Greg Barnhill's music is timeless - He crosses all boundaries and genres. He is an award-winning songwriter, an A-list vocalist, a top-notch producer - in short, a brilliant musical mind.Originally from New Orleans, Barnhill has been writing and performing his whole life. His songs have been embraced by artists ranging from Tim McGraw to Etta James, Jessica Simpson to Chicago. His current single "That Kinda Day" by Sarah Buxton, a hot new artist on Lyric Street Records, is climbing the charts, and his songwriting collaborations with Warner Bros. recording artist Joanna Cotten will be featured on her upcoming release, High Maintenance. "Walkaway Joe," recorded by Trisha Yearwood and Don Henley, was a significant milestone in his career. "To have a hero of mine like Don Henley sing my song was incredibly humbling," says Barnhill. That song went on to earn him a Grammy nomination as well as the respect of his peers that follows him today.Barnhill is in high demand as a writer and performer - he travels around the world to work with acclaimed songwriters and artists such as Kim Carnes, Michael McDonald, The Neville Brothers, Steve Cropper, Linda Thompson, Jason Scheff (Chicago), Howie Dorough (Backstreet Boys), and Nick Lachey.At his home in Nashville, Barnhill works tirelessly and constantly. His passion is palpable when you're sharing the room with him - he has an energy and drive that doesn't quit. Indeed, that energy and creativity is what makes Barnhill so highly regarded by his peers.As if his chart successes aren't impressive enough, Barnhill has also recorded, written, and produced a number of TV themes and jingles. His work on "The Today Show" theme has earned him an Emmy nomination in 2007. Other clients have included "Fox and Friends," "The View," "Baywatch," "Growing Pains," "Murphy Brown," Crown Royal, Tennessee Titans (NFL), Nashville Predators (NHL), and many other national and regional businesses and programs.