George Inglis is one of Scotland's most prolific
singer-songwriters and with his band, Rockin' Horse, has
enjoyed several successes in the prestigious Hotdisc Top
40, including three British & Irish Chart No.1s and TV appearances in Ireland and on BBC ALBA.
The release of his album, "Barstool Cowboy",
has given his music a new lease of life, with several
singles from it getting airplay right across the world.
One of those singles from the album, "The Man In Black," was very
successful, reaching number 1 on the Hotdisc British &
Irish Top 10 countdown. It was his own tribute to Johnny
Cash, but further success gave him another number 1 with
the title track from the album. "Children Of The 60s"
was also a chart topper.
Based in the Scottish Borders George is very much
in demand for live gigs all over the UK and he has
currently released an e.p. and the album,
"Anthology" which features some of the best tracks
from his recording career to date, including Hotdisc
Number 1 singles "Missing You" and "I Am The Train."
You can listen to samples of his songs on the Music page
and buy direct from iTunes, Amazon or order the CD album from