Bill Barwick is one of America's most respected Western music entertainers.
Winner of the Wrangler award, for "Traditional Western Music album" from the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, he's won BOTH the Western Music Assn. "Male Performer of the Year" award, and the Will Rogers Cowboy award for "Male Vocalist of the Year" from the Academy of Western Artists.
Hailed as a cowboy's cowboy-song singer, and accompanied by superb guitar work, Bill's singing, songwriting and storytelling are a performance not to be missed!
As a regular at one of the West's best-known cowboy venues, Denver's historic Buckhorn Exchange, with his long-time saddle-pal, autoharp artist, and musical archivist, Mr. Roz Brown, Bill's earned a unique place in western music entertainment. He's appeared at Silver Dollar City, in Branson, Missouri, as well as great cowboy gatherings across the country. He's also a returning guest at distinguished venues like the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas.
Not surprisingly, he's one of modern media's most recognized "voices". He can be heard, and occasionally even seen, worldwide, on Encore's "Westerns" television channel.
As an industrial narrator he has a corporate client-list that reads like a "Who's Who" of American business. Then, there are all those TV and radio ads he's done. No matter where you're from, you've heard Bill Barwick. Believe it or not, he was once the voice of a life-sized, singing and talking buffalo-head in a store at Denver International Airport.
Bill Barwick's CD's all feature GREAT western music entertainment and that smooth, deep voice.