Nashville recording artist Buck Ford is a young, pure country singing sensation who focuses on keeping the traditional country sound and rhythm flowing. Buck’s influences include George Strait, Merle Haggard, George Jones and Keith Whiteley. Buck and his band pride themselves on their performances “bringing back to life” the sound and feel of real old country music. Buck’s performances include his own written and composed music, and he covers songs from greats such as George Strait, Chris Young, Billy Currington, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Keith Whitley, Jamey Johnson, Craig Morgan, Wade Hayes, Mark Chesnutt, and more. Buck exudes the charisma that audiences, both young and old, appreciate and relate well to; people seem to like Buck, a kid from today’s generation, singing and paying respect to the values of the good ole days, making him a “one of a kind anomaly.” He’s a favorite everywhere he goes and a sure bet for any venue. Buck’s first CD included the 2009 hit, “Guitar and Gasoline.” His second CD, “For Now”, was recorded in Nashville and released in Oct 2010. Buck’s third CD “Country Never Goes Out of Style” was released in 2012. Buck plays pure country music all over the United States with his band, The Buck Ford Country Band.