Nightlife | Singles
In late 2010, George Ducas brought his music back home to Texas with the release of his “Volume Up Windows Down”. Now, Ducas is rolling into the summer sun with “CowTown”, a summer stomper for the Texas charts, and the single that will put the final exclamation mark on his first Texas-exclusive project. Since first emerging as a deep-rooted country artist with contemporary appeal in the mid-to-late 1990s, he has enjoyed hits as both a Nashville major label artist and songwriter. But his musical heart and soul reside in the honky-tonks, roadhouses and dancehalls of his native Lone Star State.
Ducas led off his return to his home state of Texas with “Never Goes Away,” co-written with Texas artist Randy Rogers. The tune, a widescreen tale of loving memories and desire, was Ducas’ first single from his current six-song EP. The Texas Music Chart hit “Breakin’ Stuff”, one of 2011‘s most-played songs on Texas Music airwaves, is a bristling hard-edged confessional of the mistakes we all make in life. Rollicking numbers like “Twang Thang,” and “Pure Blue Heartache” brim with the vitality and adventures of a night of live music on the Texas scene, while the ballad “Amnesia” tackles the regrets everyone knows and feels. It’s a collection of the real country with a modern kick that Ducas is known for, and as its title implies, a perfect soundtrack for driving the highways and byways of the Lone Star State. $7 door only