The Great Divide (band)

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The Great Divide
The Great Divide.jpg
The Great Divide, 1998
Background information
Origin Stillwater, Oklahoma, United States
Genres Country, Red Dirt
Years active 1992–2007, 2011
Labels Campfire
Atlantic
Broken Bow
Website

http://tgdreunion.com/

https://www.facebook.com/tgdreunion
Past members Mike McClure
Scott Lester
Kelley Green
J. J. Lester
Micah Aills
Joseph May

The Great Divide is an American Red Dirt/Texas Country music group, originally from Stillwater, Oklahoma. The Great Divide formed its own record label, publishing company and operating company, and began recording. The group's first two albums, Goin' For Broke and Break In The Storm, were independent releases. Atlantic Records signed the group and re-released Break In The Storm as well as the band's third album, Revolutions. Remain, the group's fifth album, was released independently at the end of 2002.

The Great Divide's original front man and central songwriter, Mike McClure, left the band in early 2003 to pursue a career highlighting his originals and helping other bands record albums. By late summer the band had a new lead, Micah Aills, who was from Washington Court House, Ohio.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Title US Country
1995 Goin' for Broke
1998 Break in the Storm 69
1999 Revolutions 73
2000 Afterglow: The Will Rogers Sessions
2001 Dirt and Spirit
2002 Remain
2005 Under Your Own Sun

Singles[edit]

Year Title US Country Album
1998 "Never Could" 74 Break in the Storm
"Pour Me a Vacation" 59
1999 "San Isabella" Revolutions
2001 "Out of Here Tonight" Afterglow: The Will Rogers Sessions
"Days Go"
"Wild Horses"
2002 "Lost in the Night" Remain
2004 "Freedom" Single only
2005 "Crazy in California" Under Your Own Sun
2006 "The Plan"

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
1998 "Never Could" Bob Gabrielsen
"Pour Me a Vacation"
1999 "San Isabella"
2001 "Out of Here Tonight"[1] Peter Zavadil

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