National Country Music Recording Artist Carlos Washington is a Cowboy with true and authentic western roots. His cowboy lifestyle has taken him from the oil fields in South Texas to Rodeo arenas nationwide where he rode bulls. He now ranches and raises Angus cattle. On the occasions when his spurs come off you can find him on stage indulging his ultimate passion-singing country music. CW is known for his pioneering country-rock sound and larger than life stage persona. He has shared the stage with country legends including Willie Nelson, John Anderson and Faith Hill and was honored with the title " Denver's Best Country Western Frontman".
CW and Steel Horse have performed for Dance Halls, Concerts, County Fairs and Rodeos in the Rocky Mountain Region and Nationally including the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. Carlos' voice and bigger than life stage presence captivates audiences, as he performs with an energy that leaves even his rowdiest fans breathless.
Carlos recorded his first album in Nashville, which included a song "Somethings Never Change" co-written by Garth Brooks and Jennifer Pierce that was previously unreleased. Current singles include "Can I see You Again" and "Gotta Get Ridin" which can be found on iTunes or CDBaby. Preview songs on his website.
CW and his band, Steel Horse, are a 6-8 piece dynamic group of musicians including a piano, fiddle and steel guitar. Their shows include CW's cutting edge originals along with Traditional and Top 40 Country, mixed with some Classic Rock and Motown.
Carlos is also know nationally for his rendition of the "The Star Spangled Banner" Terry Bradshaw, co-host of FOX's NFL Sunday said of Carlos' performance "Very few can hold a candle to ya or light your fire son."
Carlos has his own production company (Steel Horse Productions) which includes professional sound and lighting.
Will Perform and Sing Special Songs Upon Request
CW (Lead Vocals),
Ken "Norman" Dearth (Steel Guitar,Vocals),
Tom Broderick (Lead Guitar,Vocals),
Ed Guion (Piano/Keys/Guitar,Vocals),
Ron Jones (Fiddle),
Tarki Boydin (Bass, Vocals),
Michael Campbell (Drums, Vocals)