From the Program Book of the 22nd IAGSDC Convention, held in Santa Clara, CA in 2005:
Bronc joined his first square dance class in 1975. 16 weeks later, he called his first tip. Since that time, Bronc has been featured at dances. festivals, workshops, resorts and caller schools all over the U.S. and 21 foreign countries.
He is currently calling for four clubs in the greater Sacramento area that range in level from Plus to C1.
Many dancers feel that Bronc's smooth flowing hash calls are like "floating on air." They might also warn you to watch out for a twinkle in those big, brown eyes, as Bronc is a fine hash-calling technician known for inventive and challenging maneuvers. He has recorded singing and hash calls for several different record labels. As a staff member of Global Music Productions. he has recorded a number of top-selling square dance records.
An accomplished guitarist and mandolin player. Bronc has played on many square dance releases as well as radio and TV spots. His first "on stage" experience came at the age of 12 when he started playing in a rock band. He is currently in the process of recording a compilation of instrumental surf and rock n' roll tunes.
Bronc makes his home in Cool, CA., which is a small mountain town about 45 minutes NE of Sacramento. Aside from calling and music, Bronc is a wrestling coach at El Dorado High School in Placerville, CA.