Gerald O'Brien is a highly successful, award winning songwriter who makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee. He has written successfully across all genres of music and extensively for film and television. O'Brien's music has been heard on hit TV series Dr. Phil, Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, Extra and Celebrity Justice. He has also written music for notable events such as the Calgary Stampede, The 1998 Nagano Olympics, the NFL Super Bowl, The World Series, ABC's Wide World of Sports and the PGA.

As a songwriter Gerald has penned hits for Hall & Oates, Manhattan Transfer, Deborah Harry, Loverboy, Glass Tiger, Amanda Marshall, Michelle Wright and many others. Most recently, Trace Adkins' "High" from the platinum selling album Dangerous Man and Martina McBride's "Lies" from her 2009 album Shine.

Over his long and successful career O'Brien has received awards from SOCAN and CMPA for Song of Year, and been nominated for two JUNO Awards.