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David Oakleaf started singing and playing guitar at the age of 11 in the local Opry House of Howard, Kansas. He’s been flat out layin’ it on the line ever since.   

David, a former ranch hand and cowboy, first became famous with country fans in 2007 when he was shone on CMT’s “Can You Duet” TV program, earning a Top 5 finish.   With industry doors opening, he moved to Nashville to pay some honky-tonk dues and hone his craft.  

All that hard work is surely paying off!  David Oakleaf and his band, The Open Road, is now regularly featured at the world famous Wildhorse Saloon in the heart of Music City.  In addition to live performances at venues throughout Nashville, the South and the Midwest, Oakleaf and band have recently appeared on television’s A&E network.  And they’ve shared the stage with acts such as Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Pat Green and John Michael Montgomery

This singer-songwriter is working on his third album – exciting new songs will be supported by a heavy touring and radio promotion schedule throughout the year.    You’ll see a lot of this adrenaline stoked cowboy this year – his high-energy performances are crowd-pleasing fun! 


“…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