With a sound combining traditional Texas country music vocals with the genre’s more modern musical offerings, Clint B and The Southern Ruckus Band is already making a name for itself in the Houston music scene. The band has graced stages at some of the city’s most popular destinations, including the Firehouse Saloon and the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Cookoff, as well as many of Houston’s bars, restaurants and wine bars.
Clint and the band are putting the finishing touches on four singles set to release in 2021, with the first song dropping during the first quarter of the year. The singles are being recorded at Off The Row Studios in Nashville and are produced by P.T. Houston (guitarist for Freddy Fender, Phil Everly of The Everly Brothers and Randy Meisner of The Eagles.) The songs, which explore themes from looking for someone to mend a broken heart to how Clint’s wife changed his life, will be available on all major streaming services, including Spotify, Amazon Music and Apple Music.
When he isn’t working on new music, Clint can usually be found enjoying the outdoors. He is an avid hunter and fisher and loves being around water, whether playing pool volleyball or relaxing at the beach. He has a deep appreciation for anything related to sea turtles, an interest he picked up after witnessing sea turtles on the beach while vacationing in Akumal, Mexico. Clint also enjoys sky diving, karate, surfing, science fiction and fantasy, including Game of Thrones and Star Wars when he's not giving his attention to his dog and his family.