. Rodeo Songs

Justin McBride [Songs]

Justin Travis McBride (born August 7, 1979) is a former professional bull rider on the PBR's Built Ford Tough Series Tour. He is a two-time PBR World Champion (2005 and 2007), has a record 32 career wins, and was the first professional bull rider to earn more than $5 million in the course of his career. He is a country music singer and is also one of the color commentators of the Built Ford Tough Series telecasts on CBS Sports Network and NBC Sports Network.

Justin Mcbride - Don't Let Go 

      Justin McBride - Live at Billy Bob's Texas

Justin McBride - Everybody Loves a Cowboy

Prca [Songs]

Annually, the PRCA sanctions about 600 of the most elite multiple-event rodeos on the continent, in 37 states and three Canadian provinces – the cream of the crop among thousands of rodeo-related events that take place each year in North America. As a membership-driven organization, the PRCA works to ensure that every event it sanctions is managed with fairness and competence and that the livestock used is healthy and cared for to the highest standards.The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., is the largest and oldest rodeo-sanctioning body in the world.

Cowboy Up The Official PRCA Rodeo Album

Cowboy Up, Vol. 2 Official PRCA Rockin Rodeo Album

Cowboy Up, Vol. 3 Third Official Prca Rodeo 


Prca - Ultimate Ride Vl. 01 

8 Seconds Soundtrack CD

Colby Yates [Songs]

Colby Yates is a ProfessionalBull Rider  that doubles as a singer.  

Here you have two drives him to make the downloads!

Colby Yates - Right Amount Of Renegade

Colby Yates - Rodeo Album

Boots,Buckles & Spurs - 50 Songs Celebrate 50 Years of Cowboy Tradition [Box Set]

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Sony BMG rounded up the best of rodeo-country songs ever recorded. Fifty tracks feature a “Who’s Who” of country music stars, from Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings to Emmylou Harris, Gene Autry and Brooks & Dunn. There’s no other legend like the cowboy. There’s no other sport like rodeo. And there’s no other collection like Boots, Buckles & Spurs.

How do you pick the 50 greatest rodeo songs of all time ? 

Check out this review and Q&A with the co-producers to find out.

Boots,Buckles & Spurs - Collectanea

PBR [Songs]

This is not a rodeo. We don't rope calves, and we don't chase barrels.

This is bull riding, and the first rule is just to stay alive.

Headquartered in Colo., the Professional Bull Riders, Inc. was created in 1992 when a group of 20 visionary bull riders broke away from the traditional rodeo scene seeking mainstream attention for the sport of professional bull riding. They felt that, as the most popular event at a rodeo, bull riding deserved to be in the limelight and could easily stand alone. Each rider invested a hard-earned $1,000, a few of them borrowing from family and friends, to start the PBR.

In early 2007, Spire Capital Partners finalized a deal with the PBR Board of Directors to acquire the interests of many of the retired founding riders and invest in the growth of the organization. Those first 20 bull riders had turned their $1,000 into millions. Owned today by 44 cowboys, management and Spire Capital, the PBR continues to establish milestones in organizational revenue, bull rider earnings, record breaking performances, and media attention.
It still relishes the title of being the fastest growing sport in the country.

More than 1,200 bull riders from the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Canada, and Mexico hold PBR memberships. They compete in more than 300 bull riding events per year on either the elite tour, which is the Built Ford Tough Series, the Touring Pro Division, or the PBR International circuits (PBR Australia, PBR Brazil, PBR Canada and PBR Mexico). The ultimate goal for PBR athletes each year is to qualify for the prestigious PBR World Finals in Las Vegas where the coveted title of PBR World Champion is decided.

Dancin' with Thunder (The Official Music Of The PBR Professional Bull Riders)

   PBR All Stars - Buck And Roll Vol. 01 

Sunny Ledfurd -The Toughest Songs on Dirt

Chris LeDoux

Chris LeDoux was a Rodeo Cowboy who sang and recorded songs in his spare time and sold his albums from the back of his truck. With his father, he started his own record label, American Cowboy Songs in 1970. Under that label he released 22 albums between 1971 and 1990. After gaining recognition from the 1989 Garth Brooks song, "Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)" he was signed to Liberty Records, where he released 4 studio albums in four years. He released 6 more albums including a live album under Capitol Records. "Horsepower" in 2003 was his last studio album before his death in 2005. Nine official compilation albums have been released between 1994 and 2008. 20 Greatest Hits has been certified platinum.

LeDoux has released a total of 33singles, most of them from his major label albums. While most of hissingles failed to chart or missed the top 40, his most famous song isthe duet with Garth Brooks, "Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy"which charted at #7 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. Thefollow-up single, "Cadillac Ranch" reached #18


Chris LeDoux - 1970 albums

Chris LeDoux - 1980 albums

Chris LeDoux - 1990 albums

Chris LeDoux - 2000 albums

Compilation albums