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The Official Clinton Gregrory / Press

"When Clinton toured with us our first year, we had no idea that he sang, he just played fiddle for us. We were in Taos, New Mexico staying in a hotel that had no air conditioning, so we rolled out the windows. All of a sudden we heard this voice of an angel, so my sisters and I left the room in search of the guy with the angelic voice. When we finally found where it was coming from, we were shocked to find it was Clinton. We had no idea that he sang and played guitar!! I have always been a fan of Clinton Gregory..and I love him as a person..just a wonderful guy to know!"

Jennifer McCarter (The McCarters) - Clinton Gregory News

“Too Much Ain't Enough! I LOVE it! Great songs, great production, and a helluva great singer! Hope it goes gangbusters!”

Becky Hobbs (award winning singer/songwriter) - Clinton Gregory News

“Clinton Gregory has a smooth, soothing voice that, combined with plenty of steel guitars and fiddles, makes this a true country album well worth investing in and adding to your collection.”

Dayne Shuda - Country Music Life

“I can already tell from here that "Too Much Ain't Enough" is definitely going to end up on my personal Top 10 country album list for 2012.”

Don Chance - Time Record News

“Too Much Ain't Enough’ is one of the best projects to come out of Nashville in years. Clinton Gregory hit the nail on the head with every track and leaves nothing but great music to be heard. If only every artist produced such quality, Music City would be so much better off.”

Scott Sexon - Today’s Country

“It’s a great record that caught me off guard. It’s a traditional country sound with plenty to offer. If you’re into traditional country then pick this one up”

Dayne Shuda - Country Music Life

“Clinton Gregory’s new release Too Much Ain’t Enough, is a breath of traditional Country fresh air. The lead track, “Too Country For Nashville,” sets the tone for the entire album which is chock full of songs written in the traditional style.”

Dan Harr - Nashville Music News

“Congrats to Jamie Creasy, Melody Roundup Music, Clinton Gregory and everyone involved with the release of Too Much Ain't Enough... Now Playing on country station near you”

Clinton Gregory News

“Clinton Gregory ("The Early Days") will be featured on TNN's "Music City Tonight"--this evening--with hosts Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase! The show airs on TNN (local channel 4-1) beginning at 7:00PM!”