David Bradley is a cowboy from the West Texas town of Muleshoe. His first love is Western music. He was influenced by his father, a World Champion Yodeler, who taught him to sing, yodel, sing harmony, and play guitar. He started playing piano at 5, and sang harmony with his dad's gospel quartet when he was 8.
It was a dream come true when David Bradley was invited to join the Grammy Award-winning Western music group the Sons of the Pioneers in 1988. While performing with this legendary group for 5 years, David became known as one of the greatest yodelers in the world, and still is today.
Through his work, David Bradley has been placed in the Smithsonian Institute, Western Music Hall of Fame, Singing Cowboy Hall of Fame, and the Western Swing Hall of Fame.
In 2012 he was named Yodeler of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists. David has also made numerous appearances on the Grand Ole Opry.
Today, David Bradley is very proud to be working and performing as general manager/band leader of the Flying W Wranglers Western music group. The Flying W Wranglers have been performing for over 65 years; they are the second-oldest Western music group in the world.
Doors open at 6:15 p.m. $10 general admission, $5 members and students w/ ID, free for ages 12 and younger. Baked goods, coffee, tea, and water available for purchase.