Stephen is an Oscar and Grammy-nominated songwriter. His hits include, "On and On, It Might Be You (Theme From Tootsie), Save It For A Rainy Day, Little Italy, Looking For The Right One, and Separate Lives." Stephen's songs have been recorded by Phil Collins, Eric Clapton, Barbra Streisand, Kenny Loggins, Sting, Art Garfunkel, Beyonce, and more.
In total, Stephen has written 650+ songs, released 19 albums, sold over 10+ million records worldwide and had his music streamed 200+ million times. His most recent album, "We'll Talk About It Later In The Car," was released by BMG in 2019. In Eric Clapton's autobiography, he mentions Stephen as one of his favorite songwriters.
James Bourne is a multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter and musician. James is most well known as the co-founder of the pop-rock band, Busted. Formed in 2000, the band had four UK number-one singles, won two Brit awards, released four studio albums and sold over 5 million records. Bourne has written numerous hit songs for numerous recording artists, including The Jonas Brothers, Melanie C, 5sos, McFly, Patrick Monahan, and more. Off the stage, James has written five musicals, he is now pursuing a solo career and is slated to release his first solo album in 2020.
You may have seen Jack Tempchin’s featured interview in the ‘History of the Eagles’ documentary. Or you may have heard his name referenced from the stage on the final ‘History of the Eagles’ World Tour by the late great Glenn Frey.
Jack Tempchin is an RIAA Diamond Certified Songwriter and 2019 Songwriter Hall of Famer. He is a legendary hit songwriter whose two best known compositions, “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Already Gone”, are now synonymous with the Southern California Sound.
Both songs are on ‘Eagles: Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975’, awarded *Best-Selling U.S. Album of the 20th Century* by the RIAA. Tempchin has five Eagles contributions total, including “The Girl From Yesterday” from the ‘Hell Freezes Over’ reunion release, plus “It’s Your World Now” and “Somebody”, both on their double-disc release, ‘Long Road Out Of Eden’.
Jack Tempchin songs have been performed by or recorded by : George Jones, Buck Owens, Emmylou Harris, Glen Campbell, Chris Hillman, Jackson Browne, Dwight Yoakam, Linda Ronstadt, Patty Loveless, Trisha Yearwood, Tanya Tucker, Jim Lauderdale, Johnny Duncan, Richie Havens, Randy Meisner, Sammy Kershaw, Kate Wolf, Tom Rush, Little Texas, The Paladins, New Riders Of the Purple Sage , and Wilson Philips and Jim James of My Morning Jacket.
Hailed by two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee David Crosby as "one of the best young singer-songwriters in America...maybe even the world", Marcus Eaton is proud to announce the release of Invisible Lines - his fourth solo record.
Marcus has emerged as one of the leading lights of the new generation of American singer-songwriters. Through passionate and intelligent lyrics in songs reminiscent of Ed Sheeran and John Mayer, Marcus’ music draws the listener into an intimate experience. Coupled with a virtuoso, original guitar technique, songs of love and metaphysics all wrapped in an original singing voice are performed by an artist described by Crosby "as like God - on a good day."
Marcus has an extensive touring history and having had his own band, Marcus Eaton Trio, he now primarily performs solo. Marcus has opened for artists such as Bob Dylan and Dave Matthews, Nils Lofgren, Dr John and more. A very busy couple of years which included solo tours across Europe and scoring the soundtrack to the acclaimed David Crosby documentary ‘Remember My Name’ have seen Marcus working at the peak of his creativity, the end result of which is the release of this brand new record, "Invisible Lines."
Whey Jennings grew up in a family full of country music royalty. His grandfather, the legendary Waylon Jennings and grandmother Jessi Colter both had major success in the major music charts for decades. Jennings is a "rough around the edges, unpolished singer" with a voice as big as Texas. He couldn't go pop with a mouth full of crackers! Jennings is the oldest son of his mother Katherine and father Terry Jennings. Whey has always had a deep love for music since the first time he stepped foot on stage.
Whey was just a boy when, at one of his grandfather's shows, Jessi Colter left a microphone on a chair backstage after performing "Storms Never Last". Young Whey picked up the microphone and pranced out onto the stage and began singing "Mamma's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys." Whey's grandpa Waylon shouted out: "Hey hold up there Hoss...wait for me!" Waylon went to pickin' and when the song was finished, the crowd went nuts. It was on that day that Whey fell in love with music and as they say... the rest is history.
Jimmy Webb is an American songwriter, composer and singer known worldwide as a master of his trade. He is the only artist ever to have received Grammy Awards for music, lyrics, and orchestration. Not many artists can say they premiered a classical nocturne and had a rap hit with Kanye West (“Do What You Gotta Do” on “Famous”) in the same year, but Jimmy’s career is full of surprises. Since his first platinum hit “The Worst That Could Happen,” Webb has had numerous hits including “Up, Up and Away,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” “Wichita Lineman,” “Galveston,” “All I Know” and “MacArthur Park,” and has also become a leader and mentor in the industry as a champion for songwriters.
Known as Luke Duke from, “The Dukes of Hazzard.” All it takes is a phrase or two from Tom Wopat’s warm, engaging baritone to trigger the desire to hear more. And the more one listens, the better it gets — from the way he finds the heart of a song’s story to his lyrical phrasing and his gently swinging, jazz-infused rhythms.
Tom may be best known for his starring role in the ’80s hit television series The Dukes of Hazzard. But his versatility was there from the beginning, and on full display in a career reaching from his television work of the ‘70s and ‘80s to high visibility Broadway roles in 1999’s Annie Get Your Gun and 2008’s Catered Affair (he received Tony Award nominations for both), as well as Chicago, Forty-Second St., Sondheim on Sondheim and more.
David Pack is perhaps best known as the co-founder, singer, and guitarist of Ambrosia, and the voice of the timeless hits they produced in the 1970's and 80’s. But since that time David has established himself as a successful solo artist, in-demand Grammy-winning record producer, and Music Director of global special events - including both of President Clinton's Inaugural Galas, and events for Barbra Streisand, Elton John, Billy Joel, Madonna and others.
His collected works have sold over 50 million units worldwide. His two principal musical mentors for over 30 years are friends Quincy Jones and the late Leonard Bernstein.
David has had a career that most artists can only dream of and he is still going strong well into his fourth decade in music, with his classic songs not only enduring on the radio, but striking a chord with today’s hottest musicians and film-makers - in 2015 Pack’s “How Much I Feel” was sampled by hip-hop artist Big Sean on his song “All Your Fault” (feat. Kanye West) from his #1 album “Dark Sky Paradise,” with Pack credited for 50% of songwriting. In 2016 Judd Apatow’s Netflix original series “Love” featured David’s classic “Biggest Part Of Me” in the series trailer and in the first two episodes.
LAUREN WOOD is a world-renowned songwriter, recording artist, musician, producer and voice-over artist. She is best known for her smash hit song, “FALLEN” from the award-winning movie/ soundtrack, “PRETTY WOMAN", which sold over 17 million copies, and from her top 3 hit duet with MICHAEL McDONALD, “PLEASE DON’T LEAVE,” released on one of her four albums for WARNER BROTHER’S RECORDS.
She has also written Top 20 hits for Gladys Knight and Phillip Bailey, as well as songs for Cher, Dusty Springfield, Johnny Mathis, Sammy (Van Halen) Hagar, Animotion, Larry Coryell, Warren Hill, Leo Sayer, Billy Preston, Nicolette Larson, Tiffany, Albert Hammond, Presuntos Implicados and many others. Rita Coolidge performed Lauren’s song, “Echo My Heart” for “Farm Aid.” Lauren’s songs have appeared in numerous films and television shows including, “Police Academy,” “Days of Our Lives,” and “That’s Life.”
He may not be much of a talker, but he’s got an awful lot to say. Matt Jordan may be a quiet guy in conversation but he more than makes up for it with his prolific storytelling through song. Described as having a “hint of Springsteen's restlessness and Petty's recklessness,” Jordan has been recently profiled by the likes of American Songwriter, The Boot, and CMT. With Grammy-award nominated producer, Sal Oliveri (P!nk, Chris Stapleton, Sheryl Crow) at the helm, the future proves promising for the budding artist. Born to a family of singers, music was just a normal part of the daily family life. His parents raised him on the American classics, like Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, and The Eagles, and those legends have had a major impact on his songwriting style.