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Barry Ward

Sharing Barry Ward Music with the world offers an opportunity to impart the patriotic, farmland spirit of a singer so filled with the love of God that you can feel it when you listen to his music. Barry Ward

Barry shares his love of country through his music, in his albums,  Barry Wardyou’ll hear songs titled:

Beyond the Western Sky, Lonesome Country Road, and The Trail You Ride that speak of home, the farmland where he was raised, and the kind of love that knows no end. You’ll hear him sing White Horse of Glory, and know that he has a personal relationship with the Lord.

And you’ll hear him sing songs such as Freedom at Last – shared here in video:

Highlights of Barry’s Career


  • 2015 Western CD of the Year by the Rural Roots Music Commission
  • 2014 Western Music Male Vocalist, Academy of Western Artists
  • 2014 Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductee, Cowboy Artist/Entertainer
  • 2014 Western CD of the Year, Rural Roots Music Commission
  • 2013 Male Performer of the Year, Western Music Association
  • 2012 Western Music Song of the Year, Academy of Western Artists
  • 2008 Male Vocalist of the Year, Western Music Division of the Country Gospel Music Association


Special Honors:
“Harvest in the Fall” song featured in the documentary film ‘The Great American Wheat Harvest’
Guest Co-host RFD-TV Cowboy Church with Susie McEntire
First Western music entertainer to perform in Cameroon, Africa 2010
Performed at the Cultural Olympiad 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah
‘The Great American Cowboy Concert’ at Carnegie Hall in New York City 2003)

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Several years ago, Bear and I met a fascinating couple named Doc and Carolyn Meyer, who lived outside of Roy, New Mexico. There were several things about them that resonated with a us. Theirs’s were a lifestyle that greatly appealed … Continue reading →

Zip Line Fiasco

Here I go again proving my incredible stupidity over my intelligence or common sense. Only this time, it got so serious that I had to wave the white flag of surrender and bail out of the activity. I had picked … Continue reading →

Into the Heart of the Storm

I had this great idea for a location while we were working on the video project for Barry’s new song, “Welcome Home”. Medicine Lodge, Kansas is the home of the most impressive Veteran’s Memorial I had ever seen. A long … Continue reading →