We call it the "Frontier
Free for All". It's what we've called our show for years. It describes
our philosophy of music and life. A Wild Horses show will always be
a no holds barred, anything goes, party where the fan becomes just as
much a part of the show as the band. We have been around for 15 years
and have played 1000's of shows all over this great country. We understand
what folks want for their hard earned dollar. A good time. A Wild Horses
show is the definition of a good time.
It's been a long crazy road for us. We've drifted through a couple of
major label deals, had a top 40 song "I Will Survive", and
a video on CMT and GAC. That was great, but Wild Horses and major labels
didn't really work. We refused to be turned into Mild Horses. We are
the band Nashville couldn't tame, and we're proud off that. We write
most of our songs we do in our shows and have had the honor of our songs
being recorded by other artists like George Jones, and used as themes
for great events such as the Houston Rodeo. We think we have played
just about everywhere: Caesar's Palace, the Ryman Auditorium, PBR and
PRCA finals in Las Vegas, Billy Bob's, Rodeo Houston Hideout, and the
Wildhorse Saloon, just to name a few. We've also played in just about
every major country music festival and fair on the mainland.
Wild Horses is Angela Rae, Michael Blake Mahler, Ralph "Thundersticks"
McCauley, Steve "The Head" Kellough, Lon "Fat Boy"
Holland and Chris "The Mule" Sigmon. Basically, it boils down
to a beautiful free spirited chick singer surrounded by a group of hard
livin', good ole boys. We're family in the spiritual sense and put here
to one thing. In our lives and in our music, Wild Horses were made to