A.J. Gundell

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A.J. Gundell
Occupation Television, music director, musician

Andrew J. "A.J." Gundell is an American musician and music director. He has won 13 Emmy awards; his favorites being three in the "Outstanding Original Song" category.[1]

Credits[edit]

Discography[edit]

His songs have been recorded by country recording artists Kathy Mattea, Crystal Gayle, and Don Williams.[1] Music critic Kris Wilson called Don William's recording of Gundell's song "Harry and Joe" "one of the twelve best songs recorded in Nashville" in 1998.[1]

Albums and CDs[edit]

  • Love On The Air
  • A.J. Gundell collection

Singles[edit]

  1. Sha La La La
  2. Angel On My Shoulder
  3. She Still Loves Me
  4. Save A Little
  5. I've Got No Complaints
  6. The Wall
  7. Mickey Mantle Hit One Out Today
  8. Oxygen
  9. Fool's Gold
  10. Harry and Joe
  11. Working On My Car
  12. Out On A Limb
  13. Hello In There

Awards and nominations[edit]

Daytime Emmy awards:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "A.J. Gundell at It's About Music.com". www.itsaboutmusic.com. Archived from the original on 13 May 2008. Retrieved 2008-06-19. 

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