The Canadian born, award winning songwriter Gerald O'Brien, makes his home in Nashville Tennessee. He has written successfully across all genres of music and extensively for film and television. He is currently signed with ole in Toronto, Canada and Nashville. Most recently O'Brien has written music for the hit TV series Dr. Phil, Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, Rachel Ray, and more. He has also written music for notable events such as the Tour De France, Calgary Stampede, the 1998 Nagano Olympics, the NFL Super Bowl, The World Series, ABC's Wide World of Sports, the PGA, and has scored numerous animated TV series as well. As a songwriter Gerald has penned hits for Hall & Oates, Manhattan Transfer, Amanda Marshall, Deborah Harry, Loverboy, The Guess Who, Glass Tiger, Michelle Wright as well as Trace Adkins and Ronnie Milsap. Over his long and successful career O'Brien has received awards from CMPA for Song of Year, SOCAN Classic Song Award and been nominated for 2 JUNO Awards. Gerald is also one half of the instrumental duo ‘EXCHANGE’ (Steve Sexton is the other half), who have recorded 6 CD's since 1989.