James Cain is a Nashville Singer/Songwriter. He started writing songs around the age of twelve. His early childhood was surrounded by country music, as he would sneak into a local bar to hear the country bands. He knew then, his destination was to be a singer/songwriter.
He has been a staff songwriter for several publishing companies in Nashville. He has appeared on Fox News singing to soldiers and their families as they were deploying to Iraq. James has shipped countless supplies of albums and t-shirts to our troops in Iraq.
James penned a great song titled ""Midnight Run"" with the late great Eddie Rabbitt and good friend Alan Ray. James has spent years honing his craft as a songwriter and building an uncomperable catalog of songs.
James has written songs recorded by George Jones, Willie Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis ""Cut From The Same Old Cloth"" produced by the legandary producer Chips Moman.
He has had countless cuts on independent artists. Major artists that have had or have ""holds"" on his songs range from the late great Chris Ledoux, Kenny Chesney, George Strait, Montgomery Gentry, John Michael Montgomery and the list goes on.
James is proud of the music he makes and more importantly proud of the affects of those songs when he hears stories from fans of how a song may have emotionally touched their lives. He says ""That is the real reward as a singer/songwriter.""
James is currently involved in charity events that touch the hearts of many. He was recently involved in a horse santuary mission and worked with Senator Teresa Two Bulls from South Dakota, helping to stop a bill that would insure a million dollar horse slaughter facility in that state. His relentless involvement and contact with the senate helped to kill that bill.
He is also involved with many other artist lending his talent and song for a very special cause for Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center out of Woodinville, Washington. They will be releasing a CD for that event in which James' song, ""He's Gonna Run"" will be the first cut on that project.
James Cain’s debut single ""Live It For The Minute"" had been released to 2,200 country radio stations nationwide this year, with the follow up party tune ""How Much Tequila.""
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