Welcome singer songwriters at Sundown Songs
Why we dig him?
There's no mistaking Jan Mateboer’s Dutch roots, blessed with a sharp eye for detail, crafting hook-filled story songs that recall country.
As a songwriter Jan delivers lyrics and radio-ready tunes like Rainbow Sue and stays true to his Dutch heritage while flirting with the best of what Nashville has to offer.
Listen to Rainbow Sue
performed by Lesly Craigh.
copyright©2010JanMateboer. Under exclusive license to Sundownsongs Records. distributed by SDS All rights reserved, etc.
We realize that we’re talking about country music here, which has a long tradition of heartbreak, misery and sad times.
There have been plenty of superlative songs about love and treason., but this one written by Jan Mateboer and performed by Gerard Buisman “The Dutch Troubadour” is kinda different.
Listen to Bad News
performed by The Dutch Troubadour.
copyright©2008JanMateboer. Under exclusive license to Sundownsongs Records. distributed by SDS All rights reserved, etc.
Sam Doores is a New Orleans based folk singer who grew up singing gospel at church, was converted to folk after seeing Ramblin' Jack Elliott, and then took the course of many young artists by exploring the music of Dylan, Guthrie, et al. Seeing that he is presently in New Orleans it's no surprise that a bit of jazz and afro beat have crept into his music.
"Wrong Time To Be Right"
Listen to "Hard To Be A Girl"
Kelcy Lee a 16 year old teenager started showing interest with singing at age 3, where she would put on costumes and perform little shows for family. Born in Southern California, Kelcy Lee and her family relocated to Southern Nevada. At age 7 she sang a solo. Kelcy Lee at that point told her parents, “This is what I want to do, perform and sing”.
Hear The Lyric Man Sing
Hi folks, Ray Cox is the name, please to meet y'all... well I was drinking & thinking one night about a marriage that went wrong. it was around 3am. & the words just started to come into my head, after a while I started to put them down on paper. Drinking and thinking ain’t nothing to brag about and I sure ain’t bragging about the pain, but the words was there so I put them down!
ray j. the (lyricman). Click here and listen to My Best Hurting