Boomer McLennan
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Boomer McLennan

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"Boomer McLennan"

“Better than we ever expected! He brought down the house. One of the best shows we’ve had.”
-Country Star American Music Grill, Hollywood

“This guitar-strummin’ young’un bridges the gap between traditional country and today’s more pop influenced stuff, pulling together influences like (impossible as it may sound) Johnny Cash and Garth Brooks. McLennan’s roots give him extra cred: He perfected his songwriting sitting by the campfire at night, after a hard days work at the cattle ranch. To borrow a phrase from another genre, he’s too legit to quit.”
EAT’M, Las Vegas Review Journal

“Boomer is awesome! He rocks! He is going to be huge!”
Bo Reynolds, KZLA 93.9FM Radio, Los Angeles

“Boomer is the best entertainer to come through our doors. His impeccable voice seems to caress each note as his energy and emotion draw you in, not only to hear, but also experience each song. He’s one of the few who can keep the audience hanging on each and every word. Way to go, cowboy!”
Ginny Hicks, Assistant Manager-
Spanish Springs Ranch

“Fantastic! This man has universal appeal. Vocal excellence, songwriting, integrity, professionalism – it’s all there…Truly a gift to country music!”
Lomita Chamber of Commerce

“I think he is going to be as big as Garth Brooks. So look out for the name Boomer McLennan. He is going to be really big!”
David B. Smith
WNCL New Country Radio, Europe
- Various


5 CD's:
"Boomer McLennan"
"Hopeful Moon"
"Be Still"
"The Art of Living"




He’s been called a cowboy “from the heart.” This kind-hearted, humble “country boy” captivates audiences with his heartwrenching delivery of fresh country tunes. He lives his songs, and he’s not afraid to reveal his heart on stage so you can live them too.

Early on, Boomer had a natural affinity for music. He started tinkering with the guitar at age eight, and by twelve, had moved on to duplicating his favorite songs. By the time high school rolled around, he was playing weddings and special engagements. Although he had been singing in church since his early days in Sunday school, Boomer got his first real taste of singing in college, when he was asked to lead a musical group for a campus club. He then went on to perform in numerous concerts and make guest appearances on county music video programs. Buoyed by positive reviews, he decided to pursue his dream of a career in country music.

While working on a cattle ranch, Boomer would sing around the campfire at night to keep his music alive. He later formed a “country trio” which took second place in a state music competition. Throughout this time he committed himself to writing songs, heartfelt country songs. “I’ve always loved songs that tell the story of real life, songs that reveal the heart,” he explains, citing George Strait, Hank Williams, Paul Overstreet, Johnny Cash, and Garth Brooks as just a few of his influences. With a saddlebag of songs and dreams, Boomer began to travel extensively, singing in some of country music’s most respected places including: The Palace and The Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Country Star-Hollywood, Gilley’s, The Crazy Horse, The Palomino, The Coach House, Spanish Springs Ranch, the Ritz-Carlton in Kansas City, and on the nationally syndicated radio show “Boot Scootin’ Partying Nights with Bo Reynolds.” He and his band have also played world-wide for crowds upwards of 30,000 people.

In the past two years, Boomer has been recognized with numerous awards including Nashville’s Golden Music Awards “Male Rising Star,” The Online Country Association’s “Rising Star” and “Best Web Site,” as well as Orange County’s “Best Out of County” award. Boomer has traveled world wide headlining his own shows as well as opening for such notable acts as Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, George Jones, Don Williams, Chris LeDoux, Marty Stuart, Sawyer Brown, Lee Greenwood, Billy Dean, Tracy Lawrence, Rascal Flatts, Ty Herndon, John Berry, and many others.

Boomer can stretch the boundary of traditional country music, then bring you back in with an emotionally intense ballad. All in all, it’s the heart and soul of the music that matters. When BOOMER McLENNAN pours out his soul in song, people listen. “I sing from my heart. It’s all I’ve got. It’s all that I know to do,” he says. Anyone who has heard his passionate delivery would agree.