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Petite, sassy Canadian beauty, renowned for her high-octane, kick ass performances, country star Krysta Scoggins is an upbeat powerhouse of musical talent with an increasing national and international following. Her sophomore album, “SHINE”, produced by award winning Nashville producer Scott Baggett (Alison Krauss, Road Hammers),features songs that Krysta co-wrote with top songwriters, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Jason McCoy, Patricia Conroy and Danick Dupelle( Emerson Drive).
An uptempo heartwarming seasonal song for the holidays by country singer Krysta Scoggins, recorded and written by Scoggins and producer Scott Baggett. The song tells a story of a couple who have moved apart and the woman's realization that he is still the one for her, and her plans to return to him by Christmas. "Home To You (This Christmas)"
is propelled by Scoggins’ unique vocal performance and the catchy chorus is guaranteed to have you singing along.
Scoggins is known for her considerable charitable work, and artist and writer's proceeds from this song will be donated to "The Make A Wish Foundation".
So, we invite you to purchase a romantic Christmas song that will not only warm your heart and ready you for the holiday season but give you the bonus of doing a very good deed.
He's come a long way since the billboard!
Ryan Laird gained international exposure with his gutsy 2008 billboard asking Taylor Swift to produce his record. The stunt put him on a tour of North American media, appearing on Entertainment Tonight and in Country Weekly magazine. Even Swift mentioned Laird's talent in an E! News interview.
Now, Ryan has a Canadian Radio Music Award nominated Top 10 single under his belt ("I'm Your Man"), and is gearing up for a big summer as he tours with Alan Jackson and Emerson Drive between festival engagements.
This collection contains songs written by Laird and some of Nashville's biggest hit makers, including Monty Powell (Keith Urban), Eric Silver (Dixie Chicks), Gilles Godard (Terri Clark), and Chris Wallin (Kenny Chesney). "Want You Still" and "If There Ever Was" show a softer side of Ryan, while "I'm Your Man," "She Was The One," and "Girl Crazy" just plain rock. "Two Weeks In" makes Laird's live audiences laugh out loud every time, and Leah Daniels is Ryan's duet partner on "Where Do I Go."
CCMA award winner, Sean Hogan, fresh from beating his battle with cancer, releases his sixth studio album, aptly titled “Phoenix.”
Only When You’re Lonely, the highly anticipated third album from Alberta’s own, Craig Moritz, is set to hit Canada on August 9, 2011 through On Ramp Records / EMI Music Canada.
Boasting 16 tracks produced by Music Row’s one-to-watch producer, Eddie Gore, the album features seven compelling tracks written or co-written by Moritz. The third album showcases a more mature Moritz with heartwarming tracks like ‘You Should’ve Seen Her This Morning,’ ‘I’m Your Man,’ and ‘With You,’ while still incorporating Craig’s trademark tongue and cheek wit on tracks like ‘Stage Five Clinger,’ ‘Only When You’re Lonely (aka ‘The Booty Call Song’) and ‘Drinkin’ and Dialing.’
Craig’s main goal with his third project was to give fans value for their hard-earned money, which is why he opted to stack the album with 16 quality songs. In addition, he wanted to ensure the album offered ‘something for everyone’ qualities while still showcasing all sides of his personality – a fun-loving, witty, caring, family-oriented party-master.
Jake Mathews reveals a maturity of voice and a new level of songwriting sophistication with the release of "Red Tail Lights".
His first single If I Had It My Way became a Top 10 hit on Canada’s BDS, MEDIABASE and TRAX Report charts and spent a whopping 30 weeks on the charts! Even though it’s a song about loss and longing, it still made you crank up the radio and sing along!
“It’s exciting to be back,” says Jake of his return to the country music scene. “I’ve taken my time with this album, writing and producing songs that I believe in and hope listeners will believe in as well. The connection I have with my audience is the most important part of what I do. Time and experience; growing as an artist; and even being a dad, have all contributed to the overall feel of the project. I’m excited for fans to hear, what I think is, my best material yet.”
Never Be The Same, the sophomore album from 2010 CCMA Female Artist and Songwriter of the Year Victoria Banks, set for release to stores across Canada April 26th, is packed with energy and emotional depth. “This album is about strength, empowerment, healing and hope,” says Victoria. “Since my debut album came out, I’ve held trophies in my hands on national TV and mourned the loss of one of the most important people in my life. At its best, music is medicine; it lifts our spirits, shows us that we’re not alone and reminds us of what’s important in life. That’s my goal with this record.”
Dubbed one of “the best songwriters in the business” by Nashville’s Music Row Magazine, Banks has written smash hit songs for country artists from Sara Evans to Johnny Reid and many more. She is a master of her craft as a songwriter, and this self-penned, self-produced album takes profound, significant lyrics, wraps them in the undeniable hookiness of Sheryl Crow and delivers them with the spiciness of Reba McEntire.
From the fun uptempo rocker “Barefoot Girl” to the swampy murder ballad “Jackson” to the inspirational “Remember That,” (sung from the perspective of a woman who has escaped an abusive relationship) Never Be The Same takes listeners on an emotional journey with a collection of songs that digs deeply into life, articulating joy and pain in a way that is distinctly Victoria’s own. In a world where authenticity often takes a backseat to marketability, Victoria’s music is unique, a breath of fresh air that has earned her a place as one of the most respected singer-songwriters in the Canadian music industry.
Crystal Shawanda releases a versatile collection of 11 classic Christmas favorites, an original song written for this CD titled "The Best Gift", and a traditional Ojibwe Christmas song.
This high spirited record captures the sound of the season from the gorgeous version of "I'll Be Home For Christmas" to the smokey "Please Be Home For Christmas" to the traditional "O Holy Night " and the recording of a 6 year old Crystal performing "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth" makes for a heartwarming holiday record.
It is often said that "it's the journey, not the destination that counts."
Gettin' There is the next leg of the musical journey for Diane Chase. Written and recorded in Nashville and Toronto over the past several months, Diane has been able to pull together the best writers and musicians in the business to deliver a new album that speaks to the journey.
Produced by Jason Barry and Noah Gordon, with a stellar card of writers and co-writers and musicians, Diane Chase has proven without a doubt that she's more than just a performer. She's also a capable and talented writer with a strong feel for lyrics and a flawless delivery with each performance.
Labeled "one of the best songwriters in the business" by Music Row Magazine, Victoria Banks has made a name for herself as the writer of hit songs like "Saints & Angels" (recorded by Sara Evans) and the Billboard record-breaking hit "Come On Over" (recorded by Jessica Simpson). Now this Canadian native is making her artist debut with the self-produced "When You Can Fly", a collection of eleven pre-eminent songs she penned as a professional songwriter in Nashville. From the rocking intensity of "The Wheel" to the poetic imagery of "Back to the River", Victoria runs the vocal gamut from sultry to scorching and delivers music with depth, passion, and significance.