“Where Rock and Country Collide...
.............An Explosive Force of Music Emerges..............
Remember the line in the country song "older women make beautiful lovers?"
In "No Accident" DuBose reminds us old lovers can make beautiful friends. It's a feel good, get out and dance song filled with a lot of his Rock 'n Roll roots with a touch of Jazz.
"These Days" reached #6 on Radio & Record's Americana Chart, at the time being the highest position ever achieved by an Indie Artist. A "Top 40 Albums of the Year" spot on the AMA / R&R Americana Chart.
"Street Sage", a tribute to a homeless Veteran met on the street in LA.
"Captivated" previously selected for use in a "Breast Cancer Awareness" campaign.
"Long Lonely Life" - added to 170 radio stations nationally when released in October 2005, climbing to #83 on the Music Row Country Chart.
"These Days" to spend 7-Weeks in the "Top Ten", 18-Weeks in the "Top 40" with a debut of #14 on the AMA / R&R Charts.
All Indianz Promotions
“RADIO & RECORDS FEATURES CLAY DUBOSE AS THEIR AMERICANA SPOTLIGHT ARTIST
After scoring an impressive showing with his debut solo outing, Rewriting History, at Americana radio, Texas musical chameleon Clay DuBose has kicked things up a few notches with his sophomore effort, These Days. Taking his cues from country rock, blues, Texas swing and a tad of Buck Owens' Bakersfield sound, DuBose has fulfilled his promise by becoming a core artist for Americana radio. The new album is already top 10 on the Americana Airplay chart - the highest ride any independent artist has ever taken. Portions of the album were produced in Los Angeles with DuBose's friend Will Ray and feature such great session players as Greg Leisz, Danny Timms, Mike Clark and Rami Jaffe. The rest of the project was completed back in Texas and co-produced by Brian Hofeldt of The Derailers, with that very band playing along. I like "Long, Lonely Life," "No Accident" and "Less is More.”
Radio & Records
“Radio and Records, in featuring Clay as their Americana Spotlight Artist (Summer 2003), had this to say about his previous record Rewriting History: Since its release, this project has developed an impressive story at Americana radio. Rewriting History ultimately made it to the ..23 position of the Radio & Records Americana Chart, to ..2 on the Progressive Country Chart, to ..10 on the Roots Music Report and to ..7 on the Country Roots Music Chart. Love Me Two Times climbed the Music Row Country Chart and the rest of the world took notice as the song was added to 33 play lists internationally. It reached ..17 on the European Country Music Associations Top 200 Chart. Big Kev Ploghoft, music director for WDVR and a program host at Sirius Satellite Radio said "If Your Heart Ain't Broke was one of the top tracks of the year at WDVR.
— Radio & Records
“Big Kev Ploghoft, Music Director, WDVR Radio and a program host at Sirius Satellite Radio said "If Your Heart Ain't Broke was one of the top tracks of the year at WDVR."
Kev Ploghoft served as Music Director of WDVR-FM in Sergeantsville, NJ (2002-2007) and is the Co-Creator, Co-Prodcucer along with the Artist Development Co Op and host of the Living Room Series radio program that airs on numerous stations. With over 20 years experience in the Americana field, Ploghoft is well known and respected in the Americana music field. Currently he is the Talent Co-ordinator and Content Consultant for WXLV -Roots 90.3 in Schnecksville, Pa., as well as Music Director for Regional Roots Radio.
He is Co-Creator and Co-Prodcucer of "the Living Room Series" along with the Artist Development Co-Op of the "Living Room Series" radio program that airs on numerous stations.