Bobby McClendon & the Dirt Road Cartel

Bobby McClendon & the Dirt Road Cartel
May 26 | 6:30PM - 8:30PM
KTBS/KPXJ Swamp Stage
Hard work, determination, and sacrifice define Bobby McClendon. Years of hard work and a determination to succeed at the highest level have paved the way and sharpened the skills of this artist. For the past ten years, Bobby has toured the country, honing his craft on stages large and small, developing one of the most dynamic live shows in any genre of music. The list of those that Bobby has shared the stage with continues to grow- Little Big Town, Gretchen Wilson, Cowboy Troy, Montgomery Gentry, Chris Cagle, Pat Green, Joe Denim, James Wesley, Dustin Lynch, Cassadee Pope, Steel Panther, John Michael Montgomery, Joe Diffie and Rick Trevino to name a few. Bobby McClendon and his band, the Dirt Road Cartel, are the total package—great vocals, world-class energetic live show, a unique look and charisma to burn, as well as a wealth of experience and a work ethic that impresses everyone. Along with his amped-up live show, Bobby and the DRC's incredible sound and harmonies allows them to continue the winning of fans city after city. “I walk out, take one look at the crowd and attack. I never let up, whether it’s a thirty-minute opening slot for a headliner or a four-hour show. The energy stays cranked up the entire time.” Behind that energy is a world of industry knowledge put to good use. "I put time, effort, passion, drive, determination, creativity and initiative into making my ideas, music and dreams become reality every single time I step on a stage.” As Bobby McClendon takes his music nationwide, his style being compared to the likes of a country combination consisting of: Jason Aldean, Tim Mcgraw, Gary Allan, Kenny Chesney and Chris Ledoux, his unique style of country rock sets him apart from all other performers. One thing is for sure about Bobby McClendon & the Dirt Road Cartel, there’s no smoke and mirrors with this band and one of country music’s most unique and energetic artists. Website: