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Chris Young CD cover 2006's Nashville Star wowed audiences and judges alike with "Drinkin' Me Lonely," a dark honky tonk lament that, in the words of one judge, "revealed a true artist."

Drinkin’ Me Lonely (Larry Wayne Clark/Chris Young)
Chris Young (RCA Nashville)

Buddy Jewell CD cover The original Nashville Star, Buddy continues to shine as one of Music City's fine singer-songwriters.

Addicted To The Rain (Larry Wayne Clark/Buddy Jewell)
Buddy Jewell (Columbia Nashville)

Lee Greenwood CD cover This 1991 gospel-tinged hit remains a staple in Lee's shows. It was also featured in an episode of Walker, Texas Ranger.

Between A Rock And A Heartache (Larry Wayne Clark/Ron Irving/David Simmonds)
All Time Greatest Hits (Curb Records)

South Sixty Five CD cover They only made one album for Atlantic but this vocal quintet showed signs of becoming a new generation's Oak Ridge Boys.

Uncle Hickory’s General Store (Larry Wayne Clark/Stephanie C. Brown)
South Sixty Five (Atlantic Records)

Cathy-Anne McClintock CD cover A bit of bluegrass, a touch of folk, a tasteful dash of pop and an earthy sprinkling of country...Cathy-Anne blends her spice rack of influences into intelligent songs that touch the heart.
I Wanna Live Like That with Tim O'Brien (Larry Wayne Clark/Cathy-Anne McClintock)
Crazy 'Bout You (Larry Wayne Clark/Cathy-Anne McClintock)
Cathy-Anne McClintock (37 Records)

Halie Loren CD cover This brilliant young singer-songwriter packs emotion well beyond her years into jazzy ballads that feature a combo of Portland, Oregon's stellar musicians.

They Oughta Write A Song (Larry Wayne Clark/Halie Loren)
How Should I Know (Larry Wayne Clark/Halie Loren)
They Oughta Write A Song (White Moon Records)

Kenny & Amanda Smith CD cover Kenny's blazing guitar licks and Amanda's mountain fresh vocal stylings have made this bluegrass duo a festival favorite.

You’re Gonna See Me Shine (Larry Wayne Clark/Marc Rossi)
Live And Learn (Rebel Records)

Robin English CD cover Tender ballad or rocker, this Texas-born, harp-blowin', fire-breathing redhead delivers bigtime!

Cotton Field Girl (Larry Wayne Clark/Robin English)
Wake Up Loving You (Larry Wayne Clark/Robin English)
Baby You’re The Man (Larry Wayne Clark/Roy English/Robin English)
Robin English (Aspirion Records)

Wendy Newcomer CD cover Whatever the song, Wendy's lovely, effortless alto plainly shows why she's become a darling of Nashville's alt-country set.

Too Much Vodka (Larry Wayne Clark/Wendy Newcomer)
Even The Devil (Larry Wayne Clark/R.N. Taylor/Wendy Newcomer)
Wendy Newcomer (Directly Records)

Adam Gregory CD cover Edmonton, Alberta's teen sensation has become a full-grown heartthrob who sings with a soulful country-rock rasp.

Walkin’ With The Man (Larry Wayne Clark/Adam Gregory)
Adam Gregory (Mensa Records)

J.R. Vautour CD cover Hard work, vibrant production and memorable songs have made this New Brunswicker one of Canadian radio's most-played Contemporary Country artists.

Do You Remember (Larry Wayne Clark/J.R. Vautour)
J.R. Vautour (Busy Music)

J.R. Vautour CD cover And we're proud to say that J.R. has included one Brainchild song on each of his CDs to date!

You Were There (Larry Wayne Clark/J.R. Vautour/Noah Gordon)
J.R. Vautour (Busy Music)

J.R. Vautour CD cover One of Canada's true independents, Sean's sturdy baritone and excellent songs have made him a radio favourite since the mid-90s.

What Would You Have Me Believe (Larry Wayne Clark/Sean Hogan)
Sean Hogan (Fontana North)

Colin Amey CD cover One of Canada's finest singer-songwriters, Colin plants both feet firmly and knocks it out of the park, time after time.

You Don’t See That Every Day (Larry Wayne Clark/Colin Amey)
Colin Amey (Royalty Records)

Rylee Madison CD cover A favorite in her native Nova Scotia, RyLee's earthy, seductive alto finds a wider audience with each outing. Her Me And Cinderella CD was produced by John Jennings, of Mary Chapin Carpenter fame.

Me And Cinderella (Larry Wayne Clark/Rylee Madison)
Rylee Madison (Madison Productions)

After Tuesday CD cover Hailing from Barrie, Ontario, this smooth-as-silk harmony trio brings a Crosby, Stills and Nash folk-rock element to their Country originals.

Crimson Sky (I Have Arrived) (Larry Wayne Clark/After Tuesday)
You Got Me Fallin’ (Larry Wayne Clark/After Tuesday)
After Tuesday (Royalty Records)

Sean Keane CD cover Sean is an award-winning Irish folk traditionalist whose repertoire includes offerings from some of Music Row's finest tunesmiths, rendered with his unique Celtic spin.

River Of Yesterday (Larry Wayne Clark/Sherry Garland)
Sean Keane (Circin Rua)