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The best kept secret in music


"Bronco Billy"

BRONCO BILLY is a funny and poignant depiction of one man's quixotic devotion to the code of the Old West and traditional American values. - Yahoo! Movies


Texas Wasteland: 2006


Feeling a bit camera shy


BroncoBilly was officially re-formed in the spring of 2002 to fill a void. The two original members, D.U. Jamison (lead vocals, guitar) and Dean-o Romero Atwater Jr. (backing vocals, bass) met up at a rodeo in Sterling City, Texas, roundabout 1992. The two got down to business and played the best music they could from the start. After going nowhere fast and a few fist fights, they went their separate ways. A couple years ago, the two met up again by chance in a Greyhound Station outside of Cincinnati, Ohio and decided to reform. Soon thereafter, D.U. and Dean-o came across Don Williams (drums, backing vocals) who offered to join up and put a beating on the skins. He also gets his licks in whenever possible about the songs and how they might be improved. After recording the first 7 songs as a threesome for the upcoming 'Texas Wasteland' album, the boys determined they needed some improvement in the area of guitar and were finally able to track down their long lost guitar playing friend, Bud L. Moore (backing vocals, guitar). Since leaving Sterling Texas roundabout the turn of the millennium, Bud's been hunkered down in the backwoods of West Virginia perfecting his guitar playing ways.

Nowadays, BroncoBilly gets together when they can to drink Maker's Mark, write songs, make music and reminisce about the old days spent North of the Concho River.