Riders Ford
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Riders Ford

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States | SELF

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States | SELF
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Founded in 2008, Riders Ford cut their teeth in the bars and honky-tonks of Oklahoma. They released their first album “We Rage On” in 2010 and with no financial backing the self-produced, self-recorded CD sold over 1,000 copies. With their freshman effort Riders Ford created a full length album that covered an emotional spectrum.  The depth of songwriting and musicality reverberated with fans of red dirt country music. Without organized radio push “We Rage On” received tremendous grass roots support from midwestern radio stations that featured up-and-coming independent country artists. The party anthem "Wormy's Song" (Let’s Get Drunk & Rodeo) was given unsolicited airplay from Oklahoma City all the way to Kansas City.

Riders Ford found their sound the old fashioned way through rigorous road testing. Preferring to learn in the trenches instead of the rehearsal studio, the band honed their sound via live shows. From performing at dingy little corner bars to State Fair stages, from bike rallies to rodeos, and from small town festivals to luxurious resorts Riders Ford has gained a loyal following. The band has shared the stage with such red dirt notables as Kevin Fowler, Cody Canada, Jason Boland, Casey Donahue, Bart Crow, the Great Divide, Brandon Jenkins, the Red Dirt Rangers, William Clark Green, Rich O'Toole, Bo Phillips, Curtis Grimes, the Damn Quails, Chad Sullins and many more.

With the 2014 release of their studio album "Shot In The Dark" Riders their debut single, "This Ain't a Song" was able to break into the top 30 of the Texas Regional Radio Report and the top 50 of the Texas Music Charts. Riders Ford charted three more songs off that album and produced the much lauded video for "The Bottle". The band was nominated for the TRRR Newcomer of the year award and placed themselves firmly on the map of up and coming independent artists.

Currently the band is touring in preparation for the 2016 release of its much anticipated follow up album "Home to Oklahoma."

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