris' Dad) that I found in my Songs Of Living Free LP

Click here to view photos of my 28 different LP versions.


 

Check out the best collection of Chris LeDoux Lyrics on the internet with 281 songs unique songs.

Our Western Underground section is still keeping the LeDoux tradition alive

Remembrance - Chris LeDoux's ashes spread on Frontier Park Arena by his son Beau LeDoux (07/25/2007)

Beau LeDoux carrying on late father's rodeo tradition (03/12/2006).

Chris LeDoux has been inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame (07/16/2005)

Chris LeDoux lost his battle with cancer of the bile duct at age 56. He died Wednesday March 9, 2005 and his body was cremated March 10, 2005 per his wishes.