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Freddie Fuller "The Singing Cowboy": Cogitating

Diverse influences ranging from Gene Autry and Michael Martin Murphey to Sons of the Pioneers and Guy Clark have shaped Fuller’s interesting texture and twist to his music. He performs old-time country and cowboy melodies, folk songs and original ballads at venues throughout Texas and the U.S.A. Fuller entertains at trail rides, schools, art fairs, restaurants, coffeehouses, fundraisers, festivals and several Central Texas monthly Oprys.

The Singing Cowboy created an historical one-man show that he brings to classrooms. During the show, “The History of the Texas Cowboy ~ circa 1850-1900,” he not only entertains but provides live instructional and interactive social studies/history to our school children.

A Bell County native, Freddie Fuller’s music is also influenced by strong country roots (hometown-Salado, Texas) and his mother’s gospel tunes. His heartfelt, rich baritone voice resonates while singing songs about western folklore and original ballad themes. His first release, “Cowboy Campfire Songs” and his newest CD, “To Sing Once Again” have earned him the title, “The Singing Cowboy”.

He also recently penned two new songs that speak to the intense stories experienced by our fighting American soldiers, one entitled "You Put Your Life on the Line" and the other, "Soldiers' Prayers", paying great honor and tribute to the men and women in uniform.....