Joel Feeney

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Joel Feeney
Birth name Joel Feeney
Origin Oakville, Ontario
Genres Country
Occupation(s) producer/singer/songwriter
Years active 1983 – present
Labels MCA Canada
Associated acts The Front
LeAnn Rimes
Aaron Lines
Doc Walker

Joel Feeney (born in Oakville, Ontario) is a Canadian country music singer, songwriter and record producer.

History[edit]

Joel Feeney commenced his recording career with the pop rock band The Front.[1]

In his performing career, Feeney is most notable for his 1995 Number 1 hit "What Kind of Man". He is also notable for co-writing LeAnn Rimes' 2005 hit "Nothin' 'Bout Love Makes Sense", which reached Number 1 in Canada and Number 5 in the United States. Feeney has written songs for other artists such as Aaron Lines and produced albums for Doc Walker.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Details
Joel Feeney and the Western Front
  • Release date: 1991
  • Label: Justin Entertainment
...Life Is but a Dream
Joel Feeney

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
CAN Country CAN CAN AC
1991 "It's a Beautiful Life" 23 Joel Feeney and the Western Front
"Poor Billy" 71
"Diamonds" 18 69 24
1992 "One Good Reason" 28
"If Anything Could Be" 48
"The Tennessee Hills" 26
1993 "Say the Word" 5 ...Life Is but a Dream
1994 "By Heart" 13
"Everything to Me" 11
"Tears Don't Lie" 32
1995 "What Kind of Man" 1
"Life Is Just a Dream" 9
1998 "A Little Bit of Your Love" 12 Joel Feeney
"Leslie's Wedding Day" 16
1999 "She Ain't Gonna Cry" 15
2000 "A Wonderful Life" 49
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Guest singles[edit]

Year Single Artist Peak positions Album
CAN Country
2000 "I Will" Eli Barsi 75 Eli Barsi

Music videos[edit]

Year Video
1991 "Diamonds"
1992 "If Anything Could Be"
1995 "What Kind of Man"
"Life Is Just a Dream"
1998 "A Little Bit of Your Love"
"Leslie's Wedding Day"

Other Albums[edit]

Finkleman's 45s The Doug Riley Sessions Live From The Montreal Bistro[edit]

This album was released by CBC audio in 2001

Song
"It's All Right"
"Rock & Roll Lullaby"
"Bad Boy" with Cal Dodd, Neil Donnell and Michael Dunstion

Finkleman's 45s Douts The Doug Riley Sessions Live From The Montreal Bistro Vol. 2[edit]

This album was released by CBC audio in 2003

Song
"Storybook Children" with Sharon Lee Williams
"Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries" with Maddy Willis
"Let it Be Me" with Maddy Willis
"Rock 'n' Roll Heaven" with Sheree Cerqua

References[edit]

  1. ^ About Joel Feeney Productions; www.myspace.com.

External links[edit]