George Ducas, a Grammy-nominated country artist/songwriter who links the real country of the 90s to present day hits, is coming to town.
Four albums (and countless songs written for other artists) has turned Ducas’ into one of country music’s most esteemed careers, and he continues to evolve as an artist.
His self-titled debut album on Capitol Records yielded four Billboard charting songs, including “Teardrops” and the Top 10 smash “Lipstick Promises.” His second album yielded two more Billboard charting songs.
As a songwriter, Ducas also has notched scores of hits as a songwriter for artists like Garth Brooks (Beer Run), Sara Evans, Eli Young Band, Randy Rogers Band, Gary Allan, Dixie Chicks, Trisha Yearwood and more, with one of his songs earning a Grammy nomination.
Ducas’ latest evolution, in the form of Yellow Rose Motel, has yielded a 3-week #1 CMT video with his song “Eastwood” in an album that stands as his most comprehensive and cinematic to date. Written and recorded in several Nashville recording sessions throughout 2018 and 2019, the album draws its name from the title track “Yellow Rose Motel,” a song Ducas says is “inspired by and is an ode to Willie Nelson’s Red Headed Stranger,” an album largely credited with the rise of country music’s outlaw movement.