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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Cheatin Side of Town, Kelly James Barker and Kinley Taylor Rice



I really enjoy listening to songs from my friend Kelly James Barker. Nice easy-listening with good Country Music!

Amy Carver and Kelly James Barker, Truman Lake Opry



Old favourites given the Kelly James Barker treatment.

The Honkytonk Man, Kelly James Barker

Kelly Lee James, She Called Me Baby All Night Long, Country Classic,



It's always a real pleasure to listen to songs from my friend Kelly James Barker and his band. Good Country Music!

Friday, October 19, 2018

We All Need Our Heroes Colin Gordon Farleigh



This is the song that I'm planning to sing at my audition for Britain's Got Talent on December 8th. The next few weeks will be spent pushing the words into my memory! (LOL)

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

We All Need Our Heroes Colin Gordon Farleigh



Please help me to promote this video by going to YouTube and checking it out. This is one of the songs from my new album "SECOND CHANCES" 

Thank you! 


Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Darren Mullan Forever Friend



This is my song which won the Akademia Music Award for "Best Country Song" for April 2018. A great job made of my song by Darren Mullan​ who also produced and recorded the song in Adelaide.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

What Did You Mean - Lauralei



Another great song from song-writing duo Colin Gordon-Farleigh and Greg Scheer, sung by the fabulous Lauralei. This song is one of eleven great songs from her debut album, "Questions" which is available to download from CD Baby, iTunes and Amazon. Check it out today.

'Momma Knew How To Pray' - Gary McCray



Like Country Music? Well, here's a gteat song from my good friend Gary McCray for you to enjoy, over and over again.

Wild Horses (Beneath the Raging Moon) - Byron J Bryce



Time to enjoy a bit of real Country Music and set your feet a-tapping! A great song for line-dancing to.

THE HAPPY SONG



Have a really happy day today!

'QUESTIONS' sung by Lauralei

Requiem for a Friend

I recently lost my good friend, Barbara, for whom I was named as next-of-kin, as I also was for her late husband Gordon, who passed away almost four years ago. She was quite severely disabled, and I was her main carer, along with my wife, for the last few years. In that position you get very close to folk, and so you can imagine the huge loss that my wife and I have felt over the demise of them both.
Recently I wrote a requiem for Barbara to record my feelings and help in the grieving process. Today I would like to share it with you all. 
Maybe it will help someone else who is grieving for a lost loved one. I hope so.