Thursday, May 29, 2014


If you're not familiar with the singer, you're definitely familiar with James House the songwriter.

James has sung on the soundtracks of such films as Teen Wolf II, Fire With Fire, Gleaming the Cube, Speed Zone and He’s My Girl. His songs have been recorded by pop artists like Rita Coolidge, Lisa Hartman, Fiona, Fee Waybill and Kylie Minogue. 

His music publisher urged him to turn his attention back to country music so he moved back to Nashville in 1988. By the following year, he was an MCA Records artist and on the country charts with singles such as “Hard Times for an Honest Man.” In 1993, Diamond Rio cut “In a Week or Two” and Dwight Yoakam scored with his “Ain’t That Lonely Yet.” (Grammy nominated for Country Song of the year). His country songs were also recorded by Ricky Van Shelton, Mark Collie and The Mavericks. James roared up the country charts himself in 1995 with “This Is Me Missing You.” In 1998, Martina McBride took his co-written song, "A Broken Wing" straight to #1 with a nomination for CMA Song of the Year. His songs have been recorded by other country artists such as Steve Holy, Lorrie Morgan, Sara Evans, David Ball, Craig Morgan, and Steve Azar.

He's just released his own co/produced CD “Broken Glass /Twisted Steel with hit producer Michael Bradford (Kid Rock, Uncle Kracker) last month. He and Bradford also just produced the upcoming Tayla Lynn Vinyl Single “Honky Tonk Girl” that features her iconic grandmother Loretta Lynn. 

Check out his new video for his latest single, "Every Time It Rains".

Connect with James on Twitter at @JamesHouse
His official website is 
Purchase his music on iTunes

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