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Cletis Carr

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posted 7 years ago
Singer-songwriter Cletis Carr knows a good yarn. Especially when paired with a good melody and some gritty slide guitar.

A careful student of the human condition, Carr's story-songs play out like mini-movies. Tales of joy, heartbreak, redemption, ordinary madness and everyday heroes are framed in a rich tapestry of acoustic steel-string guitar, dobro and lap slide.

Raised in America to a family of professional country musicians, Carr first tasted success with his early 80’s new wave band Sneakers, which launched a solo career that’s taken him all over the planet and has seen the release of five solo albums and numerous band projects.

Over the years, he’s toured and shared stages with the likes of Tom Petty, John Mellencamp, Chuck Berry, Elvis Costello, Joan Jett, Nick Lowe and Huey Lewis, just to name a few.

An intended brief vacation in Australia found Carr touring with members of AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, the Easybeats, Bondi Cigars and the Saints. His bands Big Whiskey and Hillbilly Moon (with Paul Norton and the late Rose Tattoo legend Peter Wells) both met with considerable critical acclaim.

In the mid-90’s he moved behind the scenes as a producer of new and emerging artist... (+) expand
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Calista (level 39) wrote:
Hey there CC. It was great catching up with you today. Again, best of luck to you with your move and always with your music. Thank you so much for posting your new song :-) Love it! Now, write, write, write some more :-)
11 months ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
Hi Billy T. It's the ankled one from SL ~ Casidhe Brissot in my 'quiet' form. :-) I love what you have posted here. Your last song is just heart wrenching. You should be heading out on your tour soon? Non? *hugs* and waving at you from off the West Coast of Canada :-)
7 years ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
Well, had to come back and dance around to She Knew Elvis. How are you doing hun? You have such a perfect ear....not one questionable note. Clear voice...your ear carries over to that as well. Get a bio up here :-)
7 years ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
You can run, but you cannot hide, Billy Thunders!! Glad to have chatted with you in SL last night, and how funny that I had just cruised through your tunes just the other day but didn't make the connection. You are sounding good! Where is my slide guitar?? Come on!! Make me happy!! Hugs and hearts coming your way...just have to decide which one to tap :-) Your tour is coming soon.....keeping fingers and toes crossed for a successful trip!
7 years ago
Elaine DiMasi wrote:
Magnetic. Thanks for the music!
7 years ago
Tippsy (level 34) wrote:
Welcome to t61 - like your sound!
7 years ago