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Rio Grand
OriginTexas, United States
Years active2006–2012
Associated acts37 South, Lucious Funk
Past membersLance Leslie
Tommy Rennick
Danny Rivera
Fred Stallcup

Rio Grand was an American Texas Country group founded by Lance Leslie (harmonica, vocals), Tommy Rennick (vocals, bass guitar), Danny Rivera (lead vocals, guitar, banjo, lap steel guitar, Dobro], and Fred Stallcup (lead guitar, vocals).[1] All four members were natives of the state of Texas. In addition, Tommy Rennick was previously a member of 37 South and the Allison Paige band. Fred Stallcup was previously a member of Lucious Funk.[2] Lance Leslie was formerly in South 65.

In 2006, the group was signed to Asylum-Curb Records. Shortly afterward, their first single (titled "Kill Me Now") was released to radio, reaching a peak of 42 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Co-written by John Rich, Vicky McGehee and Anthony L. Smith, it received a positive rating from Deborah Evans Price of Billboard, who called it "promising".[3] The band released an album, Painted Pony, in 2010.

In 2012, Stallcup and Rivera found a second band called Sweetwater Rain, which is also signed with Curb.[4]


Extended plays

Title Album details
Painted Pony


Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country
2006 "Kill Me Now" 42 Painted Pony
2007 "That's My Memory" N/A
"The Storm Inside of Me" Painted Pony
2008 "God's Got a Bigger Plan"
2009 "Nothing to Go On" N/A
2010 "Painted Pony" Painted Pony
"Beckett's Back Forty" N/A
"I Love Beer"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


  1. ^ "RIO GRAND Biography" (PDF). 25 October 2007. Retrieved 2015-08-22.
  2. ^ Petricka, Laurie. "Rio Grand Interview - Part 1". Retrieved 2007-12-18.
  3. ^ Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. 2003-10-04. p. 50. ISSN 0006-2510. Retrieved 2015-08-22.
  4. ^

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