George Inglis' last album, "Barstool Cowboy" was given a 4 star review in the world famous
"Country Music People" magazine. The album is a
big seller at gigs and the title
track was made into a video which you can view
at the Video page on this website.
George landed his third Hotdisc British & Irish Number 1
single with "Children Of The 60s" following the title
track and "The Man In Black" into the top position on
the prestigious chart which is voted for by DJs and
media people across Europe.
There's a digital 30 track album, "Anthology," out now featuring songs from
his past and some exclusive new cuts, as well as all the
songs from the two albums he has recorded so far,
"Barstool Cowboy" and "Land of Magic."
George's 8 track e.p.
mixes of the plug track,
a new cajun tinged song he wrote called "The Old
Time Rock n' Roll." There's also a video for the song filmed in the Scottish
Borders. The song went to number 1 in the British &
Irish Hotdisc Charts and you can see the video at the
singles are "I Am The Train", as featured in the
movie "The Story of The Borders Railway," "Missing You", which is a track off the "Anthology"
album, plus the latest single, the self-penned "Dear
had six number 1 singles in all on the Hotdisc British &
Irish Chart, with "Barstool Cowboy," "The Man In Black,"
"Children Of The 60s," "The Old Time Rock n' Roll," "I
Am The Train," and "Missing You" all achieving the top
spot in a chart voted on merit by European DJs who
programme and play country music in the radio.