T. J. Kirby

T.J. Kirby is a Nashville Songwriter from Atlanta with songs recorded by Alan O’Day, Rebecca May, Kris Cummins, Lynn Easterly, Cristy Lane, Tommy Roe, Kathy Ford, Livzi, Diane Pfeifer, and Liz Spraggins just to name a few. T.J. has been blessed to have had three songs placed in two movies and has written with many great writers including Hall Of Famer Tom Douglas and the late hit writer/artist Alan O’Day.

T.J. says that his antenna is always alert for the next great hook!

Music coming soon. ISG.

Anton Glackin

Anton Glackin may be a new name to some people on the Country scene but others will recognise him as an internationally acclaimed singer songwriter based in Belfast who has shared the stage with some of the world’s biggest talents including Midge Ure, Nanci Griffith, Smokie and Bagatelle.

Anton’s new single Dust Clouds is a reflective ballad returning to traditional elements, in what could be described as a Country/Americana crossover.

More songs to follow. ISG.

 

Dust Clouds

Michael Commins

Pic and bio coming soon. ISG.

Vermont Bounce

Sing The Tennessee Waltz One More Time

High Five For Long Island

Stars Over Ibiza

Chris Napier

Chris Napier comes from Banbridge in Co Down Northern Ireland. Chris has worked as a drummer for the last 16 years with numerous Irish and American country artists and bands such as Philomena Begley, Stephen Smyth, Billie Jo Spears and Ron and Leona Williams. Chris has been writing and recording his own songs since he was very young, citing Keith Whitley, Clinton Gregory and Ricky Skaggs as some of his early influences

 
Just Leave Me

When We Are In Need

If You Don’t know how to Dance.mp3

Darren Holden

Darren Holden starred in Riverdance on Broadway, Gershwin Theatre, New York from 2000 – 2002 and played the lead role of Billy Joel in the Broadway musical “Movin’ Out’ from 2003- 2007 touring USA, Canada, and Japan in this role.

Currently he’s enjoying a huge profile as a member of Irish contemporary folk band “The High Kings”.  The group have scored 2 Top 5 Billboard albums since 2008.

Has appeared on the Late Late Show numerous times, as well as all other major RTE/TV3 shows.

God Be With Those Days

Like Stevie And Lindsey

Suddenly

Summer Song

Through Hell And High Water

California Christmas

Cyndi Torres

Cyndi Limbaugh Torres is a native of Michigan but she has lived in the Nashville area since 1988. It’s that mix of Detroit Rock, Motown Soul and Southern Roots that has given her an eclectic sound as a songwriter.  “I try to write my heart out. Sometimes it’s messy and sometimes, hopefully, it’s beautiful.”

Her song “In Lonesome Dove” was a co-write with Garth Brooks and was included on his 3rd CD, Ropin’ The Wind.  She was a founding member of the Bluegrass Gospel group “Jordan’s Angels”, and received a nomination for Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year from the Bluegrass Music Association International.

Female
A Cold Place To Be

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Destination

Don’t Make Me Laugh

Front Porch

Heartaches And Halos

I’ll Be The Rain

Jonah

Jordans Angels

Just Another Hurt

Mexican

My Old Man

Nothing Says It

One Step Away

Radioactive

The Fall

What Kind Of Kiss Was That?

Yellow Snow

You Show Me Yours

Male
This Old Horse

This Getting Old Is Killing Me

Living In Neverland

It It What It Is

I Love You More

Breathe Easy

Billy Farrell

Billy Farrell
Could This Be Love (with Marc Roberts) This song is on hold. ISG.

Best Days (with Brian Kennedy)

Falling (with Alan Fitzsimonds)

Find The Lord (with Alan Fitzsimonds)

Givin’ Up (with Ed O’Leary and Una Gibney)

I Belong With You (with with Ciaran Brady and Sharon Condon)

More Than Words can Say (with Ed O’Leary) This song is on hold. ISG.

On This Day (with Darren Holden)

Show Me The Light (with Stuart Gray and Eamon Toal)

Ben Travis

Ben Neumann

Ben Travis picked up his dad’s guitar when he was twelve has played in multiple bands. Ben is a writer, guitarist, and vocalist who can morph between country, pop, and rock genres.

 

 

Should I

Where The Corn Used To Grow

Where We’re From

You’ll See

Marc Roberts

Marc Roberts

In 1997 Marc came to international prominence when he represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest and came a credible second with ‘Mysterious Woman’. Marc’s first album was released shortly after & he toured extensively throughout Europe and appeared on all the top TV shows in the UK. Four more albums followed. ‘Meet Me Half Way’, ‘Once in your Life’ and ‘The Promise’

His fifth studio album, ‘Now & Then’. returns Marc to his first love, American country music! The album includes covers from Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Restless Heart, Clint Black, Colin Raye & two brand new originals. One of the tracks from the album is the duet Marc has recorded with Mary Duff.

Songwriting has always been a huge part of Marc’s career. All of his albums to date have included his own material. He has co-written with many top songwriters…. Brian Kennedy, Charlie McGettigan, Jimmy MacCarthy, Darren Holden, Ben Mills, Derek Ryan, Grammy Nominee Billy Yates & Daniel O’Donnell

Dance With The Devil

Daddy’s Little Girl

Four Empty Walls

Makin’ My Way

Running Blind

Wrong Road Again