Clinton Gregory was the first independent artist of the 90's to hit #25 & #26 on the Hot Country Charts with "Play Ruby Play" and "If it Weren't for Country Music I'd Go Crazy".
The sweet singing fiddle and tone like Jones is sharing more of his magic with his new single release "Bridges". Bridges is a powerful country song, written by Gary Hannan(Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off & Back When I Knew It All) and Marty Brown. Following in the footsteps of his father, a Grand Ole Opry fiddle player, Clinton hit Nashville running by the age of 12 and performed with Willie Nelson, Hank Williams Jr., Garth Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, Marty Stuart, Travis Tritt , Aaron Tippin, Pam Tillis, Joe Diffie, Ronnie McDowell, Doug Stone, Highway 101, Mark Chestnut, T.G. Sheppard, Holly Dunn, Faron Young, Ray Price, Jack Greene, The Statler Brothers, and Restless Heart. In the 90's Clinton went from musician to artist releasing his first album 'Music N Me'.
In 1992 and 1993 he was awarded the Music Row Industry's Independent Artist of the Year award. Since then Clinton has appeared on Conan O' Brian with Neil Young promoting the movie and soundtrack for "Heart of Gold". Clinton also performed on two other albums with Neil Young. He played and opened for Gene Watson and Tanya Tucker during their tour to Ireland, Sweden, Japan and China. Clinton also made an appearance in the movie Radical Jack with Billy Ray Cyrus. His credits also include recording sessions with Mickey Newbury songwriting with the legendary Hank Cochran.
Clinton's witty sense of humor puts his audience front and center and sets the stage for a powerful performance. Partner that with his fiddle playing skills and you have a true musicians musician and singers singer.