Tommy Lee Moffat was born in the small town of Renfrew in Scotland. Tommy is real country boy at heart as he has a farming background and graduated college with a degree in agriculture. He began playing in clubs at the age of 14 singing rock, pop, and country covers. He moved over to country music influenced by Merle Haggard, George Jones, Dwight Yoakum, and George Strait. Tommy formed the Blue ridge band which toured extensively throughout Europe performing covers and original material. Tommy's last album before leaving Europe for the United States titled “This is Not Me,“ which received good reviews in both the press and radio. Tommy moved to the U.S. to pursue his music career in South Carolina and Tennessee, writing and recording his music, however due to unforeseen circumstances he had to put his music aside. Upon moving to California Tommy started a career in farming and now owns his own custom harvesting business. In 2003, Tommy was diagnosed with kidney failure and had to go on dialysis until 2008, of when he received a kidney transplant. During that period Tommy had written many new songs and with some persuading from his family and friends desired to get back into the country music scene. Tommy has since recorded another CD titled "This Old Farm" and is working to complete his new album titled "Dixie Sunshine" which should be available in about 4 weeks.
Singer/Song writer and performer /Recording Artist/Entertainer - Born in Houston Texas 05/19/1971 and raised in Arlington/Mansfield Texas areas all of my life. I have been writing songs for almost 20 years off and on and involved in music since I was able to sit up and listen to my Great Grandpaw Eugene Turnbow play the fiddle. As a child I was surrounded by musicians, music & lifestyle that was very musically involved. On my fathers side -Eugene (fiddle player) his son Sonny Turnbow (played guitar & sang) and my dad Don Turnbow played the (drums) & Uncle Thomas Turnbow played the (bass). They played every street dance from Carlsbad New Mexico to Dallas Texas. Moms side of the family was also all about music. My Grand Parents Gene & Doris Evans both played, wrote and performed music most of their entire lives. And since then I have followed my roots and found music to be my life. I play the drums and harmonica and vocals and love to write and perform. I am in search of serious driven musicians and willing to write for any need.
took hold of a guitar for the first time at the age of 11, and has not stopped playing it ever since. His mother, who played and sung for herself, thought him his first chords and thus spoiled little Eddy for the rest of his life. Somewhere halfway the seventies, Eddy discovered rising Country star John Denver and from that moment on his Country mania became a fact. At the early eighties, Eddy -naming himself Eddy Gee- started his career on stage; from then, until his 36th, he played in several all-round bands and he performed as a singer/entertainer, with both tapes and orchestra. He joined the Dutch country band Dorsley Edition for some time and for seven years he played with the Black Out Band which was based in the Dutch city of Almere. At that time this band, playing covers from the sixties and seventies, was very popular locally, but Eddy did not find the musical satisfaction he was looking for. According to music-connoisseurs, Eddy Gee has a very remarkable voice, alike to the sound of his main influence, American Country star Vince Gill, from whom Eddy plays some of his best songs. Others judge him the timbre of Eddy Vedder (Pearl Jam), the sadness of Michael Stipe (R.E.M.) and the emotional gasp of Don Henley (The Eagles). Eddy puts much time into writing his own songs, and with success. He released his first album “There’s So Much That I Need To Say” in the Netherlands on October 10th 1998. The recordings took place at the Nixward studio in Almere, and among the musicians are his former fellow-musicians from the Black Out Band. One of the already recorded songs, "Moving Along" is expected to become a real smasher, especially in the German country-scene. Eddy appeared as an absolute smash on the "Western Experience" festival in the Brabant Halls in Den Bosch. His performance there was broadcast twice on Dutch television, on Veronica's "Western Lifestyle", where he was announced as one of the most important new talents. Eddy also appeared on Veronica's "Call TV: de Winkel van Sinkel", where his outstanding performance was highly appreciated. In Germany, Eddy appeared on the television show "Keep it Country”. On December15th 2008, Eddy released his new single “A Beautiful Memory” with “Couldn’t Sleep At All” as the second song. The music is played by the musicians of his band “Side Effect” and the songs were written by Eddy himself. In 2009, “A Beautiful Memory” was nominated for Song Of The Year 2008. In December 2012, Eddy’s EP “I Need You” was released with four songs written by himself. The music of three songs on this EP were recorded in Nashville, the vocals were recorded at the Nixward Studio in Scherpenzeel. During the Dutch Country Music Award 2013 was Eddy's song "I Need You" voted Song of the Year 2012 and the award was handed over from the hands of the jury chairman Richard Lamers. During the weekend of October 25-27 2013, Eddy won the 3e place at the 3e Country Music Euro Masters 2013, held in Neustadt Germany. Eddy Gee is available with band, as duo or solo for performances in clubs, venues, theatres and festivals as well as singer-songwriter events. For more information on booking Eddy Gee please contact Eddy Gee Productions – Tamarastraat 10 – 4105 GD - Culemborg - Nederland Telefoon +31- 654385508 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website www.eddygee.nl For more information on Eddy Gee and a preview of his music, www.eddygee.nl
born and raised in a small town, Skørping in Northern Jytland, Denmark. As long as I can remember, I have always been singing and loving music. When I was 10, I learned to play the guitar, and had the first gigs on the road with my band when I was 12. Through the years I have been playing and singing in different bands, doing several recordings, backing vocals and so forth for other artists as well. All this time, my love for Country Music grew. As a result of that, I was part of starting up one of Denmark's first Country band, and we toured, amongst others, Norway and Ireland, and saw every corner of Denmark. Three years ago I pulled the plug on “Emilie Band”, had a break, and took time to connect with my hopes and dreams for my future. Through all these years as a singer, my desire had always been to make an album to call my own, with new songs, that I can relate to and share from my heart. So how did this amazing project come about? I met Vic Holdroyd on Facebook he offered me to buy some of his tracks from his songs . Later on Lonnie Ratliff from Nashville offered me some songs as well, and last but not least, Irish songwriter Kevin Fleming entered the picture. DJ Bjarne C Hesselbjerggaard suggested the “Worm” studio in Hjørring, and the recordings took place in a tranquil green scenario, with cornfields and horses. I am incredibly thankful for the wonderful journey we had together, and the professionalism and great spirit has earned my deepest appreciation and respect! Thanks for your patience! Making this CD has brought me through an emotional rollercoaster-ride looking back at my life with joys and sorrows, and every song is very dear to my heart, and though I might not be the writer of the words, I feel like they were all made just for me. An example of this could be “Dear Brother”, lyrics by Kevin Fleming and music written by Vic Holdroyd. This song is a tribute to my 2 brothers who died of cancer at the age of 35 and 42. “Love and Two Dimes” written by Vic Holdroyd, states how money might be necessary to survive, but of no great importance when compared to things that really matter in life, such as love. I hope you will enjoy taking this journey with me – this is my dream come true.
Hanah Breck, a WHS junior from east Texas has a clear, distinctive, unusual voice and persona that grabs the audiences attention wherever she sings. Hanah likes singing traditional country and gospel, squeezing in a little pop here and there. Hanah sings solo but also shares vocals with her sister Hailee Kristee. Both are beautiful young singers & musicians. Hanah is a natural playing the guitar as lead and rhythm. She also plays clarinet. Dancing while singing mostly with her sister, she has been performing at many venues throughout east Texas since 2009. Hanah & her younger sister Hailee also perform in her band Scatter Proof Band - SPB. She has been repeatedly performed in Franklin & Nashville, Tennessee doing some TV taping and live shows. Hanah welcomes you to like and follow her on Facebook. Thank you!
Formed a four member Country Band in Prescott Valley, Arizona in 2010 called "The Mavricks" (that was a job). Dissolved the Band and moved to Central Florida in July 2012. Worked on starting a Band here but was not successful. Played Solo for a few years, then switch to using audio instrumentals for songs I selected on line. An electronic Band was born! Since 2014 I have used a BOSE II Sound System supported by a 12" subwoofer powered by a Fender Rumble 350 Bass Amp Head. The two married together gives me the sound quality I need. It's great; no temperamental Band members and no arguments or "no shows". For outside performances I use a high wattage Behringer Sound System.
Mike began playing for a living at 16, working for the Little Walter Price Blues Band. Switching to country in 1980, he spent years on the road playing for Jeff Hord and the Texas Fullhouse Band, Hatfield and McCoy, Phoenix, and others. Mike has opened for and played shows with Toby Keith, Dixie Chicks, Johnny Rodriguez, Gene Watson and many, many more. He had his first song, "Whiskey and Tears", recorded in 1984. Mike has 3 CD's out, "Good For Something", "A Mile Of Bad Track" and now "Pieces Of Me" released in 2016
Finding inspiration in one place isn’t rare, but the gift of travel can open up the creative doors to an endless amount of possibilities. Singer-songwriter Troy Lindsey has been lucky enough to land a day job that allows him to see the world, but when he’s not clocked in working on Sikorsky skycranes, he’s making music with emotion at the core. Anything can be a trigger, whether it’s the way the sky turns orange, a hotel room in Japan or firefighting down under, Lindsey has seen it all and has been triggered by those and more as he works on his upcoming sixth album. Following up 2014’s Cold Emotion, Lindsey’s upcoming album will be produced by Scotty Schultz and feature a diverse cascade of songs, along with a duet with country singer Eden Moody. That diversity comes from the music he grew up on. Waylon Jennings taught him how similar rock and country could be. He says, “The grit and stories were just tough and the emotion felt real while still rocking and not putting me to sleep.” While Jennings was a lesson in genre, Neil Young and Bob Dylan showed him the importance of storytelling through song. Which is what he always tries to employ as he writes about his travels whether they be about the few weeks he spent in the jungles of Peru, or some other adventure he’s been on. Like the time he was in Russia and was trying to fill the gap between cultures and penned “Cold Emotion.” It’s not always about the emotions felt when abroad, as “Dark Hour” came from witnessing all the school shootings in the states, and then there’s “Runners.” A song that has yet to be released, Lindsey assures listeners will know what it’s about from the start with the line, “Runners were born for losing, and losers were born for running, I find myself in the middle, of it all again.” Troy Lindsey has been lucky enough to travel the world thanks to his day job, and through that and his other adventures - he’s been moved emotionally to write about his escapades and put them to song. Most of which can be found on his previous five albums, as well as on his upcoming release.
I currently do not have a band so I sing to my tracks 🙂 However, True Love Wanted, Worried Mind, Farmer's Daughters and Fuel On My Fire where played by JUDE, the musial genius' responsible for those tracks and I thank them EVER SO MUCH!!! I have been working on some song writing and can't thank you all enough for your support! God bless!!!!! What can I say.... I LOVE TO SING! I can't thank the good Lord enough for blessing me with this opportunity and I hope you enjoy my music! I have ALWAYS loved to sing! Genre doesn't matter 🙂 Top favorite Genres are Country and Pop, though. Funny how you never know things until something like this happens.... come to find out that I am a distant relative of, Song Bird of the South, Kate Smith and, I think, 4th cousin to Rock-A-Billy artist, Ray Smith. Thank you all for your support and God bless you all!