A collection of demos that can be recorded and of some already recorded-Debra Gordan-David Ward-Jamey Ryan-Jean Kendall-Don Austin-Linda Griffing-Mike Tilley-Dale Bonafine-The Southern Lites-are some fine demo singers shown on this site and I did demo a few myself-if interested in any song please sign guestbook or write JD at www.jdcole7@Juno.com
Mine and Bobby's first Christmas song written. It's now being played on Medusa radio in the Netherlands
A song written by chance from conversation in a chatroom with Steve Owen. An overnight written song. David Ward does a great job on the demo and Frank Michels did a great job in the studio.
This song came from a note on F/B of a singer that had used a chain saw to cut wood and slipped and cut his arm slightly. Thankfully it just scraped his arm. His statement was "I'd never come that close to losing my arm".. That's all it took..just reading that and the song was there
This song came to be by having an employee that was a great worker. I gave him hours of overtime and he loved it, however, one day I told him he could have the evening off. Later on several people called out and I asked him to work. He said "If and when I ever get any sleep, my dreams will have reruns".That statement stuck and I wrote the song on a napkin. I told myself wow!! The idea was there and the melody hit me instantly.
This song came from a song poem written by Beverly Hall. Dwight and I added our 2 cents and this is what came out.
Juke is from Austria and is one of the biggest country music singers in the country. He did a great job on this song co-written with Vic Holdroyd of the UK
This song came about from a statement by Steve and I on clayscountry. It just developed from there and this is the result.
This song came from an idea Ben Kitchens had. I added my 2 cents in and this is what came out in the final count.
This song came from Maverick on TV. He found out the lady just wanted to say 'goodbye' and she left him sittin' on a cold Montana rock
This song came from a poem Betty Hodge wrote and Bobby Johnson and I put our 2 cents in. Love this song and Dwight does a great job with it. Thanks so much