Chris LeDoux Biography
Birthday: October 2, 1948 (Libra)
Born In: Biloxi, Mississippi, United States
Chris LeDoux was an American country music singer famous for his cowboy folk and rodeo rock ‘n’ roll. He had been a professional rodeo champion during his younger years and had a real cowboy voice. He sang with such enthusiasm, rhythm and tempo that the listeners felt like they were attending a rodeo in person. He gave his fans the feeling that they were as much a part of the performance as he was. He was a versatile singer who could sing a love ballad with as much feelings and passion as he could sing an upbeat, fun loving song. LeDoux belonged to a rare breed of singers who sang for the love of music and not for the money or fame. He described his music as a combination of cowboy folk, rodeo rock ‘n’ roll, country soul, and sage brush blues. He also wrote many of his compositions about rodeo life, borrowing from his own experience as a rodeo champion. His songs have an authentic feel to them due to which he has been called ‘A real country singer singing real country music.’ Chris LeDoux was a simple, straightforward man with a real passion for country music—much loved and respected by his fans and friends.