Clare Dunn Gives Us an Anthem for the Hardworking Man [Listen]

Clare Dunn

photo: PR Photo/Carlos Ruiz

Clare Dunn's "Tuxedo" is a welcome ode to men with dirt under their fingernails and work boots on their feet.

Clare Dunn grew up on a farm in southeast Colorado working cattle, hauling water, driving combines, tractors, and eighteen wheelers. Having been raised alongside hardworking farmers and ranchers, Dunn has developed a special appreciation for men who bust their butts and have a ton of high-quality character.

Learn more about Dunn’s reasons for penning “Tuxedo” and her ideal man below.

The talented guitar-slinger is a country music star on the rise— opening for Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Colt Ford, Parmalee, Hank Jr., and Jamey Johnson. The artist also sang backing vocals on Luke Bryan‘s smash hit “Country Girl (Shake It for Me).”

Clare Dunn is a rare sonic gem and she is poised to make big waves with her gutsy her musical style and her mind-blowing live performances. We admire her work ethic and expect big things from this talent down the road.

“Oh my man
He got them real strong hands
And after working all day out in that hot sunshine
He comes walking in always lookin’ so fine…”

Meanwhile, we’ll be singing along to “Tuxedo” on loop…

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