Victoria Banks - Music
1. Can't Stop Loving You (duet demo version). Writers: Banks/Barton/Shackelton Can't Stop Loving You (duet)
2. The Wheel (from Victoria's When You Can Fly CD). Writers: Banks/Sillers 01 The Wheel
3. Everything Gets to Love You (demo version). Writers: Banks/Rosen Everything Gets to Love You (Troy Johnson)
4. Firefly (demo version). Writers: Banks/Haze/Shackelton Firefly (Sara Haze)
5. I Don't Love You Anymore (demo version). Writers: Banks/Shackelton/Sillers I Don't Love You Anymore (Ben Glover)
6. Midnight at a Red Light (from Victoria's You Don't Know Me CD). Writer: Banks 04 Midnight At A Red Light
7. Barefoot Girl (from Victoria's Never Be The Same CD). Writers: Banks/Lancaster/Proctor Barefoot Girl
8. Never Be the Same (from Victoria's Never Be The Same CD). Writers: Banks/Englund Never Be the Same
9. Jackson (from Victoria's Never Be The Same CD). Writer: Banks Jackson
10. Don't Leave the Leavin' (from Victoria's When You Can Fly CD). Writers: Banks/Hancheroff/Sillers 06 Don't Leave the Leavin' (duet with Jason Blaine)
11. Trucks are for Girls (from Victoria's "You Don't Know Me" CD). Writer: Victoria Banks. Trucks Are For Girls
VICTORIA BANKS was named 2010 Female Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year by the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA). Her debut CD When You Can Fly made her the most nominated female artist of 2009 with CCMA nods for Female Artist, Rising Star, Songwriter, Album, Single and Producer of the Year. She has toured with superstars from Reba to Randy Travis, has been labeled “one of the best songwriters in the business” by Music Row Magazine, and her Jessica Simpson singles “Come on Over” and “Remember That” were respectively the highest new artist debut in Billboard history and the #1 most downloaded song on iTunes. She penned the ASCAP and SOCAN award-winning Sara Evans hit “Saints & Angels”, Johnny Reid’s CCMA Song of the Year “Dance With Me,” One More Girl’s BCCMA song of the year “When it Ain’t Rainin’,” the chart-topping “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” for Doc Walker and Sara Evans’ current single “Can’t Stop Loving You” (a duet with Isaac Slade of The Fray). Raised in Muskoka, Ontario, Victoria now lives in Nashville where she continues to write for other artists as a staff songwriter at Nashville’s RareSpark Media Group. “Indigo,” the highly anticipated follow up project to her 2011 sophomore CD “Never Be the Same,” will be released in October on the Fontana North label.
2010 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Female Artist of the Year and 2010 CCMA Songwriter of the year.
Solo-wrote “Saints & Angels” (Sara Evans)- double platinum album, single peaked at #14 (ASCAP award recipient)
Wrote “Come On Over” (Jessica Simpson) -peaked #18, highest debuting first single in Billboard country history (ASCAP award recipient). Also wrote “Remember That” (Jessica Simpson) -most downloaded single on iTunes chart on album’s release.
Wrote 12 singles released to North American radio in 12 months during 2009/10. (Additional cuts and singles by Kristy Lee Cook, Terri Clark, Julie Roberts, Jesse Lee etc.) Had 3 top 5 singles and 2 top 20 singles on Canadian radio last year (including the 2 most recurrent Canadian singles of 2009). Includes CCMA song of the year “Dance With Me” (Johnny Reid), Juno winner “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” (Doc Walker). and BCCMA song of the year “When It Ain’t Raining” (One More Girl).
Career long, every cut on radio-releasing artists has been singled except one.
Released 2 albums on the EMI Canada/OnRamp label as an artist since 2009 (nominated for 13 CCMAs, a Canadian Radio Music Award & a Canadian Indie Award). Several top 20 singles and CMT Canada videos accompanied the records.
Toured Canada as the opener for Reba McEntire in 2010 & 2011.
Tia Sillers Emily Shackelton Phil Barton Tony Lane Tom Douglas Trevor Rosen Mark Selby Clay Mills Rachel Proctor Kyle Jacobs Billy Montana Steven Dale Jones Lisa Carver Marcus Hummon Jamie O'Hara Leslie Satcher George Teren Michael Dulaney Bob Regan Ted Hewitt Jeff Stevens Justin Weaver Nicole Galyon Jon Mabe Connie Harrington Kelleigh Bannen Rachel Bradshaw Jessie James The Invite Terri Clark Matraca Berg Sara Haze Johnny Reid (Canada) Doc Walker (Canada) One More Girl (Canada)
For the complete Victoria Banks Discography, go to: http://www.victoriabanks.net/biography/
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