ned ledouxNed LeDoux’s first full-length album Sagebrush debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart this week. The Heatseeker chart is the week’s top-selling albums by new or developing acts, defined as those who have never appeared on the top 100 of the Billboard 200 or the top 10 of R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, Country Albums, Latin Albums, Christian Albums or Gospel Albums.

 carries on the traditions, music and cowboy way of life passed down to him by his Mom and Dad, Peggy and Chris LeDoux. Produced by award-winning Mac McAnally, Sagebrush completes and follows on the heels of his debut EP Forever A Cowboy released last year. Ned wrote or co-wrote eight of the 12 songs included on Sagebrush, and each song leaves no doubt as to what the LeDoux name stands for in country music. 

Click HERE to learn more about Ned LeDoux and his inspiration for Sagebrush and carrying on his Dad’s legacy while at the same time forging his own.

Sagebrush Track Listing

1) “Never Change”                                                  (Ned LeDoux, Chris LeDoux, Mac McAnally)
2) “Cowboy Life”                                                      (Ned LeDoux, Chris LeDoux, Mac McAnally)
3)  “We Ain’t Got It All”                                          (Ned LeDoux, Chris LeDoux, Mac McAnally)
4) “Some People Do”                                               (Ned LeDoux, Will LeDoux, Mac McAnally)
5)  “Brother Highway”                                             (Ned LeDoux, Mark Sissel)
6) “Better Part of Living”                                         (Mac McAnally)
7)  “Forever a Cowboy”                                           (Ned LeDoux, Chris LeDoux, Mac McAnally)
8) “By My Side”                                                        (Ned LeDoux, Mac McAnally)
9) “Another Horse To Ride”                                   (Larry Bastian and Vince Pasion)
10)  “Johnson County War”                                    (Chris LeDoux)
11)  “The Hawk”                                                       (Ned LeDoux)
12) “This Cowboy’s Hat” (Feat. Chase Rice)       (Jake Brooks)