New CD Gil Prather entitled "The Man From The Rio Grande"

Known by his musician peers as "The Man from the Rio Grande," Prather is an American hall of fame singer / songwriter. Early in his career, Gil's talent and versatility was recognized by major producers in both the music and entertainment industries.

He has written and produced several award-winning radio and TV commercials and in 1996, he wrote the decorated song, "I'll Be Back in Texas by the Fall," which was voted Song of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists. Gil offers a unique style of self-penned American music with a Tex-Mex border flavor.

From 1990 -1997, Gil was 'the other brother' in the 'Jose Brothers' comedy act which toured the southern United States. In the mid-1990's he teamed with Robert James Waller ("The Bridges of Madison County") to co-write several selections from Waller's Border Music album. Gil has been a cowboy since birth, spent time in the cattle and ranching business, and as well as the construction industry.

Gil Prather - Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar

Brady Bowen - Fiddle, Violin, Viola, Harmony Vocals

Ronny Dale Schultz - Guitar, Bass, Drums, Trumpet, Harmony Vocals

Ginny Mac - Accordian, Back Up Vocals


All songs written by Gilbert Dawson Prather - BMI - 274545 

All songs published by ONEINAROW MUSIC - BMI - 1509716


Producer:  Brady Bowen

Engineer:  Howard Higgins

  • Riding High
  • Call My Name
  • Rio Grande Sand
  • Willie The Wanderer
  • I'll Be Back In Texas By The Fall
  • Columbia Gold
  • Villa Acuna Jail
  • Busted Out In A Border Town
  • After The Storm
  • Don't Fall In Love With A Cowboy
  • Saddle Up And Bring Your Dreams Along
  • When a Cowboy Dreams at Night
  • Before The Ashes Grow Cold
  • Ride On Cowboy

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