I’ve worn many hats since I moved to Nashville, (including some that didn’t fit too well). I’ve been a Recording Artist, a Songwriter, a Record Producer, a Record Label CEO, a Road Musician, an Artist Manager, a Booking Agent, and a Music Publisher. However, no matter the hat I was wearing, I was always and foremost a SONGWRITER. Fortunately, life as a songwriter has thus far never forced me to deliver pizza for a living.
I’ve had more than 800 songs demoed and published and, luckily, over 80 of them recorded. Some of my past “recorded” songs (both demos and masters) have included the voices of Major Artists such as Mel Tillis, Loretta Lynn, Faron Young, Mickey Gilley,Charlie Walker, Gene Watson, Freddie Hart, Martina, Johnny Paycheck, Linda Davis, Dave Dudley,The Kendalls, The Wilburn Brothers, Bobby Lord, Roy Rogers, Bobby Lewis, and others, including some major European, South American and Asian Artists.
Most recently I’ve had two songs recorded by Irish up and comer, Country Artist, Sean McAloon (aka Seany Mac). They’re on his latest album, entitled “Why” and “The Tears in Mama’s Eyes”. He has also scheduled a third song of mine to record entitled “Read ‘Em and Weep”.
I’ve been lucky enough to travel a good part of this old world acting as either the opening act, front man, keyboard player and/or road manager for the Stars.