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 about from an idea Bobby Johnson had. He asked me to throw my 2 cents in and I did. I think it's a great song and I thank him for letting me have a part in the construction.
Just found out today 7-26-14 that Vic Wilson of Belfast recorded my song "I'm Just Lucky, I Guess" and I'm mighty proud he did. He makes the 41st country music artist to have recorded it since Red Sovine did in his "Giddy-Up Go" LP in 1966. Many have re-recorded the song in different CD's, DVD's and live CD's and DVD's over the years and this makes the 73rd time to have been recorded by those 41 artists
This song came about from a poem Betty Hodge of Yakima, Washington wrote. Bobby Johnson and I tried to put the feeling into the song that Betty had in the poem.
This song came about from an idea that Bobby Johnson had along with the melody. I helped him finish it and this is the jewel.
This song says it all when you hear "here we go again".You can give in or give up but all the while know love is still there
Gail Russell did a great job with this song on her new CD "Love Is Like The Wind". This song was put together by myself and Vic Holdroyd of England. One fine songwriter and an honest one. We work well together and have finished 12-13 songs so far. I respect him so much.
This song came to me in 1969 while reading the TV Guide. An interviewer was speaking to Barbara Bain of Mission Impossible and ask he "Barbara, why haven't you worn mini-skirts on your program yet?" Her answer was exactly: "I'VE NOT GONE OFF THE DEEP-END YET"-15 minutes later this song was born.
Gail Russell is from New Zealand and sings a great country song. I'm fortunate to have her do this song in her new CD with the title "Love Is Like The Wind". The song came from an idea a friend had that used to work with me. He told me the title would be a good ideal for a song.He's mighty proud of what's happening to this song.
A song written with Vic Holdroyd of England. he and I have written several songs together via email and mp3.
This is from JT's new CD "LONG ROAD TRAVELED" and is a song written with Robert Moore, a disc jockey on clayscountryradio out of Ireland. Robert lives in Newnan, Georgia, Alan Jackson's home town and does his part from home.