Born on a farm in southeast Colorado, Clare Dunn grew up working cattle and driving tractors and combines, so she admires a hardworking man, like the one she writes and sings about in her new single, “Tuxedo.”
“‘Tuxedo’ came about just through me wanting to express my hopes and what I look for in my dream guy and what I hope to be able to find…and as a farm girl I grew up admiring farm boys,” says Clare. “‘Tuxedo’ is a song about all the things that I admire about a man. He’s hardworking, he’s not afraid to go out there and do what it takes to provide, but he’s just a down-to-earth guy. I love Justin Timberlake and all his suits and ties and that sort of a picture of a man, but in reality, for me, a guy in a pair of jeans and a dirty white tee looks just as good to me.”
Clare will hit the road with Lee Brice’s Life Off My Years Tour in March, but first, she hit the stage of the Grand Ole Opry on March 5th.
“Tuxedo” is available online at iTunes now, grab your copy here. The new single is also at country radio, be sure to call in and request.