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David Oakleaf is an All-American cowboy, hailing from the Flint Hills of Kansas. Picking up his first guitar at age 11, Oakleaf got his initial taste of the spotlight entertaining old timers at the local Opry House. His young adulthood was spent refining his distinctive sound and molding his message for listeners. His musical inspiration stems from Cherokee culture and his western roots. Original songs like, “Ride Cowboy Ride” and “Too Much Country,” are just a few that reflect the influence of Oakleaf’s upbringing. His talent quickly conquered the Midwest, one rodeo and dance hall at a time. With industry doors opening, he moved to Nashville to pay some honky-tonk dues and hone his craft.  

Years on the grind in Nashville have proven to be rewarding for the young singer-songwriter. Oakleaf and his band, The Open Road, are regularly featured at the world famous “Wildhorse Saloon,” in the heart of Music City.  In addition to live performances at venues throughout the South and Midwest, Oakleaf and his band have recently appeared on television’s A&E network.  He has shared the stage with acts such as Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Chris Young, Randy Houser, Pat Green, John Michael Montgomery and many others.

Oakleaf has recently completed his fifth album. His schedule has been chalked full with radio promotion and heavy touring, in support for electrifying new songs. His high-energy performances are crowd-pleasing fun – You’ll be hearing a lot of this down home cowboy in 2017!

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Cue the Rain made its debut February 14th & we are so thankful and excited to see the support from all of our fans. Make sure to check out iTunes and the music section of our website to hear the songs featured on the new record. Thanks again, and as always-- we'll see you on the open road!