Barry Ward’s songs come from his deep roots in the heart of rural America. As a 4th generation Kansas farmer and rancher, he writes of the men and women whose lives are entwined with the seasons, the land, and the will of God.
Traveling to 29 states and 3 foreign countries, Barry has shared his talent from Carnegie Hall in New York City to the jungles of Cameroon, Africa.
Barry is honored to be the 2013 Western Music Association Male Performer of the Year and the 2014 Male Vocalist of the Year with the Academy of Western Artists. His recording of the song “Eli Crow,” won the 2012 Song of the Year from the Academy of Western Artists. He recently was inducted into the Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame and has twice won Western CD of the Year with the Rural Roots Commission.
Barry and his wife, Victoria, now live on a ranch in the Flint Hills of Eastern Kansas. Victoria manages Barry’s music career and their recording company, Flying W Productions.
Flying W Productions
2116MRDEureka, KS 67045
Phone: 303-243-1978 (cell)