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
This song came to be from a track Bobby Johnson had. It sounded like a song that should mention Dallas. He and I combined a few words and this is the result.
Steve Owen had the idea for this song. After I put my 2 cents in he put a melody to it and this is the outcome. I believe it tells a complete story of what is happening in this word and truthfully all of us can say "This Ole World Ain't What It Used To Be" Thanks Steve
Emilie is from Denmark and she did such a great job on this song. Betty Hodge gave me the idea for this song when it was called 'Heart, It's Time' and Rob Hollander made the demo so beautiful. Just by changing a few words it became a Country-Gospel song. I've always felt when you write down a true-to-life love song that's given you that you're writing two songs at once. The person on earth that you love and the Almighty God.
Bobby woke up on 6-1-15 and had a melody and an idea. Got up, planted the melody and a few lines of a verse and chorus. Send it to me afterwards. Got up A.M. of 6-2-15..looked at it..went to breakfast and then WHAM..it hit me right in the mind. That's how this song came to be.
This song came from an ideal by Betty Hodge. Rob Hollander produced the track on it and recorded it first. Victoria did a great job on the song
This song came to be from an idea Bobby Johnson had. Came out pretty good I think.
"Dallas" was co-written with Vic Holdroyd. The second cut of this song. I believe it will be recorded again and again. It's just that kind of song.
Another song co-written with Vic Holdroyd and recorded by Rio Carter of Germany. This is the third cut of this song and I believe there will be more.
This song is a co-write with Vic Holdroyd. Just a pure country ballad sung by one of Germany's top country singers Rio Carter
This song is a co-write with James Lynas. He had the idea and I added my 2 cents in. Pretty good cut of "Baby, I'm Sorry"