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 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
This song came from a statement made by granddaughter Samantha on Facebook. It hit my mind and had it written down in no time. God is good and I'm thankful
THIS SONG IS THE RESULT OF A POEM WRITTEN BY BETTY HODGE. BOBBY JOHNSON AND I THREW A NICKLE'S WORTH OF EFFORT IN THIS TIME AND BOBBY DID THE DEMO ON IT. ALONG CAME MARCO TO SHOW US HIS STYLE ON IT. LOVE THIS SONG
Bobby Johnson sent this idea to me. He had a melody already for it. Finished it and it is an amazing country Christmas song. Down-to-earth country with a Christmas feeling
THIS SONG CAME ABOUT FROM A POEM BY BETTY HODGE. BOBBY JOHNSON AND I ADDED OUR 2 CENTS AND THIS IS THE RESULT
This song is telling the girl she'd better stop her way of doing or else she'll lose everything in a nutshell
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.