TRRMA New Male Vocalist! WOW!

What an amazing honor! I had a show in Odessa and was unable to attend the TRRMA Awards, but I was informed that I won New Male Vocalist at this year''s awards. What an honor! Thanks so much to all of you that voted and have supported me throughout the years. Things keep getting better every day and I am glad to share this with all of you.

God Bless, CG'


Reasons Why I Do What I Do

Now that the cat is out of the bag on the next single "Our Side Of The Fence" it feels really good seeing an album review like this from a great friend in radio affirming that this next song hits home like it does for me. Thanks so much Jennifer for the kind words!

CD Review of Curtis Grimes Our Side of the Fence
Jennifer Allen Full

Disclosure- I've been on the Curtis Grimes bandwagon for a while now. I find him, as an artist and a human, to be an incredibly talented, sincere individual with an understated charm. His voice is remincent of Clay Walker, infused with the ease of other Texas crooners such as Tracy Byrd. His writing has matured, along with his sound, but it all still sounds genuine to me and not forced beyond his years. To say that I was excited to hear his new material, produced by the one and only Trent Wilmon, is a given. I am thrilled with what these two have given us in the way of Our Side of the Fence. I enjoyed the entire album, but as always, there are standouts. Obviously, the lead single, "The Cowboy Kind" has proven to be a hit with radio and fans alike and continues to do well on the Texas Music Chart. Track one, "Who Knew" is another charmer; it''s up tempo, fun, and young but not juvenile. "Better Off'' stirred up memories of the first time I heard Dierks Bentley''s "Come A Little Bit Closer". It''s sexy, but not overtly sexual and feels like a grown up slice of life; it''s real and romantic all at once. "Baby Don''t Cry" is a sweet, easy ballad and I am sure it's a hit at live shows. Speaking of crowd pleasers, "Wet" is a home run; there is more than one man I know anxiously awaiting the video for that tune. "Texas Plates" is the perfect summer anthem; how can you not love a song with a shout out to College Station? I hope the powers that be consider the title track "Our Side of the Fence" for the next single from this project. It's just a fantastic, solid tune that I never tire of hearing. The hook is catchy and it's easy to identify with the concept. It's just a great song that I hope to share with our audience sooner rather than later. My personal favorite on the project is "Think I Know". I''ve always loved the songs that pay homage to the legends of country and Curtis manages to be wistful in his delivery but not pandering. His voice is smooth as good bourbon, never dipping into syrupy or gimmicky. It's an ode the greats and he nails it. There is depth on this project that I think can appeal to the masses. I can hear these cuts coming out of a Whisky Myers song, or a Keith Urban tune, with the same amount of ease. There is a lot for radio programmers and fans to get excited about on the album. I hope Our Side of the Fence garners Curtis the attention he deserves.

Give it a listen for yourself and let me know what you think at

New Site!

Hey everybody! Welcome to my new website! Hopefully it will be nice and easy for you guys to get around on and we would love to have you spend time exploring and hanging out if you want to! All of our links to the other social media sites as well as the CG online store are located at the top of the page. Other than that, crank up "The Cowboy Kind" and enjoy! We will be doing some really cool contests here in the near future so check back often!

"The Cowboy Kind" lyric video

Our Side Of The Fence

Hey guys! The time is almost here! "Our Side Of The Fence" is coming out Feb 11! Just wanted to give you a look at the cover and track list first. Hope You Enjoy It!! 

 1. Who Knew
 2. Song for You Baby
 3. The Cowboy Kind
 4. Honeycomb
 5. Keg Party
 6. Our Side of The Fence
 7. Better Off
 8. Drunk For That
 9. Wet
 10. Baby Don''t Cry
 11. Texas Plates
 12. Think I Know'

Exciting News!!

Got some GREAT news to tell ya!!..I just signed endorsement deals with Justin Boots, CINCH JEANS and Southern Thread. Beyond excited about this!! 

NASHVILLE, TN - (September 13, 2013)

Breakout singer/songwriter and season one contestant of NBC''s The Voice, Curtis Grimes has signed endorsement deals with the Justin Boot Company, Cinch and Southern Thread clothing companies.

 "Growing up in the country I have always worn Justin Boots and both Cinch and Southern Thread Clothing. From performing on stage to running daily errands, these brands are not only comfortable but they fit my style," said Grimes. "I am extremely excited about the partnership with Justin, Cinch and Southern Thread, and I look forward to working closely with them!"

Justin Boots also partners with country artists George Strait and Jason Aldean. They also have several Texas country artists that are aligned with their Justin Bent Rail collection.
The partnership with Cinch and Southern Thread will include Grimes being featured in marketing campaigns, at rodeos across America, social media outlets and promotions in western stores.  Grimes can also be seen chasing the dream on season three of Troubadour, TX; the docu-reality television show capturing the lives of artists in the Texas country music scene. Season three of Troubadour, TX starts in late September.  With a top 5 single on the Texas charts Grimes has been extremely busy touring and in the studio recording his second full length album that is being produced by Nashville singer/songwriter Trent Willmon.
For information on Grimes visit

About Justin Brands, Inc. Justin Brands, Inc., the recognized leader in Western footwear, is a Berkshire Hathaway corporation (NYSE: BRKa) and its divisions include Justin Boot Company, Tony Lama Company, Nocona Boot Company, Chippewa Boot Company, and Justin Originial Workboots.

About Cinch and Southern Thread. Cinch and Southern Thread brands are a Miller International, Inc. corporation out of Denver, CO and its divisions include Cinch, Southern Thread, Cruel, Cruel Girl, Miller Ranch, Johnny Ringo Boots and Rod Patrick Boots.

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