Country Music Planet presents Jumpin Gene Simmons songs!
Award winning country music songwriter, Jumpin Gene Simmons songwriter web site at The Country Music Planet and Music Highway Songwriters Association.
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Gene Simmons is an award winning
songwriter with 131 songs listed in his repertoire
at BMI. Some of these songs were written with other well established songwriters
and some well know individuals. For example:
Gene wrote "Batman" with Elvis Presley's best friend, George Klein. He
wrote "Indian Outlaw", the award winning song that's posted at this
web site, with Tommy Barnes who wrote Hank Williams, Jr's hit, "Man To
Man". Tommy, also, wrote "I Fell", a hit single that was recoded
by Brady Seals; Tommy wrote "My Love" with Brady Seals and Porter
Howell that was a hit single for Little Texas. Gene wrote the song "Without
You" that's posted here with well established songwriter, Tony Stampley.
Tony wrote "Where's The Dress" with Bucky Lindsey and George H.
Cimmings, Jr. that was recoded by hit making recording artist Moe Bandy.
"Where's The Dress" was, also, recorded by DUO OF THE YEAR AWARD
WINNERS Joe Stampley and Moe Bandy. Tony, also wrote "Doctor Jesus"
with Justin Thomas Bolen that was recorded by hit making recording artist, Ken
Melons. Tony, also, wrote "Houston, We Have A Problem" with Troy
Martin and Hank Williams, Jr.. Tony, also, wrote "I'll Still Be Loving
You" with David Wayne Rossen that was recorded by hit making recording
artist Joe Stampley. Tony, also, wrote "I've Been Down" with Bobby
Keel and Hank Williams, Jr.. Tony, also, wrote "If It Ain't Broke, Don't
Fix It with hit making recording artist John Anderson who recorded the song. I
could go on and on about the songs Tony has written, but that's enough about
him. After all, this songwriters site is Jumpin' Gene Simmons. We only went into
so much detail about the songwriter, Tony Stampley, to let all singers looking
for songs to record know that the song "Without You" wasn't written
by just 1 hit writer, but 2. We really believe that this could be a hit song for
the right singer.
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