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Rickey Gene Wright & Duck Creek Station

Rickey Gene Wright is the founding member of The Duck Creek Station Americana Band based out of North Texas. RGW often performs solo and he also performs as a duet, trio and quartet as Duck Creek Station. The late Denise Owen was an integral part of Duck Creek Station from 2012 through 2023. Currently RGW is often accompanied by Frank DaCosta on the acoustic bass and on the electric bass.

RGW is a BMI Registered Songwriter and Verified Spotify Artist. He is a Seasoned Performer at Concerts, Festivals, Listening Rooms, House Concerts, In---The---Round Songwriter Spotlights, Breweries, Wineries and Wine Bars. He also performs at Corporate Events with original storytelling songs as he engages the audiences with uplifting G - rated, old fashion down home humor and little Americana history.
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In Addition To RGW's 5 Released Albums Of Original Songs - Below Is A List Of Cover Songs
Americana Singer Songwriters
Pancho & Lefty (Townes Van Zandt)
If I Needed You (Townes Van Zandt)
Fort Worth Blues (Steve Earl)
Copperhead Road (Steve Earl)
The Cape (Guy Clark)
Magnolia Wind (Guy Clark)
Stuff That Works (Guy Clark)
Desperados Waitin' For A Train (Guy Clark, Jerry Jeff Walker)
L.A. Freeway (Guy Clark, Jerry Jeff Walker)
Back Sliders Wine (Michael Martin Murphy)
What's Forever For (Michael Martin Murphey)
Feeling Good Again (Robert Earl Keen)
The Road Goes On Forever (Robert Earl Keen)
It Ain't Easy Being Me (Chris Knight)
Down The River (Chris Knight)
If You Could Read My Mind (
Gordon Lightfoot)
Sundown (Gordon Lightfoot)
Never Leave Harlan Alive (
Darrel Scott)

Americana Standards

House Of The Risin' Sun (Doc Watson's Americana Lyrics)
Mr. Bojangles (Nitty Griity Dirt Band, Jerry Jeff Walker)
City Of New Orleans (Steve Goodman, Willie Nelson)
The Weight (The Band)
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (
The Band)

Americana Band Songs (Acoustic Versions)

Fire On The Mountain (Marshall Tucker Band
Can't You See (Marshall Tucker Band
Simple Man (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Legend Of Curtis Lowe (
Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Tequila Sunrise (Eagles
)
Desperado (Eagles)
Peaceful Easy Feeling (Eagles)
Deep Ellum Blues (Grateful Dead)
Hurricane (Band Of Heathens)


Mandolin Rhythm Led Songs
Copperhead Road (
Steve Earl)
Wagon Wheel (Old Crow Medicine Show)


Six String Banjo Led Songs (Americana Style)
Have You Ever Seen Rain (Creedance Clearwater Revival)
Lodi (Creedance Clearwater Revival
Wayfaring Stranger (
Johnny Cash, Robert Earl Keen)
Catfish John (Grateful Dead, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Alison Krauss)


Modern Country
Don't Let The Old Man In (Toby Keith)
Beer For My Horses (Toby Keith)
People Are Crazy (
Billy Currington)
Good Directions (Billy Currington)
Ole Red (Blake Shelton)
Austin (Blake Shelton)
Tennessee Whiskey (Chris Stapleton
)
Broken Halos (Chris Stapleton)
In Color (Jamey Johnson)
Lead Me Home (Jamey Johnson
Pantry (
Lyle Lovett)
Bears (Lyle Lovett)

Half Of My Mistakes (Radney Foster)
Angel Flight (Radney Foster)
The Weary Kind (Ryan Bingham)
Southside Of Heaven (
Ryan Bingham)

Classic Country
Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down (
Johnny Cash)
Ring Of Fire (Johnny Cash)

I'd Have To Be Crazy (Willie Nelson) 
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain (Willie Nelson)
All Of Me (Willie Nelson)
You Ask Me To (Waylon Jennings)
Mamas Don't Let You Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys (Waylon Jennings)
Delta Dawn (
Waylon Jennings written by Alex Harvey)
Rueben James (
Kenny Rogers written by Alex Harvey)
The Greatest (Kenny Rogers)
The Older I Get (Alan Jackson)

Amanda (Don Williams)
Lord I Hope This Day Is Good (Don Williams)
Okie From Muskogee (Merle Haggard)
Sing Me Back Home (Merle Haggard)
Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind (George Strait)
Amarillo By Morning (George Strait)
San Antonio Rose (Bob Wills)

Faded Love (Bob Wills)
 

Rickey Gene Wright & Frank Dacosta
Six Springs Tavern January 2024

"Tennessee Whiskey" Chris Stapleton Cover Song
 

"The Older I Get" Alan Jackson Cover Song 

Rickey Gene Wright & Denise Owen Performing The USA National Anthem (Banjo Version)

"Simple Man" Lynyrd Skynyrd Cover Song 

"Frank And Jesse James" At Poor David's Pub in Dallas, Written by Rickey Gene Wright

"Here On This Side Of Heaven"
This Song Was Written & recorded After The Death Of RGW's Friend, Music Partner & Bandmate Denise Owen
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In Memory Of Denise Owen
September 11, 1962 - December 11, 2023
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