George Ducas

Genres: Country & Bluegrass
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Decades Active: 1990s

Biography

1 August 1971, Texas City, Texas, USA. This country singer-songwriter was raised by his mother in San Diego, California, until the age of 12, when he relocated to Houston, Texas, to live with his father and stepmother. He began writing and singing in his early teens, and performed with a number of college-based bands. After leaving college he began working in a bank during the day and performing in local bars at night, before making the decision to head off to Nashville to pursue his musical dream. He teamed up with Radney Foster to write the latter’s country hit ‘Just Call Me Lonesome’, and then signed a solo recording contract with Capitol Records. Ducas’ self-titled debut album was released in 1995 and featured the singles ‘Kisses Don’t Lie’, ‘Hello Cruel World’, ‘Teardrops’ and the Top 5 hit ‘Lipstick Promises’. His songwriting impressed many critics by eschewing many of the formulaic elements of...

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