"George McClure's Americana is comprised of a healthy dose of Western Swing Revival and Instrumental Country. Although he hails from Nashville, McClure doesn't let the city's plastic sound seep into his warm and twangy songs."   []

Phreaktones[tm] performances are visually appealing and hi-energy. Establishing a special rapport with the audience (sometimes with extemporaneous comedy) and singing and playing with conviction and soul are trademarks of McClure shows. Layered harmonies and tight rhythmic intensity are de rigueur.

the Phreaktones[tm] (la Frontera) appear as up to a ten-piece act with background vocalists, horns, steel guitar, and fiddle on top of a rhythm section providing the sophistication of Latin and swing jazz with the hard drive of country rock and bluegrass. The group is based in Nashville, Tennessee. 1999-2000 saw McClure tours to Houston, San Antonio, Tampa, Maryland, and shows throughout the Southeast. He logged 180 performances in 26 states during 1996.

George & the Phreaktones[tm], with a Fan Club in the thousands, is rapidly expanding their national and international following. Catch their latest show!


"We put a smile on every face and a glow in every fart!" 


"...a true original." [Britt Savage]

"He has a way of making every song his own." [Billy Rose]

George McClure wears Stetson Hats and plays Gibson Banjos

George McClure on tour, visiting Apache and Geronimo's Gravesites, Oklahoma
George McClure playing homage to Geronimo's kin, on tour in Oklahoma. Twenty-four eagles circled above. (l-r) Danny Ray Cole, George McClure


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