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Beau Renfro: Press

"Thanks to all the DJ's worldwide for playing our music." Beau Renfro
1 Robert Mizzell Thanks a lot
2 Peter & Rowers & Joe Diffie Long Gone Loner
3 Shaun Loughrey Did You Stand By Me
4 Michael Thomason Band 100% Chance of tears
5 Camille Te Nahu & Stuie French All I ever need is you
6 Gina Michaels Somebody’s angel
7 The Bellamy Brothers Drug Problem
8 The Benn Sisters What A Beautiful Day
9 Brad Paisley I'm still a guy
10 Daniel Langlois Friends
11 The Mateki’s Across the miles
12 Beau Renfro & Julie Taylor Hands across the table
13 Brad Miller A line that I'm not gettin' over
14 Danny Griego Love Crosses Borders
I was headed for a night on the town in Ft Worth not long ago, when I say an sign saying Country Music live with Beau Renfro. So I paid my cover and walked inside. The band was on break and the jukebox was playing a George Jones song. Being a big fan of George I was right at home. I ask the bar keep when the band would start, he laughed and said "o bout right now" I could not believe what I was hearing They did Jones better than Jones and Waylon & Willie was right on time. I listen to some of Beau's songs and was blew away. I was hooked.So a asked the boys if I could review the band in my upcoming piece in Texas Country. I thought you might want to hear where these boys would be playing next.
Beau is always ready to help other artist with advice or just a good word about their music. After asking the band about feature dates, they all said than were looking forward to the Jamboree By The Lake coming up in August in Winnchester, Tennessee.
Beau Renfro and the Clear Country Band work out of Tucson, Arizona and have a lifetime contract with Stardust of Nashville. Beau's records are played on many radio stations worldwide.
If you are looking to hear some great Country Music, I will tell you to visit Beau Renfro and his Clear Country Band at one of their shows. Great sound, great music and a lot of fun.
John Hill/Texas Country Music
John Hill - Texas country music (Apr 9, 2009)
Beau Renfro and his Clear Country Band performed during the 16th annual D-M 50 picnic at Bama Park March 13. The D-M 50 hosts the picnic for Davis Mothen personnel and their families with free entertainment and food.
Beau had the whole base rocking to the Nashville Sounds of Country Music.
As one Airman stated " The bands music took me back home to Texas" and still another took part in helping sing " You Don't have To Call Me Darlin " It was fun for all at Bama Park and we all are looking forward to the next time.
(U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Brittany Dowdle)
B. Dowdle - The Air Force News

Kendall A Guffey's photo.

Kendall Owens - Forrest City Press (Aug 8, 2015)