Jim Weatherly

Jim Weatherly has been writing songs for almost 50 years. His real success began in the early 70’s after meeting Larry Gordon who became his publisher and manager. With Larry’s guidance his songwriting began to flourish.” Neither One of Us”, recorded by Gladys Knight & The Pips, became his first… more



Mark James

Texas born songwriter Mark James first came to prominence penning “Hooked on a Feeling”, a # 5 hit for B.J. Thomas in 1969 and later Blue Swede who transformed it into a 1974 chart topper. However, his biggest career break occurred when Elvis Presley cut his song “Suspicious Minds”, which… more



Graham Gouldman

Graham was born on May 10th 1946 in Manchester England. He was given his first guitar at age eleven and started forming and working with local bands at age fifteen. Inspired by The Beatles and encouraged by his parents Betty and Hymie, who often helped him with lyrics, Graham started… more



Donovan

Scottish singer-songwriter was discovered by Ralph Peer Jr in 1964 and was soon in the Pop Charts   with his first Hit “Catch The Wind”, for which he received the Ivor Novello Award for songwriting .Donovan , and his producer Mickie Most , followed this with huge hits like “Sunshine… more



Ray Davies

Ray Davies CBE, one of the most successful and influential songwriters to emerge from the British Invasion of the 1960s, founded the rock band The Kinks with his brother Dave in London in 1964. The band’s string of 14 top ten international hits began with ‘You Really Got Me’,… more