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Bull Riding & Bass Fishing; two sports with nothing in common. But for Brian Clark, they are his past, present & future, the fuel of his competitive drive. Brian started his rodeo career at an early age and moved his way through the ranks landing him in the Professional world of Bull Riding. He competed in the PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboy Assoc.), PBR (Professional Bull Riders), UPRA (United Professional Rodeo Assoc.), IPRA (International Professional Rodeo Assoc.) & CRA (Cowboy Rodeo Assoc.). In winter of 1999, Brian suffered a bull riding injury that required total elbow reconstruction. Then in 2003 Brian's nightmare came full circle when a mirror image accident gave his elbow one last 2 ton blow. With the medical advice of Dr. Tandy Freeman Brian decided to hang up his rope in order to salvage the function of his right elbow. But there was one thing Brian couldn't give up; his thirst for competition! In 2004, Brian started fishing in local North Texas tournament trails His 1st year of tournament fishing landed him multiple 1st place wins, three Angler of the Year titles, and one Championship title. The following year proved even more promising with numerous 1st place wins, three additional Angler of the Year titles, and three more Championship titles. In 2006 Brian began fishing a new trail, the Bassmaster Weekend Series. His 1st year on the trail Brian qualified for the 2007 Bassmaster Opens and the Bassmaster Southern Regional Championship where he had a 8th place finish. 2007 was a landmark year in Brian's fishing career. Not only was this his 1st year fishing the Opens, but the year he won his 1st Bassmaster title! Brian had another landmark accomplishment that year when he qualified for and won the Bassmaster Weekend Series Texas State Championship! Perhaps the biggest win of the 2007 season was qualifying for the 2008 Bassmaster Elite Series.
In 2007 Brian started hosting the Xtreme Outdoor Adventures TV show and was recognized for his excellent programming & nominated for Best New Series that same year in Las Vegas. In 2009, Brian started hosting the syndicated Backstage & Outdoors Radio Show. In 2010 he was nominated for syndicated radio show of the year at the TRR Music Awards. Brian is now hosting a new TV series called This Is Country. Viewers go on the road with Brian and a different country music artist each week as they talk about their music and enjoy the outdoors. Brian also did the red carpet interviews at the TRR Music Awards, hosted several music fest DVD's and will be featured in the new Demented Cycles TV show. So when Brian is not in front of a camera or microphone, you will find him making appearances or donating his time for a charity. For more info visit:
Charla is a genuine Texas treasure.... professional, unique, & captivating,.... together with her band performing nationally for PRCA/NFR, festivals, weddings, corporate events, universities, youth associations & clubs. This is a testament to talent Charla and the Trainwrecks bring to every show. Charla & the Trainwrecks are a perfect match for any event. Her voice and good looks are two more reasons to be jealous of the Lone Star State and our natural resources. Few talents can cross the media alternatives like Charla. Whether she's behind the podium, in front of the camera, or surrounded by the Trainwrecks, Charla's ability to entertain you runs the entire range. Lewis Bogach, CMT's VP of Production puts it best. "Don't let her good looks fool you. She's hip, with brains and boots. Her crack the whip attitude and infectious energy will take her very far in this industry."…and that's her plan. "There is simply nothing better for me than being onstage, performing for people and watching them have a great time," reflects Charla. "I am committed to that feeling, to that sense of purpose. It's why I'm here."
Named one of the Top Five Chefs of 1998 by Restaurant and Institutions, and Rising Star of 1999 By Restaurant Hospitality Magazine, Grady's work has been widely praised in such prestigious publications as the New York Times, Texas Monthly, P.O.V., Martha Stewart Living, Country Homes, Southern Living, and countless others. He's created menus and concepts in his signature cowboy style for The Reata Restaurants he Co-Owned in Alpine and Fort Worth, Texas, and in Beverly Hills, California, The Roadrunner in Las Vegas, Nevada, The Chisholm Club In Fort Worth and several others. His Cookbooks To Date Are A Cowboy In The Kitchen, Cowboy Cocktails and The Great Steak Book. He also was the primary contributor to the very popular Dallas Cowboys Family Cookbook and in 2004 He released The Texas Cowboy Kitchen. His latest work titled, "Cooking The Cowboy Way" was released for publication by Andrews McMeel in the fall of 2009. Over the years, Grady has cooked on Television for Shows that include: Good Morning America, the Today Show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, Donnie And Marie and various shows for The Food Network. Grady has also cooked at the Texas Governor's Mansion for George and Laura Bush and has rubbed elbows with the Culinary Elite. Grady currently owns and operates, Grady's in Fort Worth, Texas and hosts a weekly show on RFD TV titled "The Cowboys Kitchen". He is currently shooting a travel and cooking show, Big Ranch Big City with long time friend and Chef Lou Lambert scheduled to air on PBS spring of 2012. In July of 2010 Grady began working with Reliant creating menus for the Houston Texans, The Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo and The Final Four. For More Information go to:
Phil Hamilton's conviction to the essence of Texas Country Music inspired him to start a band and set his sights on the top. Unique, but still planted in the foundation and core of Texas Country, Phil Hamilton has broad appeal. Heavy guitar riffs lure the rockers and the genuine ballads entice the soft at heart. Phil's debut CD Nothing to Lose was released in April 2010 on Winding Road Music and features songs written by Phil Hamilton and band members Collin Maloney and Andy Emery. "Nothing to Lose" was a top 15 single followed by "Nine Mile" also a top 15 single and his currant single "You Can Have Me" is almost there! Drawing from his own real life experiences, Phil Hamilton pens songs with authentic lyrics. His talent and commitment as a song writer and performer allows him to turn out a steady thread of dynamic songs. These songs keep the Phil Hamilton fans captivated.
The live show is nothing less than amazing and leaves fans wanting more. In a very short time Phil Hamilton is getting noticed by the media (April 5, 2010 appearance on Good Day Dallas), superstar artists in the Texas scene and most importantly, the fans. Phil was selected as the top 3 new Texas Country bands in DFW as voted by 95.9 The Ranch listeners in 2009. And early 2011 Phil was nominated for Best New Vocalist for the TRR Music Awards. The sky is the limit for this artist and he is climbing to the top quickly to become the face of the Texas Red Dirt Music Movement.
Rocket Ryan makes his living on the road as one of the hottest Rodeo Clowns in the PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) and the PBR (Professional Bull Riders). A true Rodeo Rockstar, he entertains fans all over the world year round spending an average of 200 days away from home with his demanding Rodeo schedule. When Rocket is off the Rodeo trail he is still on the road as part of Hardcore Hunting TV on the Pursuit Channel and as a western big game guide in his home state of Montana. Rodeo and the hunting world are all Rocket knows and for him there truly is no off season!
Travis Mears has been going to the gun club since he was a baby in a walker. It was around the age of 9 when his passion started for competitive shooting. Since then most his weekends have consisted of traveling to tournaments all over the country. At age 17 Travis won the gold medal at the ESPN Great Outdoor Games. With an incredible display of focus, Travis was able to emerge victorious in a field that included some of the best clay target aficionados in the world. Travis graduated from Lindenwood University in 2010 with his MBA and 5 Collegiate National Championships as a team captain. He also has been traveling as a Professional Trick Shooter for Beretta since he was 17. Travis displays many different extreme shots with a shotgun such as; from the hip, over the head with the gun upside down, behind the back, between the legs along with blowing up many different objects to wow his crowds. Weekly coaching, tournaments and traveling for exhibition shows stack his calendar from February to October, but the fall is scheduled for hunting and hunting only. For More Information go to: