Last summer, he opened up for Garth Brooks on the opening night of Cheyenne Frontier Days (Frontier Nights) and this year, Ned LeDoux is making his way back to the capital city during the week of Cheyenne Frontier Days to play another show once again.

Ned is currently touring on the heels of releasing his new album, 'Buckskin'. The new album has 12 new tracks, which Ned wrote 8 of them himself. In case you've been following his social media, he's been announcing several shows. One of those shows he will be playing this summer is in Cheyenne during arguable the biggest week of the year for the capital city

Earlier this week, the Outlaw Saloon announced on their Facebook page that Ned LeDoux will be playing there on Saturday, July 23rd. Ned also has the show posted on his website. The show coincides with the second night of Cheyenne Frontier Days. You can currently purchase tickets through PurplePass at the link provided here.

Ned, of course, is from Kaycee, WY originally and his music definitely represents the western culture we all know very well. He's the son of the legendary, late, great Chris LeDoux, but Ned has made a name for himself on his own with his music, getting to play shows opening for the likes of the aforementioned Garth Brooks, Toby Keith, and Aaron Watson. What better way to kick off the first weekend of CFD week with a show from Wyoming's Ned LeDoux at the Outlaw Saloon on July 23rd.

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