Teardrops by George Ducas





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Published on Sep 6, 2007

"Teardrops" was the first video ever shot and first single released from George's first self-titled CD, and was the first of five Top 40 Billboard charting George Ducas singles during the Capitol Records portion of Ducas' career. Shot in Los Angeles, most of the video was shot in an old deserted storage facility, resembling the bar in Nashville where George performed for three years before his career took off.

The bar, then called "Amie's" in Nashville, ironically now called "The End"was a pool hall honky tonk dive, and everyone who walked through those doors loved every minute of it. Back then, George got payed nothing, but the bar would charge folks a dollar at the door, and more often than not George walked out with a big stack of $1 bills at the end of the night...Ducas played all of his newly written songs there, including "Teardrops", and could tell by the audience reaction whether the songs were good or not...They also served beer by the quart - now you can't get better than that, right?

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