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Introducing Brainchild Music...

Although a relatively new face in Nashville publishing circles, Brainchild Music has been a Canadian success story for decades. Since the mid-'80s this independent publishing and production company has developed an impressive catalog of chart hits.

Brainchild Music is chiefly devoted to administering the songs of co-founder and principal writer, Larry Wayne Clark. (Click here to visit Larry's own website.) Working with an array of top-notch Canadian and U.S. co-writers, Clark has seen his songs recorded in Canada by artists such as Diane Chase, Sean Hogan, Adam Gregory, Lisa Brokop, J.R. Vautour, Colin Amey, Rylee Madison and After Tuesday, as well as by independent artists in the U.S. and Europe. Larry Wayne Clark titles have been recorded in Nashville by Chris Young, Buddy Jewell, Lee Greenwood, The Statler Brothers, Robin English and Anne Murray.

Chris Young's performance of "Drinkin' Me Lonely", a Larry Wayne Clark co-write, was a highlight of Nashville Star 4, and played a vital role in Young's winning the contest. (Click here to see that performance and hear what the judges had to say.) Chris's self-titled CD was released by RCA on October 3, 2006 and entered the Billboard Country Chart at No. 3, making it the highest-selling debut by a male country artist that year!

Clark's song "I Wanna Live Like That", as recorded by co-writer Cathy-Anne McClintock is featured in the movie A Little Inside starring Hallie Kate Eisenberg, Benjamin King and Kathy Baker. The movie was selected to open the New York Independent Film Festival in February 2002, and has aired on HBO, HBO Family and Showtime Family.

Macie Keylon's version of "I Wanna Live Like That" and Jennifer Leigh Meyers' version of "Try And Stop Her" were featured in Knock First on Disney's ABC Family Channel, and another Brainchild song, Uncle Hickory's General Store, was played in the opening scene of a 2004 episode of Navy NCIS on CBS.

With co-founder Maggie Ross as Professional Manager, Brainchild Music is becoming a vital presence on the international music scene.

Contact Brainchild Music to request songs for a recording project, giving details of the type of material required, etc. Masters are available for film or TV use.