Doc Mooney
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Doc Mooney


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My CD releases have been in nominal numbers and always self-published. Though, I would guess that I currently have given or sold about 1,000 CDs in about five different configurations: 2 christian CDs along with friends (one each on differeing cds); 1 secular music (mostly not love songs); 1 secular-love songs; and a Christmas CD-this one included a few covers and two originals. (All the others included only originals from me.)

I used to pastor a church and often did a radio program for Sundays, in which I would often use my songs. I also did a guest hour DJ for Radiomargaritaville in which I played about six of my own songs. I have five websites where some of my music can be heard:


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I started writing songs years ago because I could not find songs that I could relate to. I grew up listening to country music-that's what my parents liked. My grandmother liked the rock bands of the 60'sand I often listened to the radio with her. I later became intersted in rock on my own. Then I stumbled onto great songwiters like Buffett and Haggard and Taylor. I wanted to write songs that touched people. I feel a song is successful if it changes the way a person feels after listening to it. I strive to do that with my songs. I have played restaurants before and played one of my sonbgs following a cover of Buffett or someone, and the people would stop eating and talking and applaud at the end of it. Once this happened with a song written just three days prior to its debut. When that happens, you just grin and say to yourself-"That's a good one!"