The series follows Campbell as he travels across the American West in his vintage 1974 Ford Bronco, searching for unique, historical folklore and destinations.
“Bronco Roads is about rediscovery and getting to know this country’s rich and diverse cultural landscape,” notes Campbell. “The American West is spirited... and I want to experience as much of it as I can.”
Some of the destinations Campbell has already visited for season one of “Bronco Roads” include Gruene Hall in Gruene, Texas, Carlsbad Caverns in Carlsbad, N.M., the border town of Tombstone, Ariz. and the legendary Alamo Village film set near Del Rio, Texas.
Each 30-minute episode of “Bronco Roads” includes Discovery, Adventure and Travel & Leisure. The show’s Discovery segment takes the viewer through historical reenactments and archival photos, providing a background education of each destination.
Dallas-based television production company 41 Entertainment produces the “Bronco Roads” series, airing on stations throughout Texas. To see when and where the show currently airs, or for online episodes, outtakes, original music, photos and Campbell’s travel journal visit www.BroncoRoads.com .
A subsidiary of London Broadcasting Company, 41 Entertainment also produces the Texas-based documentary television series, “Troubadour, TX.” Visit www.TroubadourTX.com or www.41Entertainment.com for more information about other 41 Entertainment shows in production.
About “Bronco Roads”:
Each episode of “Bronco Roads” meanders the back roads of the American West. Along the way, you’ll find adventure in story, travel and song, hosted by award-winning filmmaker, singer-songwriter and author Stacy Dean Campbell. Like the generations before them, these are hearty folk who represent American ideals. You’ll also discover unique destinations, experience adventures and explore the best in travel and leisure with guest artists and fellow singer-songwriters sharing music. And don’t forget the food. Green chilies or a chicken fried steak? Come along and let’s see. Visit www.BroncoRoads.com.
About Stacy Dean Campbell:
Texas artist Stacy Dean Campbell is an accomplished singer-songwriter, filmmaker, television host and author. In the 1990s, Campbell released several critically acclaimed albums for major Nashville labels, including Lonesome Wins Again, Hurt City and Ashes of Old Love. He is an award-winning filmmaker and currently hosts the television series “Troubadour, TX” and “Bronco Roads.” Campbell penned his first novel in 2004, titled “Cottonwood.”
About London Broadcasting Company and 41 Entertainment:
London Broadcasting Company is a Dallas-based media group formed in 2007 by SunTx Capital Partners and 33-year media veteran and former President and CEO of Gaylord Entertainment Company, Terry London. London Broadcasting Company owns and operates 17 television channels in five Texas markets, including Dallas. Its affiliated LBK Entertainment