Singles and EPs
Skip Pullig is a native Texan singer songwriter born in Snyder, Texas. Raised in Fort Worth. At an early age he was exposed to the instruments of his Fathers Band that opened for Elvis in 1954 in Sweetwater Texas. Growing up, Skip learned to play the Banjo, Piano and Baritone Ukulele. At the age of thirteen Skip bought his first guitar on his Mother's Birthday with a Waylon and Willie music book and learned “Momma’s don't let your babies grow up to be Cowboys”the same day for his Mother. Skips Mother supported his music by asking him to play for her in the evenings up until her death when Skip was sixteen years old. “That’s when I started writing songs, to cope with the loss of her”. Skip performed in many venues with several different band mates from 1990 through 1998 solidifying his roots in Country Music. In 1999 Skip took a chance to make his way to Branson, Missouri. Skip’s first entertainment job landed him at the Lowe's Theater where he worked on the stage crew in support of the Lowe Sisters, Bill Anderson, Roy Clark and many others. The following year Skip found himself at Silver Dollar City as a Sound Tech doing over 1000 shows a year at the park. In 2006 after his Father's death Skip found his way back home to Texas and has penned a full song catalog that continues to grow. There’s a lot of passion, pain and experience in each of his songs. Don't miss the chance to catch him at a live performance.