Canadian Singer/Songwriter
David Fromager has had a rich
history in the music business.

In 1978 he bacame a SOCAN
member and was at that time,
the youngest recording artist
in South Western Ontario.

David spent ten years (1990 -
2000) in Nashville where he
became good friends with
country music icon Dewayne
Blackwell (Garth Brooks'
Friends in Low Places).

Blackwell co-wrote three
of the ten songs on David's
new album, "My Country Side".


While in Nashville, David's songs were published by a number of different publishing
companies, and he also colaberated with singer/songwriter Forest Borders who wrote
Shania Twain's "You Lay a Whole Lot of Love on Me".

With wife Donna Fromager working for a recording studio on "Music Row",
the Fromagers were right in the heart of the Nashville music scene.

In 1995 David Fromager started Electrum Music Publishing (BMI),
and in 2000 returned to Canada where he now owns Music & More,
his store in downtown Owen Sound, Ontario.

In June of 2007 David released "My Country Side" which has had phenomonal success.
Songs from this new album have made it into the top 100 on the CanCountry charts
(Country Music News' chart that monitors Canadian radio airplay of Canadian artists),
not to mention steady airplay in the U.S. and seventeen countries overseas including,
Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the United Kingdom.

"Best Tears of Her Life"(Co-written with Nashville songwriter Nate Coker),
went to #1 in the eastern United States, beating out Garth Brooks in radio
airplay (December 2007). Click here for more on that story.

David Fromager continues to remain busy in the studio writing, and working with
both new artists, and veterans of the Canadian music scene.

-Bio written by Dylan McMullin