George Ducas “Lipstick Promises”-Flashback Friday [VIDEO]
We’ve come to the end of the week once again so it’s time to get in the time machine and remember a tune you may have forgotten about with another installment of Flashback Friday.
We go back to 1995 for this Top 10 hit from George Ducas called “Lipstick Promises”
George started his career as a songwriter helping write the hit “Just Call Me Lonesome” for Radney Foster in 1992. George started his recording career in 1994 signing with Liberty records, a label which also had a fellow you may have heard of named Garth Brooks. In 1995, Ducas released his debut self titled album and went to #9 with “Lipstick Promises”. George became another “One Hit Wonder” never reaching the top 10 again afterwards..
Ducas continues to record and perform as well as write songs for other artists. He co-wrote “Beer Run” with for Garth Brooks and George Jones, The number one hit “A Real Fine Place To Start” for Sara Evans and “Always The Love Songs” for the Eli Young Band. He also wrote album cuts that appeared on albums from The Dixie Chicks, Gary Allan and Trisha Yearwood.
Hope you enjoyed this tune you may have forgotten about and remember to check back next week for another blast from the past. If you have any suggestions of tunes you would like to see featured be sure to make them in the comment box.