GEORGE McCLURE


 



"Hot cowjazz artist" [Disc Collector]









Cowboy Show



The George McClure Cowboy Show - George McClure learned Western and swing in Arizona and New Mexico bars and clubs while playing banjo and bass for a living.

The native and border sounds from Mariachi and norteno to Marty Robbins echo in his music. "We couldn't get off the stage without playing a few Bob Wills and Texas swing numbers" George says. "The complex chords and structures thrilled me."

Nominations Best New Male Vocalist Golden Music Awards at Nashville NAMM

Vocalist of the Year Academy of Western Artists

"McClure's second album shows just how hot this cow jazz performer really is." [Country Music Round Up]

"Gifted" . . . "World class"




George McClure "Miles And Miles Of Texas"


George McClure Trio (office photo)




Booking information

All work is booked on a guaranteed contract basis, two months to two years in advance.

We look forward to working with you bringing you the original, one and only, George McClure!


CONTACT

Mailing address:
George McClure Live!
P.O. Box 2732
Taos NM 87571

George McClure Live!
P.O. Box 140084
Nashville TN 37214



George McClure at Gruene Hall

Gruene Hall, New Braunfels TX

Sample Playlist

Western & Cowboy

Texas Blues
Miles And Miles Of Texas
Streets Of Laredo (The Cowboy's Lament)
Deep In The Heart Of Texas
Take Me Back To Tulsa
Roly Poly
Stay All Night
My Rifle My Pony And Me
Waltz Across Texas
Walkin' The Floor Over You
Home On The Range
Tennessee Waltz
Back In The Saddle Again
Westphalia Waltz
Happy Trails
Across The Alley From The Alamo
My Adobe Hacienda
Red River Valley
Why You Been Gone So Long
Singin' The Blues
Let Me Rest At The End Of My Journey

Desert Borderlands

Pancho & Lefty
Diamonds From The Start
Crucifiqueme
Mis Pensamientos
Corazon a la Charla del Corazon
El Rancho Grande
La Bamba
Right Or Wrong
Windows Of My Mind
Dia De Los Muertos (The Matador)
Mass Grass
The Fugitive

Country Classics

Singin' The Blues
Some Memories Just Won't Die
Everybody's Talkin' (Echoes)
Tulsa Time
Tennessee Waltz
Mama Tried
Someday When Things Are Good
Why You Been Gone So Long
Gone With The Wind
On The Road Again
Big City
Silver Wings
The Old Man From The Mountain
San Antonio Rose
Raining Here This Morning
King Of The Road
Coca Cola Cowboy
Kern River
Jambalaya
That's The Way Love Goes
Summertime
Route 66
Today I Started Loving You Again