Own your very own numbered and signed print of Royal Wade Kimes’ original artwork, the 1800’s Cattle Baron’s Stockyard with … not sure how many? …cowboys hidden in the work!
To get your personal print, call 615-351-3167 to order! Be sure to ask about the cattle industry members discount!!
Buckaroo Hatters: www.buckaroohatters.com
America’s most popular Cowboy Country & Western Recording Artist Royal Wade Kimes, and the Nation’s top premiere hat maker ‘Buckaroo Hatters’ have joined forces in full endorsements. ‘The Gentleman Outlaw’ Royal Wade Kimes and band wore custom made Buckaroo Hats as they descended upon the streets of Covington Tennessee to shoot street side publicity and music band shots. Kimes and his band ‘The Packin’ Iron Posse’ played live acoustic numbers inside Buckaroo Hatters shop, while the cameras were rolling, catching rare one on one moments. Kimes has written platinum and gold records for Garth Brooks, Diamond Rio, Gene Watson and others, and has recorded twelve albums garnering multiple number one singles. He has appeared on the cover of True West Magazine, Horseman’s Roundup, and was featured in Country Weekly, the world’s largest country music magazine. Kimes has been nominated four times for a Will Rogers Award and has won the award twice. For more on Royal Wade Kimes go to www.royalwadekimes.com Buckaroo Hatters located in Covington, Tennessee is the nation’s premiere hat maker, owned and operated by Mike Moore. They are a custom hat maker and use only the highest quality materials in their hats. They have a secret coveted treatment used in every hat they make, which sets them apart from all other hatters. For more on Buckaroo Hatters go to www.buckaroohatters.com
Announcing a first ever JUNE Trail RIDE!
The Gentleman Outlaw Royal Wade Kimes has been nominated by the Academy of Western Artists (AWA) for the Will Rogers Award. The esteemed category is for the Most Outstanding Male Performer in Western Music.
Royal Wade and his Packing Iron Posse band perform for diverse audiences across the country such as Colleges, Performing Arts and Theater venues. He has introduced The Gentleman Outlaw Brand of Western Music to the critical masses around the world through cable network and other media outlets, and with his last CD release, “A Proud Land”, endorsements and sponsors have clambered aboard.
The AWA Awards Show will be held in Irving, Texas March 29th, 2014 at the Sheraton Hotel in the Grand Ball Room.
Royal Wade Kimes has written platinum and gold records, and has numerous number one songs to his credit. He is one of a chosen few to record a duet with Garth Brooks, the western love song “Night Birds.” He has graced the cover of the famed True West Magazine, Equine World, and Horsemen’s Roundup.
Royal Wade has produced and directed award winning projects in film and music depicting the West. Known as a prolific songwriter, he is also a published western author in audio and print. For more about Royal Wade Kimes go to http://www.royalwadekimes.com/.
Country and Western Recording Artist Royal Wade Kimes, a Chester, Arkansas native, started the Mount Royal Trail Ride in October of 2006 and the tradition continues today. This year’s ride takes place October 3-5, 2014 and is located in the mountains along the scenic border of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Riders come from all over the United States and ride the same trails that Cole Younger, Belle Starr, Cherokee Bill and other outlaws rode in the 19th century.
What is the Mount Royal Trail Ride?
The Mount Royal Trail Ride is a two-day horse trail ride through historically important and some of the most beautiful countryside in northwest Arkansas, led by Royal Wade Kimes. The ride has seen a 90% return of riders each year, which is a testament to not only the ride but the whole experience. It is awesome!
“The Gentleman Outlaw” takes radio show ratings out the roof!
Royal Wade Kimes to honor vets with ‘American Hero Concert’
October 16, 2013
The Liberty Center Association for the Arts and Starline Brass is thrilled to welcome Royal Wade Kimes back to the Liberty Center stage. The concert will be Saturday, Nov. 9 beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. The show is always a rousing, energetic, packed concert. Kimes will pay tribute to our American heroes during the show. Join us at the Liberty Center to celebrate our veterans.
The community is invited to purchase tickets in order to send local veterans as no charge to them to the concert. Veterans tickets will be distributed through the 40 and 8 Organization. To sponsor a veteran, please call the Liberty Center to purchase tickets or mail your sponsor marked “Veterans Show”. If you would like to send a 40 and 8 veteran to the show or purchase tickets for yourself, please contact the Liberty Center at (660) 827-3228 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the office at 111 West 5th Street in historic downtown Sedalia. Veterans needing more information should contact Tony Gallagher at (660) 287-3812.
Royal Wade Kimes is considered by many in the entertainment world today as a prolific writer both in song and novel platforms, as well as a top performer with a voice reminiscent of the crooners of yesterday. Before becoming a recording artist and author of western novels he was the highest paid staff writer on Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee.
Eddy Arnold gave him his start while Johnny Cash encouraged him to stay true to himself, and James Arness congratulated him in letter for his success and determination in beating the system.
He has graced the cover of magazines like True West, Shooting Sports and Horseman’s Roundup to name a few. He has won numerous awards for his writings, recordings and performing works.
Royal Wade has shared the stage with the likes of Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, Powers Booth, Trace Atkins, and many more. His film “Dixie Burns” which he directed and starred in was given a five star status rating by the industry music critics in Music City and HD/Film Specialist of Hollywood.
Each year, RWK celebrates those riders that have completed five years on the Mt Royal Trail Ride by presenting a personally-designed and specially-made belt buckle commemorating this accomplishment. This year, in addition to the buckle, the 40+ 2012 fifth year-riders were honored by RWK in original artwork. The likenesses, the time invested and sheer magnitude of this undertaking are amazing and a true indication of Wade’s gratitude and appreciation for “his” trail riders. The folks that continue to participate in the Mt Royal Trail Ride and Concert charity events each year are a testament to cowboys and girls everywhere — gracious, giving, and a lust for a life like no other! Read the rest of this page »