Meet Almeda Bradshaw
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An Evening with Almeda Bradshaw

October 27, 2017
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Live Radio Interviews
The Writer's Block, LA Talk Radio
April 20, 2017 Click here for podcast


Equestrian Legacy Radio
"Campfire Cafe"
Host Gary Holt, Co-Host Bobbi Jean Bell
April 20, 2017 Click here for podcast
April 14, 2016 Click here for podcast
Thursday, April 16, 2015 
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ABOUT ALMEDA BRADSHAW
Almeda Bradshaw is one of Montana’s talented Western singer/songwriters. Her love and appreciation for the cowboy life comes through in heartfelt expressions of the west. A life time of writing and music places her work above the ordinary, and Almeda’s clear vocals, compelling stage presence and musicianship guarantee her to be an audience favorite.

Though born and bred a town girl, all she wanted was to be a cowgirl. Almeda spent hours riding the range of her imagination in a swing set saddle and when tall enough, she threw a leg up on the family’s trusty propane tank and rode off into many a sunset. Her family’s move to the country brought horses into her childhood and they have remained a staple part of her adult life. Almeda raised her family in north central Montana along with raising and showing performance horses, running 150 cows and operating a seed and feed business. She now helps train AQHA performance horses with her husband, former Marlboro Man, Merritt Bradshaw, on the Yellowstone River in Huntley, Montana.

A multi-instrumentalist, Almeda studied violin, cello and piano through college, has a BA in Elementary Education and is self-taught on the mandolin and guitar. She has taught dozens of students of all ages to play stringed instruments from her former private studio and retail store, A Room For Music, in Big Sandy, MT, and currently teaches in her M2B Ranch Studio specializing in Western Americana/Roots music.

Almeda has written poetry, journals and songs since her teen years and has been performing at cowboy gatherings throughout the west for nearly two decades. She has produced two albums of original songs and poetry, Voices From the Range and A Way of Heart. Both albums were recorded in Bozeman by Chris Cunningham of the acoustic duo, Storyhill,  at Base Came Recording Studio with Chris and Montana musicians Britt Smith and Ric Steinke of Open Range adding instrumentation. Almeda does her own guitar work. A third album of original songs Lovers, Wives and Mothers: A Western Woman's Voice is in the works with producer Lance Bendiksen of Bendiksen Productions in Denver, CO and scheduled for release in June 2015.

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