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Borderlands Writer and Showman

"The best songwriter in Nashville - after Guy Clark"

"Swing he certainly can and does" [Rick Huff - Western Way Magazine]

"Gifted right-brained individual" [Nashville Music Guide]

'George McClure photo

"We come with the dust and go with the wind..."
[Woody Guthrie, from Pastures of Plenty]

"from dirt roads and street corners... to Nashville"
Autobiography "Iridescent Poppies and Lollipop Mommies"

George's appearances include CMT - TNN, attracting 240 million viewers, CMA Fest, BB King's, and a feature in the Nashville Tennessean. His Playboy Swing CD is on Dish Cable TV and iTunes.

George McClure, writer of "Alien Love (I Made Love To An Alien Last Night)" and "The Ballad of O.J.Simpson", writes and performs nationally. George's "Playboy Swing 2" CD is on J.I.P. Records. ALSO get "Playboy" on iTunes and "Champagne Saturday" on iTunes and Amazon   McClure is Academy of Western Artists - Vocalist of the Year nominee and NAMM Golden Music Awards "Best New Male Vocalist" nominee.

Aculturated in the rich desert heritage of Arizona, northern Mexico (Sonora and Chihuahua), and New Mexico, the native sounds of Mariachi, norteno, and Marty Robbins echo in George McClure's music, as well as his childhood Classical and world music. George learned Western swing in Arizona and New Mexico bars and clubs while playing banjo and bass for a living. "We couldn't get off the stage without playing a few Bob Wills and Texas swing numbers", George says. "And we had a guy in our band who grooved on all the swing. The complex chords and structures thrilled me." A little later in Carolina an old black bluesman (who had toured with Lightnin' Hopkins) showed George a few chords and positions on guitar - This now forms the basis of George's music.
"ALIEN LOVE (I Made Love To An Alien Last Night)" by George McClure

McClure is also a published poet and author in his spare time! Visit George on george (his official sanctioned dossier.)

George McClure - "Playboy Swing" Official DVD Video











George McClure & the Matadors
"Miles And Miles Of Texas"
Live Rockabilly swing (cow jazz) in Nashville TN

George went pro here (Tucson AZ) in 1979, where he wrote "Mass Grass", as well as neo-classical polyphonic works, and he transcribed Vivaldi's Violin Concerto in Am for string ensemble. He lived here 1978-1979.