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David Bellamy

Founding member of the Bellamy Brothers, singer/songwriter and business head of the company, he oversees touring, recording, distribution of music and almost anything else related to the name Bellamy. He’s the father of five sons and has a deep sense of family and tradition. He’s been known to hoard warehouses full of unknown treasures like old Native American artifacts and autographs from Gene Autry and Daws Butler (voice of Yogi Bear). A collector of almost everything, he says, “It’s not hoarding if it’s really cool stuff.” David Bellamy

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Susan Bellamy

Susan sort of reluctantly became the matriarch of a group of crazy cowboys and musicians when she married David 25 years ago. A native Texan from Ft. Worth, she moved to the rural ranch setting in Darby Florida and began helping David raise his boys and began tending to the day to day business of running a band that tours the world almost on a yearly basis. Susan does everything from overseeing travel arrangements to designing merchandise for the Bellamys. One of the jobs she did not sign up for was Ranch Foreman but thanks to Howard she usually inherits the job of cleaning stalls, feeding chickens or running the cattle operation while the Brothers are touring. She’s an animal lover who swam with tigers and dolphins but mostly loves her dogs ‘Waylon and Willie’. When work is done her favorite phrase is “Let’s go to the beach.”   Susan BellamyClick to view Susan's photos page

Jesse and Noah Bellamy

Jesse and Noah Bellamy are David’s sons. They were pretty much born into the music business but love the music a lot more than the business. Frustrated by the labels people put on music, they like to write and create their own way. They’ve self-produced several albums as well as written most of the material they’ve recorded and played most of the instruments. Dividing their time between Nashville and their home in Central Florida, their music has been described as Country Rock, Americana, Rock and Country.   Jesse and Noah Bellamy

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The Ranch

When the Bellamy’s aren’t touring the world performing their No. 1 hits, Howard and David head the bus back to the family ranch in Darby, Florida. Located just north of Tampa, the working ranch is home to purebred Brahma cattle, crossbred cows, quarter horses and three generations of the Bellamy family. The ranch was purchased in 1870 by the Bellamy’s great-great-grandfather Abraham and has been the family’s homestead ever since. Fans will get an inside look at what life on the ranch is like in their new reality series, “Honky Tonk Ranch.” The series is headed by Howard and David as well as Susan (David’s wife), their cousin  HC Young and most of David and Howard’s children, depending on who is on the road performing themselves. Between the fruit trees, ancient oaks and crepe myrtles, the series follows the chaos from one household to another on the lush land of the ranch.

The Bellamy Brothers Honky Tonk Ranch

Howard Bellamy

Founding member of the Bellamy Brothers, as a former cattle buyer Howard loves the rugged cowboy life. Living simply with a deep appreciation of the land and his cattle is his preference but touring and jet setting in over 70 countries has also given him an appreciation for many diverse things. Divorced after 25 years of marriage, Howard prefers to live on his own schedule now and not get too excited about the small stuff. He likes to say, “Let’s not make a job out of it.” Howard Bellamy

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H.C. Young

H.C. Young is Howard and David’s cousin who has his own place on the south side of the ranch, he’s been a ranch hand for the Bellamys and has run his own business most of his life. Jack of all trades, hay man, cattleman -- H.C. fits all those descriptions and he gets into more than his share of trouble, especially when the Bellamys get busy touring and leave all the dirty jobs to him.

H. C. Young

Randy Hiebert

Randy Hiebert has been playing guitar for the Bellamy's for over 20 years.   He also co-produces and engineers their albums with them at the ranch studio. He’s toured in almost as many countries as they have and lived with them in Florida for many years. Randy is originally from Winnipeg, Canada and is an artist in his own right producing several albums of his own. His job description has varied a lot since he began work with the Bellamy's. He’s played in front of sold out audiences for thousands of people and he’s been forced to leave the studio in mid-session to pen cows.   Randy Hiebert

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Melanie Owston

Melanie Owston is a hairstylist and makeup artist who works at the Distinctive Flair Salon in Roanoke, TX. She lives on her own homestead in Decatur, TX. Her hobbies include riding her horses with her daughter Courtney and hanging out with her dog Gypsy. She’s one of Susan Bellamy’s best friends from their home state of Texas and spends a lot of time jetting back and forth from Big D to the Honky Tonk Ranch.   Melanie Owston

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Howard Bellamy

Founding member of the Bellamy Brothers, as a former cattle buyer Howard loves the rugged cowboy life. Living simply with a deep appreciation of the land and his cattle is his preference but touring and jet setting in over 70 countries has also given him an appreciation for many diverse things. Divorced after 25 years of marriage, Howard prefers to live on his own schedule now and not get too excited about the small stuff. He likes to say, “Let’s not make a job out of it.” Howard BellamyClick to view Bellamy Brother's photos page

David Bellamy

Founding member of the Bellamy Brothers, singer/songwriter and business head of the company, he oversees touring, recording, distribution of music and almost anything else related to the name Bellamy. He’s the father of five sons and has a deep sense of family and tradition. He’s been known to hoard warehouses full of unknown treasures like old Native American artifacts and autographs from Gene Autry and Daws Butler (voice of Yogi Bear). A collector of almost everything, he says, “It’s not hoarding if it’s really cool stuff.” David BellamyClick to view Bellamy Brother's photos page

Susan Bellamy

Susan sort of reluctantly became the matriarch of a group of crazy cowboys and musicians when she married David 25 years ago. A native Texan from Ft. Worth, she moved to the rural ranch setting in Darby Florida and began helping David raise his boys and began tending to the day to day business of running a band that tours the world almost on a yearly basis. Susan does everything from overseeing travel arrangements to designing merchandise for the Bellamys. One of the jobs she did not sign up for was Ranch Foreman but thanks to Howard she usually inherits the job of cleaning stalls, feeding chickens or running the cattle operation while the Brothers are touring. She’s an animal lover who swam with tigers and dolphins but mostly loves her dogs ‘Waylon and Willie’. When work is done her favorite phrase is “Let’s go to the beach.”   Susan BellamyClick to view Susan's photos page

Jesse and Noah Bellamy

Jesse and Noah Bellamy are David’s sons. They were pretty much born into the music business but love the music a lot more than the business. Frustrated by the labels people put on music, they like to write and create their own way. They’ve self-produced several albums as well as written most of the material they’ve recorded and played most of the instruments. Dividing their time between Nashville and their home in Central Florida, their music has been described as Country Rock, Americana, Rock and Country.   Jesse and Noah Bellamy

Click to view Jesse and Noah's photos page

Melanie Owston

Melanie Owston is a hairstylist and makeup artist who works at the Distinctive Flair Salon in Roanoke, TX. She lives on her own homestead in Decatur, TX. Her hobbies include riding her horses with her daughter Courtney and hanging out with her dog Gypsy. She’s one of Susan Bellamy’s best friends from their home state of Texas and spends a lot of time jetting back and forth from Big D to the Honky Tonk Ranch. Melanie Owston  Click to view Melanie's photos page

H.C. Young

H.C. Young is Howard and David’s cousin who has his own place on the south side of the ranch, he’s been a ranch hand for the Bellamys and has run his own business most of his life. Jack of all trades, hay man, cattleman -- H.C. fits all those descriptions and he gets into more than his share of trouble, especially when the Bellamys get busy touring and leave all the dirty jobs to him.

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H. C. Young

Randy Hiebert

Randy Hiebert has been playing guitar for the Bellamy's for over 20 years.   He also co-produces and engineers their albums with them at the ranch studio. He’s toured in almost as many countries as they have and lived with them in Florida for many years. Randy is originally from Winnipeg, Canada and is an artist in his own right producing several albums of his own. His job description has varied a lot since he began work with the Bellamy's. He’s played in front of sold out audiences for thousands of people and he’s been forced to leave the studio in mid-session to pen cows.   Randy Hiebert

Click to view Randy's photos page

The Ranch

When the Bellamy’s aren’t touring the world performing their No. 1 hits, Howard and David head the bus back to the family ranch in Darby, Florida. Located just north of Tampa, the working ranch is home to purebred Brahma cattle, crossbred cows, quarter horses and three generations of the Bellamy family. The ranch was purchased in 1870 by the Bellamy’s great-great-grandfather Abraham and has been the family’s homestead ever since. Fans will get an inside look at what life on the ranch is like in their new reality series, “Honky Tonk Ranch.” The series is headed by Howard and David as well as Susan (David’s wife), their cousin  HC Young and most of David and Howard’s children, depending on who is on the road performing themselves. Between the fruit trees, ancient oaks and crepe myrtles, the series follows the chaos from one household to another on the lush land of the ranch.

The Bellamy Brothers Honky Tonk Ranch