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This is what my grandmother called her old pickup truck when she was a teenager.
artist: Vannatta
title: Paradise
A pure counrty song that is a real sweet heart.
Featuring Grand Ole Opry Member Ernie Ashworth Songwriters:John Silvestri (ASCAP) L.Silvestri (BMI) Publisher
The songs is about 2 cheaters....that have never cheated before. Little Jimmie Publishing (ASCAP) Took 2nd. p
artist: David James
Lyrics by David James & Andrea Crimmins. Music by Peter Renfree & Andrea Crimmins. Produced by Lee Gibson, Hot
This song reached no.4 in Traditional Country during Spring, 2004.
Collaboration with Bob Muscovitz, a duet. Arranged and produced by Tammy Swindell, Lead vocals and harmony by
title: Old Glory
A statement of what our Flag represents, this piece was written post WWII by a Veteran and had a resurrgence f
artist: Darin Warner
artist: daviddsmusic
This is a love song for all the women in the world
artist: ZAN THE MAN
Old songs hold a world of memories.
artist: John Fee
'The More He Drinks The More He Thinks is a fiddle-laced ballad about a man who thinks he can drink away thou
Vocals Vonee Rose He Told Me He Loved Me Tonight Written By Juanita ford / Vonee Rose Music owned By Juan
artist: Monty Savitz
title: The Old Guy
An original recorded at home
This song is in tribute to our men and women that fought in WWII. To me, they were our Greatest Generation!
True family story with a traditional country sound. Rich Brennion on pedal steel.
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Christian Country
"Carry My Tears (Remix)"
MMissary a husband and wife team Country to Country Rock to Light Pop for vocal music and Easy Listening to Alternative for instrumentals
Whisky Dixon
Alternative Country
"Jonny my friend"
We are a country rock band with a future in the industy so look out.
Exebelle and The Rusted Cavalcade
Alternative Country
"Harboring The Tygers"
Harboring The Tygers
Lightnin Harry Dee
All songs are written and performed by Lightnin' Harry Dee. Special thanks to Fred Gallagher (guitar) J.J. Fenderbender (drums) AND Elliot Baron (bass)...The LHDee Band.... In Memory of the late Frank Cutrona, coauthor and vocalist on I'm An Alcoho..
Vonee Rose Music
"Red Wine & Honky Tonk Lies"
Songwriter who writes most of her own music and records in her home studio using a keyboard and computer programs Enjoys cowriting with other artist Queen of Country Heartache was cowritten with Juanita Ford...
Crossing over; Our Graduation Day!: Dave Berland has once again taken a lyric that came to me a couple weeks ago, after the passing of a dear prayer warrior from my church, and transformed it into a truly warm and uplifting song called, "Graduation Day" You see, when I had learned of this passing of one of the most concerned and loving people ever to grace our walls, the immediate thought that came to mind was, "WOW;. She had her Graduation Day!" There is no joy as great as knowing that you will see someone who has moved on again, in heaven. What is even more amazng is that I sent the lyric off to Dave Berland the morning I...
leroy g
Music Diary: Australian venues and places I have preformed in: LOCHINVAR HOTEL & PUB Paterson Town Festival (2005) Golden Grape Vineyard, Pokoblin Greta Workers Club Bellbird Workers Club Millfield Public School LaGuna,NSW Teralba,NSW Uland Pub Singleton RSL,NSW Cranky Corner Mountains East Maitland Berosfield Wine bar Neath Hotel, Neath, NSW Kurri, Kurri Bowling Club Kurri Kurri 'Cruise In' Auto show (2005) Kurri Kurri Farmers Markets (2005, 2006,2007) Telarah Bowling Club, Telarah, NSW Poleys Place Music Festival, Gl...
Tomas David Hood
Cross Roads - Hard Times, Important Times: Times are tough all over. I've felt the economic crunch, personally. Lost a business, lost a home, a living more or less "homeless", working whenever I can. Music tends to take a back seat at these times in life. Some of us have to sell our musical instruments... and I've had to, too. It has been a while since I could sit down and be creative. I have a draft of a new instrumental, that I am working on. I'd love to hear some critique from you ... and your thoughts on the whole thing. Here's the link. Read the story for the meaning behind the name... "Cross Roads" Cross Roads - by ...
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