Jeff Moxcey

Jeff Moxcey currently resides in Waterville, Maine.  He has written songs for 27 years, totaling 598 songs to date.   Jeff is a member of ASCAP and NSAI. 

Currently Jeff Moxcey had 31 total cuts recorded.  Nineteen of those are commercial cuts on commercially released CDs by seven different artists.  Twelve are demo cuts by artists seeking recording deals.

 Independent artists who have recorded Jeff’s songs have performed with or opened for Jo Dee Messina, Jessica Andrews, Ty Herndon, Diamond Rio, Tracy Lawrence, Charlie Daniels, Alabama and Dan Seals.

 In addition, Jeff has co-written songs with twelve other writers.  He has also attended the Nashville Songwriter’s Association International (NSAI) Songwriters Symposium in Nashville, 2004.

 The following are just a few of Jeff Moxcey’s accolades:

First place, The Great American Song Contest, country category 2003 & 2000

First place, American Songwriter Magazine Lyric Contest, 2002

First place, The 13th Annual Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, Open Category, 1996

First place, Cooch Music Song Contest, country Category, 2001

First place, Aaron Song Contest, new country category 1998, 2nd place 2000

First, Third, and Sixth place, Musician’s Network Song Contest, 1997

First and Third place, VOCAL song contest, country category 1997

First and Third place, Southern Songwriter’s Guild, country, 1998

First place and Honorable Mention, Intermountain Song Contest, 1997

Second place, Great American Song Contest, country category, 2001

Second place, finalist, John Lennon song Contest, 2000 & DSA contest 2001

Second place, Portland Songwriter’s Assoc., 2nd out of 900 songs, 1997, 3rd 2000

Finalist USA Songwriting Contest, 2002 & DSA Contest (3 songs) 2002

Finalist (2 songs) Dallas Songwriter’s Association Song contest 2004

Finalist, (2 songs) SAW Contest, 2001 (4 songs) Austin Songwriter’s Group (’97 & ’02)

Honorable Mentions (19) including NSAI Song Contest, top 40 out of 1500 entries

Billboard 7, 8, 9, 10, Unisong, SSG, SAW and USA Song Contests, 1996-2002

Honorable Mention, John Lennon Song Contest 2003