George's country music library expands from George Jones, Johnny Cash, George Strait, Merle Haggard and the like, to Toby Keith, Trace Adkins and Kenny Chesney and everything in between. When George performs with the Stone River Band , The Live Bait Band or The Country Castaways Band at the Castaways Restaurant or other country music venues, these 200+ songs are the hits he has in his head to draw from.
When he's playing as his solo acoustic act, where he adopted the name "Strumming George," he has over 350-400 songs on an ever-growing play list hand out for you to choose from. This list includes favorites from Neil Diamond to Neil Young. Hits from Simon and Garfunkel to Waylon Jennings, or from Jim Croce to Kid Rock or Matchbox 20 are many samples available. A song list is available for the audience to look over and select from which includes approximately 350 songs from most genres and the encouragement to ask for songs they don't see, because he does know more, there just isn't room on the list for all the songs he knows!
If you are thinking that you might want to hear some of George's work, you can contact usand we will be happy to provide you withsome of George's music. We can also send you a copy of his song list if you contact us on our Contacts page.
In the mid 1980's, after moving from Detroit, MI to Syracuse, NY, George wrote his first Country Western song that was recorded. The name was inspired by a nearby correctional facility, although not named after it. If you would like to listen to his song, click on the icon to the left.
The song is protected, so any use of it for profit without George's consent will be a violation and will be sanctioned to royalties and punative damages.