Ed Bruce Sings “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys”
Ed was born on December 29, 1939 in Keiser, Arkansas. Early on, the family moved to Memphis and he claims Tennessee as his home. Ed started writing songs in his early teens and, in the late 1950’s, he first recorded, as Edwin Bruce, on the famed Sun Records label while a senior in high school.
“Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys”, “After All”, “Girls, Women and Ladies”, “When You Fall In Love Everything’s A Waltz”, “My First Taste of Texas”, “Ever, Never Loving You”, “The Last Cowboy Song”, and the “Theme from Bret Maverick” are just a few of the self-penned hit songs from this great artist.
In addition to performing and writing, Ed also has a very successful acting career.
Including his role in “Maverick” with James Garner.
Ed and Judith recently sold their “Home At Last” ranch and relocated to a log home with a wrap-around porch. There, on the back porch, overlooking a river and the mountain beyond, Ed loves to sit with friends and talk sports, horses and dogs, and he loves to talk about the change Jesus has made in his life.
Ed Bruce’s career now spans both sides of the Atlantic and he has gained an enormous following in Europe. But Ed’s heart is to lead people to the Cross of Calvary – wherever he has the opportunity to sing.
To Read More about Ed Bruce’s story, visit: http://edbrucemusic.com