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Historical Notes

Historical Notes
  1. Recorded in Chicago in 1994.
  2. Produced by Joe Thomas
  3. "Listen To Your Woman" made it to #54 in Billboard charts.
  4. "Black Dresses" climbed to #54 in Billboard.
  5. CD climbed to #4 in Americana charts.
  6. Friend Greg Leiz was instrumental in creating this sound. Playing guitar, pedal steel, mandolin, and electric guitar. He's one of the most amazing musicians I've ever met. Thank you Greg.
  7. This is where my LA band got hosed by the label and to this day I feel for them; Dave Hall, Ed Tree, John McDuffy, Billy Block.


Historical Notes
  1. 1. Recorded in Nashville in 1996
  2. Produced by Buddy Cannon (producer of Shania Twain, Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, etc...)
  3. Great co-writers on this CD include Hank Cochran ('I Fall To Pieces' for Patsy Cline) and Jim Weatherly ('Midnight Train To Georgia' for Gladys Knight and the Pipps.")
  4. A few of the songs I even co-wrote with members of the band; Danny Torroll and Gary Hooker. Much fun!
  5. This CD was so much fun to make. And Buddy found all the coolest musicians around to create it. Like Buddy Emmons who played with Elvis, and Hank Williams, etc. Thank you Buddy.
  1. Recorded in Atlanta in 2003.
  2. For years, people have asked, 'what is the music you're writing? I never knew. Now I do. It's called 'Cowboy Soul'. It's country music with a vibe. A feeling.
  3. My mentor co-writer on this CD was John Bettis of 'Top of the World' for Pointer Sisters, 'Crazy for You' for Madonna, 'Human Nature' for Michael Jackson and many other great classics We wrote together once a week for two years. An awesome learning experience. Thank you John.
  4. A mutual friend introduced R&B producer Peter Moore to me and immediately we hit it off. This was the missing ingrediant my music needed. A producer who excels at R&B. The boundries of this CD are wide. Thank you Peter.