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Uk songwriter owner John Pemberton.    Suzie sunlight intro on CDBaby sale sight artists notes-(  Look for rainbows as well has sunshine in these songs, something for everyone, not the same old, I write songs for male and female vocalists in differents styles, mostly rock and pop.)
John Pemberton song writer,
Farrell Faz Crowson singer , and Deborah Moore singer.
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Biography new song writer, from Loughborough Leicestershire, trying to get my music heard, over a dozen songs to complete, some got through to the finals UK song competition. I use Faz Crowson because he’s a better singer, and Deborah Moore because I write songs for male and female singers, I also write songs in different styles Pop, has well as Rock usually. I also wrote
 a special song to try and help the people trapped inside Aleppo Syria, I needed outlets to get this on the airways, can you help, please? I am an unsigned artist, I wrote songs years ago but never did anything with them, I started seriously songwriting earlier this year, 2016.It is now 2017 and I am updating this information,
01/05/2017. I sent several songs to bcc introducing, (love bites, rock,) (love by day love by night rock) (Aleppo anti-war song) and( Merry-go-round pop)  since the I have joined CDBabys song promotion company, with a list of other songs 9 in total so far. Suzie sunlight ep,8, songs, and 2, singles,
any problems let myself-know has you have the songs separately has well has the art work , regards John.  John Pemberton UK state of Leicestershire.

 

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