Gary Clute, Las Cruces Singer/Songwriter and Nashville recording artist, is a native of Las Cruces, NM. He began his professional musical career at 16, performing in local clubs and colleges and recording records at the Golddust Recording Studio in Las Cruces. After attending New Mexico State University, he joined the American Corporation of Artists booking agency in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and for years, toured throughout the Midwest states. He and his wife settled in Nashville, Tennessee where he continued singing, recording, and writing. BMI since forever and NSAI lifetime member, songs written and co-written by Gary were published by a number of Nashville’s top publishers before he began writing exclusively for the Walter Haynes Music Company on Music Row. He recorded an album for Cookhouse Records in Minneapolis, and a number of singles on SoundWaves Records in Nashville that received accolades in both Billboard and Cashbox music magazines. Now a computer programmer and technical writer, Gary, and his wife moved back to the Las Cruces area in 2005, where he continues to sing and write. Since returning, he has completed ‘Too Good’, a pop-opera/musical, several original Christmas Carols, and numerous contemporary songs. Gary created the score and songs for a short movie, Face Full of Dollars, produced by Eric Seo and executive producer Mark Medoff, and most recently, the background orchestration and songs for six hour long documentaries produced and directed by Ed Breeding; 'Prescription for Addiction', 'Holders of Wisdom' , 'Shattered Reality', 'Spirit of Art' , Messages from the Ancestors, and 'The Human Effect', from which the song 'One' was a finalist in the 29th Annual New Mexico Music Awards.
Gary's 2016 PBS mini-concert was voted one of three 'Best of Year' concerts. Besides www.reverbnation.com/garyclute you can catch some of my newer songs and compositions at https://emastered.com/profile/GaryC
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Singer Songwriter, composer
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What is your style of music?
Various - country, pop, easy listening, blues, classical
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John Denver, Michael Johnson, Nat King Cole, Don Williams, Larry Gatlin, Mac Davis,...
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