David Oakleaf is a singer/songwriter from the Flint Hills of Southeast Kansas. Oakleaf has spent the last 15 years in Nashville, Tennessee, performing and touring the country. His family recently moved back to the Midwest and now calls Oklahoma home.

Years on the grind in Nashville proved to be a rewarding for Oakleaf.  Oakleaf and his band, The Open Road, were regularly featured at the world famous “Wildhorse Saloon,” in the heart of Music City.  In addition to live performances at venues throughout the country, Oakleaf’s music has also been featured on CMT and the A&E network.  He has shared the stage with artists such as Pat Green, John Michael Montgomery, Jamey Johnson, Chris Young, Randy Houser, Big and Rich and many more. Oakleaf has also shared a memorable car ride down honky tonk row with Dierks Bentley and Sheryl Crow on an episode of “Car Pool Karaoke”.

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“…a 4-piece powerhouse known as David Oakleaf & The Open Road, whose tireless work ethic, high-energy shows, and all-for-one attitude have made them club and concert favorites for years throughout the South and Midwest…David Oakleaf & The Open Road have already hit the ground running and have generated huge buzz with country stations and their listeners…”

– PHIL SWEETLAND, New York Times Music+Radio contributor