If Goose Creek is not Country, I don't know what is-
by Johnnie Stanfield
(Goose Creek,South Carolina,USA)
Born and Raised in South Carolina, Johnnie Stanfield has followed country music and it's performers and history for years.
Life, friendships, children and listening to many of her friends and counterparts heartfelt experiences have been the inspiration to many of her songs.
Johnnie writes lyrics mostly for both genders:both upbeat, funny and real.
Although, she sends most of her work to Nashville- she is open to collaboration with upcoming artist that can
write Music and play it too, with many years of guitar and musical training Johnnie prefers to stay out of the lime light and has set her sights on being a consistant writing force in todays Country music industry.
Some recent Material:
Paramounts 2006 Fall runner up Country Lyrics:
"High class Poor"2006(C) was recently made into a demo using an upcoming artist and 5 piece band was recenly put on hold by an Indie label.
Songs Like:("Who Says-)Redneck Girls Don't Cry,2007(C)"
"I've Gotten Good at getting By-2006 (C)
" I've Had a Little too Many"(C)-were included in the Save the Music-Song of the Year Runner up catagory "Country" for Summer 2006,2007 and have recently been made into demos and sent to publishers.
In the works this year: "Dueling Trains" a fast paced song for a high baratone singer.
"I'd rather sleep alone-",a possible duet
"Let's say a prayer for Soldiers",& "God Bless the Soldiers -Mama" are great Lyrics that honor ourAmerican Heroes
and her lastest: "A Softer Side of Sue" a humorous and genuine
recall of love at first sight
Look for more demos by Johhnie Stanfield in 2008