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Curtis Grimes - Discography



In four short years, Curtis Grimes has been a star college baseball pitcher, chased his dream of being a singer / songwriter, played hundreds of concerts all over Texas and the southwestern United States, and performed in front of millions on television.

Grimes, a 25 year old from Gilmer, Texas, was an academic scholar and athlete at Harmony High School where he was an All-State pitcher and member of the 2003 state qualifying baseball team. Following graduation he accepted academic and baseball scholarships to Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana.

After a break up with his then fiancé, he started playing guitar and developed an interest in songwriting, teaching himself how to play on a used guitar that he purchased at a pawn shop. Grimes then headed down I35 with plans of finishing his degree at Texas State University in San Marcos. While there he fell under the influence of the Texas Country music scene. With legendary venues so close, he was able to follow the Texas Country artists he looked up to.

After playing for friends and relatives at gatherings and parties, Grimes was hooked by the entertainment bug. He started playing acoustic shows at a couple of small venues, bars, and fraternity parties.

Things definitely picked up for after he won the Austin leg of Kenny Chesney’s The Next Big Star contest, getting the opportunity to open for Chesney at the Frank Erwin Center during his Poets and Pirates tour. Chesney also invited Curtis on stage for his encore.

Grimes continued to perform all over Texas and had the opportunity to play with artists such as Jack Ingram, Justin Moore, Eli Young Band, Leann Rimes, Josh Abbott, and Kevin Fowler to name a few.

In 2011, Grimes was asked to audition for the NBC Television show "The Voice”. He was then invited to Los Angeles to participate on the show and made it to the quarterfinals. The show, which was watched by over 15 million viewers during each episode, has opened even more doors for Curtis and he plans on taking advantage of every one of them.

Grimes has extended his fan base as a regular fixture on the Texas music scene. As he expands his sphere with performances around the state of Texas and beyond, Grimes and his band definitely have things looking up.


Curtis Grimes - Lonely River 2009


Curtis Grimes is a 23 year old singer/songwriter from Upshur County who is pursuing his dream in the Texas Country Music scene.

Grimes was an academic scholar and athlete at Harmony High School where he was an All-State pitcher and member of the 2003 state qualifying baseball team. Following graduation he accepted academic and baseball scholarships to Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana.

After a break up with his then fiancé, it was here that he started playing guitar and developed an interest in songwriting. One day he went to a pawn shop, purchased a used Dean guitar, and taught himself to play. Grimes then "headed down 35” with plans of finishing his degree at Texas State University in San Marcos. While there he fell under the influence of the Texas Country music scene. With legendary venues so close, he was able to follow the Texas Country artists he looked up to. After playing for friends and relatives at gatherings and parties, Grimes was hooked by the entertainment bug. In the summer of 2007 he started playing acoustic shows at a couple of small venues for fraternity events and small bars. He then met fiddle player Jerry Reynolds and the two hit it off both as musicians and friends, landing multiple gigs at bigger events and venues.

His current band consists of bass player Ryan Sullivan, a graduate of Berkley College of Music, lead guitarist Nick Gardner who also attended Berkley, and drummer James Richardson, a music major at the University of Texas. Things definitely picked up for Grimes after he won the Austin leg of Kenny Chesney’s "The Next Big Star” contest, getting the opportunity to open for Chesney at the Frank Erwin Center during his Poets and Pirates tour.

In their first year as a full band, they have also shared the stage with Lee Ann Rimes, Jack Ingram, Cory Morrow, Aaron Watson, and Doug Stone to name a few. Grimes is now a part of a new wave of Texas Country where his influences are the headliners of today. Grimes has extended his fan base as a regular fixture on Austin’s renowned 6th Street scene and performed at venues such as Stubb’s, Midnight Rodeo, Antone’s, Blind Pig, Peckerheads, Maggie Mae’s and many others.

As he expands his sphere with performances around the state of Texas and Oklahoma, Grimes and his band definitely have things looking up.


Traсklist:
01. Lonely River
02. Still Need You Tonight
03. Whirlwind
04. A Girl Like You
05. My Best
06. Never Give Up
07. Follow Your Heart
08. At Least You Know
09. It's Me
10. How 'bout Tonight
11. Whiskey Drunk

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Curtis Grimes - Doin' My Time 2011


In four short years, Curtis Grimes has been a star college baseball pitcher, chased his dream of being a singer / songwriter, played hundreds of concerts all over Texas and the southwestern United States, and performed in front of millions on television.

Grimes, a 25 year old from Gilmer, Texas, was an academic scholar and athlete at Harmony High School where he was an All-State pitcher and member of the 2003 state qualifying baseball team. Following graduation he accepted academic and baseball scholarships to Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana.

After a break up with his then fiance, he started playing guitar and developed an interest in songwriting, teaching himself how to play on a used guitar that he purchased at a pawn shop. Grimes then headed down I35 with plans of finishing his degree at Texas State University in San Marcos. While there he fell under the influence of the Texas Country music scene. With legendary venues so close, he was able to follow the Texas Country artists he looked up to.

After playing for friends and relatives at gatherings and parties, Grimes was hooked by the entertainment bug. He started playing acoustic shows at a couple of small venues, bars, and fraternity parties.

Things definitely picked up for after he won the Austin leg of Kenny Chesney’s The Next Big Star contest, getting the opportunity to open for Chesney at the Frank Erwin Center during his Poets and Pirates tour. Chesney also invited Curtis on stage for his encore.

Grimes continued to perform all over Texas and had the opportunity to play with artists such as Jack Ingram, Justin Moore, Eli Young Band, Leann Rimes, Josh Abbott, and Kevin Fowler to name a few.

In 2011, Grimes was asked to audition for the NBC Television show "The Voice”. He was then invited to Los Angeles to participate on the show and made it to the quarterfinals. The show, which was watched by over 15 million viewers during each episode, has opened even more doors for Curtis and he plans on taking advantage of every one of them.

Grimes has extended his fan base as a regular fixture on the Texas music scene. As he expands his sphere with performances around the state of Texas and beyond, Grimes and his band definitely have things looking up.



Traсklist:
01. Doin' My Time
02. Lonely River
03. Rain
04. Irresponsible 
05. Jessie's Song 
06. Heaven
07. A Girl Like You

Bitrate:mp3, 320 kbps  Size: 55 MB

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Curtis Grimes - Live From the Parish (2012)



Curtis Grimes is a 23 year old singer/songwriter from Upshur County who is pursuing his dream in the Texas Country Music scene. Grimes was an academic scholar and athlete at Harmony High School where he was an All-State pitcher and member of the 2003 state qualifying baseball team. Following graduation he accepted academic and baseball scholarships to Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana. After a break up with his then fiancé, it was here that he started playing guitar and developed an interest in songwriting. One day he went to a pawn shop, purchased a used Dean guitar, and taught himself to play. Grimes then "headed down 35” with plans of finishing his degree at Texas State University in San Marcos. While there he fell under the influence of the Texas Country music scene. With legendary venues so close, he was able to follow the Texas Country artists he looked up to. After playing for friends and relatives at gatherings and parties, Grimes was hooked by the entertainment bug. In the summer of 2007 he started playing acoustic shows at a couple of small venues for fraternity events and small bars. He then met fiddle player Jerry Reynolds and the two hit it off both as musicians and friends, landing multiple gigs at bigger events and venues. His current band consists of bass player Ryan Sullivan, a graduate of Berkley College of Music, lead guitarist Nick Gardner who also attended Berkley, and drummer James Richardson, a music major at the University of Texas. Things definitely picked up for Grimes after he won the Austin leg of Kenny Chesney’s "The Next Big Star” contest, getting the opportunity to open for Chesney at the Frank Erwin Center during his Poets and Pirates tour. In their first year as a full band, they have also shared the stage with Lee Ann Rimes, Jack Ingram, Cory Morrow, Aaron Watson, and Doug Stone to name a few. Grimes is now a part of a new wave of Texas Country where his influences are the headliners of today. Grimes has extended his fan base as a regular fixture on Austin’s renowned 6th Street scene and performed at venues such as Stubb’s, Midnight Rodeo, Antone’s, Blind Pig, Peckerheads, Maggie Mae’s and many others. As he expands his sphere with performances around the state of Texas and Oklahoma, Grimes and his band definitely have things looking up.



Traсklist:
1. Rain (Live)
2. Memories (Live)
3. A Girl Like You (Live)
4. My Love Is That Way  (Live)
5. Home To Me (Live)
6. Lonely River (Live)
7. My Best (Live)
8. How 'Bout Tonight (Live)
9. Rock And A Heartache  (Live)
10. Devil's Heart (Live)
11. Irresponsible (Live)
12. Whiskey Drunk (Live)
13. Doin' My Time (Live)
14. Smile (studio version)
15. Love Is To Blame (studio version)



Bitrate:mp3, 320 kbps  Size: 163 MB
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