30 YEAR OLD BUCK FORD IS A SINGING AND RECORDING COUNTRY MUSIC
Nashville recording artist Buck Ford focuses on keeping that authentic country sound mixed in with his modern style edginess. Bucks influences consist of George Strait, Haggard, Mark Chesnutt, Daryle Singletary, Keith Whiteley, just to name a few. Buck and his band pride themselves on the fact that their performances “bring back to life” that authentic country sound with an edgy modern new flavor.
Buck is now 30 with a wife and two boys. Buck began his story as a professional motocross racer, riding the circuit for over a decade. He received a full ride endorsement with a Honda team through the West Coast Super Cross Series in 2009. He placed his riding career on hold to pursue his love and passion for country music. Despite his dedication and talent in the professional motocross scene, his heart has always been in country music. Buck is now headlining his own shows playing his own music all over the states as well as internationally. Buck and his hometown band have been successfully playing for over a decade now and Buck has 5 Nashville records under his belt. Buck has performed from major stage concert venues to fairs, festivals, rodeos, clubs, private events, weddings, and corporate events. He and the band have shared the stage with so many of the big names. Daryle Singletary, Jason Micheal Carrol, Steve Azar, Easton Corbin, Justin Moore, Chris Young, Wynonna Judd, Steel Magnolias, Ty Herdon, Cody Johnson, John Michael Montgomery, Aaron Tippin, Jon Pardi, Arron Watson, Clint Black, Wade Hayes, Dustin Lynch and many times with Mark Chestnut. Buck has been able to combine the creative heart of country music with his values learned from his motocross endeavors, of dedication, discipline and perseverance. He has the strong professional work ethic to back up his notable vocal talent. He exudes the charisma that audiences, both young and old, appreciate and relate well to; people seem to like Buck for his authenticity to the country sound and his ability to get out and party with any audience/stage that’s thrown in front of him.