Singer/Songwriter and Master of Social Work student George-Cliff Hudson has been writing and playing music for over ten years, with a musical styling ranging anywhere from standard country, to a â€śboot through the doorâ€ť style of country rock. While it has been said that life imitates art, in his case Geore-Cliffâ€™s art is his life. George-Cliff takes the personal experiences that have helped shape his life and writes with an honest outlook and gratitude for the simple act of being alive.
The ballad â€śSend My Loveâ€ť was written by George-Cliff for his wife while he was in Iraq as an Infantry Squad Leader in The United States Marine Corps. A poignant song of longing, it has both helped others dealing with deployments and separation, and afforded George-Cliff the opportunity to share his music with audiences at venues and military bases throughout the east coast and all over the southeast.
George-Cliff has recently play at Boot Fest, a benefit for the Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial, a bronze sculpture destined for the state Capitol grounds and played at War Memorial Stadium in a concert for returning service men and women and their families. George-Cliff is currently working as a research assistant with the Veteranâ€™s Administration through the UAMS Psychiatric Research Institute while he is pursuing his MSW degree.
In a word, George-Cliff writes about appreciation. From the exuberance of â€śCountry Fried Pedigreeâ€ť to the simple celebration of â€śDoinâ€™ Fine Tonight,â€ť George-Cliffâ€™s outlook is clear: â€śSay thank you Lord, weâ€™re alive and doinâ€™ fine tonight.â€ť George-Cliff wants to bring the type of music that makes you raise your drink and appreciate the momentâ€¦all the while screaming at the top of your lungs.
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