Grammy-nominated Recording Artist/Songwriter George Ducas was born in Texas City, TX, growing up on a steady diet of Willie Nelson records.
Ducas first caught Nashville’s eye within months of arriving in Nashville, when he co-wrote Radney Foster’s Texas jukebox standard "Just Call Me Lonesome", which fast-tracked him to a recording contract with Capitol Records. His self-titled debut LP, which generated the Top 10 (#6) hit "Lipstick Promises" along with “Teardrops” and “ Hello Cruel World” both also Top 40 Billboard hits. In 1997, he released his second effort, Where I Stand. Ducas has toured nationwide and worldwide (Japan, France, Ireland, England, Brazil, Switzerland) alongside many of the other major names in country music today. His 2013 independent release “4340” earned him the two Texas Top 10 hits, “Breakin’ Stuff” and “CowTown”, and two National Top 40 hits, “All Kinds Of Crazy” and “LoveStruck”. All the while, he’s been earning top flight honors as a premiere Nashville hitmaker, having penned hits for the Eli Young Band, Garth Brooks, Randy Rogers Band, George Jones, The Dixie Chicks, Sara Evans, Trisha Yearwood, Gary Allen, and more.