Backstage with H2H - Halfway to Hazard. Chad Warrix, Cliff Cody and David Tolliver. Cliff has a song due to be recorded by the ACM nominated duo H2H for their album. Cliff wrote "Glad You're Gone" with H2H & the band sang it as their closing song while opening for Tim McGraw on the Live Your Voice Tour (Summer, 2008).
Cliff and Amy with Joey and Rory at the Key West Songwriter's Fest.
Nothin like singing with H2H!
Julie Roberts (Mercury Nashville Recording Artist) sings "Chasin' Whiskey" with writer Cliff Cody.
Cliff Cody with Rich Redmond. (Drummer on tour with Jason Aldean). For more on Rich, visit www.richredmond.com
Cliff Cody with artist, songwriter and friend - Josh Thompson. Check out Josh's single, "Beer on the Table".
Randy Houser in Columbus, Ohio with my friend Squeek.
Josh Thompson in Columbus, stops by Flanagan's for a couple songs. Very cool.
Arlis Albritton, Cliff Cody and Craig Boyd at Montgomery Gentry's Number 1 party for "Back When I Knew It All" in August, 2008. The song was written by Phil O’Donnell, Trent Willmon and Gary Hannan.
Sloppy Joe's in Key West.
Cliff with recording artists Keith Anderson and H2H...and songwriters Arlis Albritton and Randy Houser.
New York Breeders' Sales Company Event. Kenzie, Amy, Cliff, Todd and Veronica. The most gorgeous race horses in historic Saratoga Springs, New York.
Signing with D.Vincent Williams and Black Ink Publishing!
Cliff Cody and the GREAT Kaci Bolls.
Cliff's first time at Snapper's in Key Largo was great fun!
Cliff and Amy at Snappers.
Saratoga Springs (NY Breeder's Association event.) 2008.
It's a Key Largo Parrot fish...
The Hog's Breath Saloon in Key West in September...check out www.hogsbreath.com and watch the performers on the webcam.
Cliff Cody with Julie Roberts and "Chasin Whiskey" co-writer, Arlis Albritton.
Cliff Cody with Arlis Albritton at the Key West Songwriter's Festival. 2007
Cliff and wife Amy at Skip Ewing's Horse and Writer Camp. Wyoming, 2003.
Cliff with Ohio's First Lady, Frances Strickland and the campaign CD. 2006
Cliff Cody performing "Ready for the Change" at a rally in Cleveland, Ohio. 2006 (He wrote for the campaign song for Ohio Governor Ted Strickland.)