LeDoux is well respected for his high-energy live shows that mix his western roots with the rock and roll influences he acquired in his youth. Ned LeDoux is carrying on the family tradition, but he’s also charting his own course with "Buckskin".
Raised in Hastings, Nebraska, Tommy O’Keeffe made the move to Nashville in May of 2018 upon graduating from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The 26 year-old singer/songwriter developed his love for country music through his upbringing in small town Nebraska. Performing covers and originals in bars and dancehalls throughout college, O’Keeffe nurtured his appreciation for Honky Tonk music with the likes of Dwight Yoakam and Brooks and Dunn.
Shortly after moving to Nashville, Tommy began learning the ropes of the local music scene. He started performing at writer showcases and attending music events nearly every night of the week. O’Keeffe has released several singles written within the music community accruing over 500,000 streams. He has co-written several songs for other artists amounting over 3.5 million streams including his first Nashville Music Label song cut, “Small Town Celebrities,” released by Cooper Alan and Colt Ford in October of 2021.
O’Keeffe was nominated for, “New Artist of the Year,” at the 2022 Rocky Mountain Country Music awards through iHeart Radio. He released his most recent single in February titled, “Came Here Alone,” which delivers a fresh, radio-friendly Country Song, with a timeless 90’s-inflected appeal.