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When it comes to buying gifts for your friends, family, loved ones and colleagues, we understand the challenges that you can face…

How do you find a unique and memorable gift? How do you show how thoughtful you have been by choosing a perfect gift? Where do you find the best present ever – a gift that the recipient will cherish and want to share with their friends too?

Sometimes you may even worry about whether you have chosen the right gift… it’s ok, we’ve all been there!

At tuneriver, our passion is to make unique and memorable gift-buying easy-peasy lemon-squeezy, by helping our customers find a well-crafted, customisable gift for the special people in their lives, throughout the year, wherever they may be.

Our aim is to bring joy, delight and connection to people through the gift of song. Songs lovingly crafted to help share joy and delight with the special people in your life.

We want to share the love, and we want you to share the love too!

Read on to find out more about the songwriters that write the songs for you to personalise…

Tuneriver featured artists

Rachel Walker Mason

Rachel Walker Mason is a multi-award-winning musician, currently writing songs with Grammy nominees, Billboard Hot 100 artists, alumni from The Voice UK and American Idol, Emmy winners and Independent Country Music Association Awards winners.

Named a Woman Of The Year 2020 and hailed “an inspiration” by Prince Harry, Rachel is the only musician to have been crowned Freelancer Of The Year and to be given a Lockdown Hero Award for her work creating the international arts festival Unlock Your Talent which garnered worldwide acclaim for its support and fundraising for mental health.

Rachel holds a Masters in Songwriting and is the winner of Album Of The Year 2020, a Hollywood Music In Media Award nomination and has her songs featured in award-winning films and tv shows.

A highly regarded songwriting and vocal judge, Rachel was a judge for NTA nominated Sing: Ultimate A Cappella on Sky One and is a judge for the UK Songwriting Contest, Strive and the Intercontinental Music Awards.

She also writes a popular monthly column for Write Away magazine in which she answers questions from aspiring songwriters.

Links for more info on Rachel Walker Mason:

Matt Mackey

From St. Louis to Memphis to Cleveland to Richmond to Dublin to Paris to Tampa to Birmingham to Nashville, Matt Mackey has certainly lived as a troubadour!

Leaving no stone unturned, he explores the music in the lives of everything around him. A child on a swing, a mother who never gets sleep, a grandfather telling stories. Life is overflowing with songs, and Matt Mackey aims to capture as many as he can.

With a sound that recalls a simpler time, one can easily get lost in the nostalgia of even that which they have yet to experience. This is an artist whose creations are of the people and for the people, but by Matt Mackey.

If songs could be friends, these would be your new favourite people!

Connect more:
Matt Mackey website
Matt Mackey on Spotify

Delroy Murray

Delroy started his first record label at the tender age of 17 years old, after previously making versions of songs for his Dad’s sound system.

In the 80s he co-founded the successful UK Chart Top-Ten hit-making group Total Contrast with songs such as; Takes a Little Time, Hit and Run and What you Gonna Do About It and The River.

He has also written and produced songs for the group Tongue ‘n’ Cheek (EMI) and hit the charts again with Nobody, Encore, Tomorrow and version of Forget Me Nots.

In the 1990’s he hosted and musically directed the popular long running talent show ‘The 291 Club’ at the Hackney Empire, which was broadcast on ITV and Channel 4. Other TV credits include The Real McCoy (BBC1), Baby Father (BBC2), Get Up Stand Up for Channel 4 and various educational programmes for the BBC.

Delroy has also worked in radio, writing songs and soundscapes for Radio 4.

His theatre credits include two co-written pantomimes for Theatre Royal Stratford East; Jack and the Beanstalk and Sleeping Beauty. He also wrote the music for a number of productions for the Talawa Theatre Company; Anansi Trades Places, Moon On a Rainbow Shawl, Blues for Mr Charlie, Urban Afro Saxons and Twelfth Night. His most recent being Fences with Lenny Henry at the Duchess Theatre in the West End.

Delroy also plays with various live bands covering different genres from Bhangra, Ska, Reggae, R&B and Soul and anything in between with his son Brandon playing guitar alongside him.

Delroy devotes much of his time mentoring and teaching music in schools and workshops, working with young people, musicians and singers. Now his new role as Radio DJ Street Sounds Radio takes him back to his roots of selecting records playing records for his Dad’s Sound System Metro Down Beat, I guess he has gone full circle!

Kevin Daniel

Kevin Daniel is a North Carolina-born crooner and songwriter with a decade of experience playing live, recording, and writing in New York City.

Inspired by everyone from Ella Fitzgerald to Jason Isbell, Kevin Daniel has released two EPs and a full-length album, the latter titled “Things I Don’t See” and available online and on vinyl. The album has been played on radio stations across North America and Western Europe, fuelling Kevin’s touring with this band The Bottom Line.

Kevin currently lives in Asheville, North Carolina, USA, and is finishing his next release at the famed studio Echo Mountain.

After finishing the album, Kevin Daniel & The Bottom Line plan to start touring in summer of 2021, starting with the eastern United States, then to Texas, and finishing in the United Kingdom.

Shelina Gordon

R&B, soul and reggae artist Shelina Gordon is based in West UK.

Having written her first song at 9 years old, she went on to form a group with friends she met at school, called Three Unique.

Shelina worked with Three Unique and published an EP and album before moving on to join Scott James and the Revolution. After 3 years Shelina joined the top reggae artist RAFEELYA and the New Life Band. In 2020, Shelina launched her first solo single release ‘Beauty’.

“Everyone has a connection with music – it just depends on what it really means to you. For me personally its another form of expression, I find it easier to express myself through music. It allows you to address your emotions in ways that you’re not able to express through conversation. For me it’s a natural healer. It’s extremely powerful – the one thing on the planet that everyone can connect to!” – Shelina Gordon

Rob Grady

Based in Cheltenham, Rob Grady is our youngest artist to be featured on tuneriver.com. He’s very talented and shows amazing potential and we are so pleased to be able to support him so early in his career.

Whilst still young, Rob has been playing and creating music for the vast majority of his life.

His songwriting reflects his varied taste in music, and being a multi-instrumentalist, he can adapt to many different musical forms/genres.

Currently studying for his Bachelor’s Degree in Popular Music, Rob has performed at festivals such as the Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Wychwood and 2000trees with a range of artists – notably as a part of ‘The Joey Bill’.

Rob’s passion for songwriting and composition is highlighted through his work within ‘Yeti’s Breakfast’, who have recently released their debut single to all streaming services, with many more follow in the coming months.

Links to follow:
Rob Grady Website
Yeti’s Breakfast Facebook Page
The Joey Bill Facebook Page

Simon Goodall

Since the 90s, Simon Goodall has worked with some big names in the music industry and been involved in many high profile events, festivals and TV. He’s also performed Mainstream and Gospel concerts in Europe, throughout the UK and in Nashville, Tennessee.

As an established CCM Studio Session Vocalist, Simon has contributed to well over 300 albums between 1995–2005, many as lead vocalist.

In 2003, Simon co-wrote the title track of a Christmas animation “It’s a Boy” with Sir Cliff Richard. Simon also produced the track which featured the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.

The success of this recording meant that EMI chose this song as an exclusive track to go on Cliff’s Christmas single “Santa’s List”, which reached number 5 In the UK’s Single Chart in December 2003.

Simon says: “Having been compared vocally to Cliff Richard almost my entire career, the highlight came in July 2010 where I finally got to share the stage with the great man himself singing ‘Miss you Nights’ at the Dorchester Hotel, London.

Some years previous, Cliff had shown an interest in a song from my debut album, called ‘Someone Else’. I revisited the song and re-wrote it in places specifically for him.

In 2010, Cliff recorded the song with Majella O’Donnell under its new title “He Knows She Knows” and it was released in October of that year on the album titled “By Request” – Majella O’Donnell It also appears as a featured track on my album “Collaborations” album 2011.”


Generous Love 1995
Plugged in & Connected (EP) 1997
Stay with Me 1999
Closer 2002
Where Have The Years Gone 2005
Best of Me 2008
Bluebird Cafe Single 2009
Collaborations 2011
Rewind 20th Anniversary(Double album) 2015
Collaborations II 2016
Like A Drum Christmas Mix (Single) 2018
Music Memories & Melodies 2019

Eli Lev

Rising singer-songwriter and global citizen Eli Lev is making the world a smaller place, one song at a time. Eli pens lyrics and melodies for everyday enlightenment—songs that resonate because they’re heartfelt, earthy, and offer the wisdom he’s gained through lifelong travel and self-discovery.

The Silver Spring, Maryland-based artist just released Deep South, the third album in a four-part directional series that was inspired by indigenous traditions he learned while teaching on the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona. His first two album releases, All Roads East and Way out West, imaginatively and intrepidly connect spheres and generations within a body of work that is irresistibly uplifting, emotionally resonant, and down-to-earth authentic.

As the current worldwide pandemic changes the landscape of live performances and the music industry as a whole, Eli has kept up with a robust live-streaming schedule to stay in touch with his community and provide some hope and positivity amid universally difficult circumstances.

Eli Lev on Facebook
Eli Lev on Instagram
Eli Lev on Twitter
Eli Lev on YouTube
Eli Lev on Spotify


Mary Rowe AKA Afroshoujo is an Arkansas native sparking a worldwide movement!
A classically trained vocalist, she brings her ethereal operatic sound to her unique brand of hip hop.
Enchanted in childhood by her older sister’s Sailor Moon VHS collection, she took the Japanese term “Mahou Shoujo” (“Magical Girl”) and customised it to represent Black Girl Magic in its purest form!
You can hear more from Afroshoujo via this link.

Keith Thompson

British Blues Rock musician Keith Thompson, solo and with his band have been consistently performing in mainland Europe now for 30+ years.

This year Keith completed his 12th album, “Transcendence” to much critical acclaim in the music press. “A musical gem” said Blues matters magazine. “A genuinely talented artist” said R2 magazine.

Keith’s touring band consists of, Neil Simpson and Roy Adams in the UK from Climax Blues Band and Jacek Chruscinski on bass and Artur Malik on drums. Both from Krakow, Poland and are considered being one of the finest rhythm sections in the country.

Keith and the band have repeatedly toured in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, USA and the UK, and have appeared at several major festivals in Croatia including Baska International Guitar Festival, Umag and Kastav Blues Festivals.

Keith has shared the stage with, The Groundhogs, Ten Years After, Paul Lamb And The Kingsnakes, Jeremy Spencer (Fleetwood Mac), Mike D’Abo, Steve Winwood, Ruby Turner, Larry Burton, Dave Markee and Henry Spinetti (Eric Clapton Band and Tina Turner) Greg Ridley of Humble Pie, Robbie Blunt (Robert Plant), Luther Grosvenor of Mott The Hoople, Gino Washington, and countless others.

Keith has also worked on many projects as a session guitarist and written songs for several artists and musical projects including “Songs of Promise” produced by Sir George Martin and various compilations released by BMG, RCA and Pegasus Records.

Check out more of Keith Thompson’s work here:
Keith Thompson YouTube Channel   
Keith Thompson Facebook Page
Keith Thompson on Instagram
Keith Thompson on Twitter
Keith Thompson on Bandcamp


Leonn Meade “LEONN” is a singer, multi-instrumentalist and artist from London, UK. Known best for his debut single ‘Invisible Me’ (2015) and his energetic live shows LEONN has earned his place as one of the most exciting acts stemming from the depths of the London music scene.

LEONN entered his musical career as a session drummer recording and performing with some of the worlds most renowned artists such as the London Community Gospel Choir, Natasha Bedingfield, Blue, West Life, Jason Derulo, Maria Carey, Glen Lewis, Callum Scott, plus many more. He took a step away from the backseat to pursue a career in music production, writing and as a front man, solo artist.

LEONN’s sound is organically unique – a style that resembles the old Skool 70’s Funk with a modern twist, naming it ‘NewFunk’, he has fused his retro sound with Hip-Hop, Disco, UK Grime, Pop and everything in between creating very interesting and tasteful collaborations which also include ‘visual art’.

With musical influences such as James Brown, Quincy Jones, Prince and D’Angelo, LEONN brings back the musicality so many have missed. Live instrumentation, empowering lyrics and incredible musicianship.

Vince Freeman

It all started with a broken guitar and a black bin liner!

Christmas Day, and a last minute stocking filler was the moment that literally changed Vince’s life. Sounds a bit melodramatic, but that’s the truth.

Vince was heading for a career in sport (studying Sports Science at University) until a guitar with two broken strings and a bent headstock was placed in his hands.

“I remember just making any noise I could and being completely content even then, with my basic attempts at songwriting.”

After a few years ‘cutting his teeth’ in local music venues, Vince became a full-time musician. Since then his voice and songs have earned him critical acclaim and opportunities that few signed artists receive.

In 2008, Vince achieved UK-wide approval and recognition for his work, winning two awards at the UK INDYs from a field of over 100,000 artists. The result of which culminated in a live performance in Las Vegas for PEPSI and the Deep Rock Drive concert series, alongside established artists Marc Cohen, Disturbed and Lady Antlebaum.

During his career, Vince has shared stages with Jocelyn Brown, James Morrison, Newton Faulkner, Lucie Sylvas and was selected as a finalist in The Voice UK, coached by Danny O’Donoghue from The Script.

On Vince’s voice, Will.I.AM from the Black Eyed Peas remarked: “Awesome. Awesome. Awesome.”

Vince was also one of the opening acts at the LG Arena for Eric Clapton and Paul Weller after winning the LG Arena competition.

Vince’s passion and philosophy remains the same:
“Play live and play lots!”

For more info check out www.vincefreeman.com
and www.reverbnation.com/vincefreeman

Gina Larner

Gina Larner is an up and coming folk/country artist that has studied songwriting since college. She has been playing guitar and singing since she can remember and is just about to finish her degree in Popular Music.

Studying Music at college, Gina began performing at gigs all around her hometown, Brighton, England. Gina has been surrounded by music since school, studying at Sylvia Young Theatre School, where after she found her passion for music.

Gina has performed up and down the UK, being a grand finalist in Open Mic UK and other major competitions, along with playing with her band consisting of double bassist, electric guitar and violin. She has released 2 singles, and continues to write new songs to perform/sell.

Marc James

Marc James is a gifted vocalist, guitarist, and lap steel player, worship leader and songwriter. He is the author of many well-known songs such as ‘Surrender’ which is available on Apple Music and Amazon.

Marc is also famous for fronting the band Verra Cruz, an English blues-rock band originally from St Albans, England. Verra Cruz have released two studio albums and one EP.

You can hear some of their work here.

Inspired by songwriters like Paul Simon, The Beatles, Bob Dylan and Bob Marley; and the guitar playing of Hendrix and Clapton – Marc has specially crafted some of his songs (including ‘Hurricane’  and ‘She Is Beautiful’) so that you can personalise them and send them as a gift to the special people in your life.

Oli Gosh

Oli Gosh began her career as an actress, training at RADA and then performing roles ranging from Juliet in Romeo and Juliet to Dirty Dancing in the West End. However, in the ‘resting’ periods between acting jobs she would reach for her guitar. Finding herself in a band with her brother and friends, she spent many a wonderful hour in meandering jam sessions. She was hooked, and switched focus from acting to music.

Coming from the underground up, Oli found her true home on the dance floor of Amnesia in Ibiza where she discovered Techno. You can hear this influence in the dark, pulsing intensity of her Ep SILVA. Here she teamed up with fellow south east London producer, Naive Machine with his analogue synth based, multi layered production. The track ‘Silva’ combines ethereal vocals with the raw power of flamenco stamping samples.

Oli also began writing and performing with Danglo, another South-East London lad, including a full live show supporting Elderbrook at Omeara, London. Her 1st release with Danglo, ‘Never let you go’ was picked up by Pete Tong. She’s now working with a variety of producers including Waifs and Strays on his new solo project – Part Time Lover. ‘Don’t Hesitate’ is out now on Damian Lazarus’ label, Crosstown Rebels.

Oli is currently working on some songs that you can hear, customise and send – we’ll let you know when these are ready for you to choose and personalise.

You can subscribe to Oli Gosh’s YouTube channel here.
You can hear more of Oli Gosh’s music here.

Our environmental promise

Tuneriver recognises that it has a responsibility to the environment beyond legal and regulatory requirements. We are committed to reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environmental performance as an integral part of our business strategy and operating methods, with regular review points.

We have already switched to a renewable energy supplier and include an environmental perspective in all the business decisions we make. We will encourage customers, suppliers and other stakeholders to do the same.

Policy aims

We endeavour to:

  • Comply with and exceed all relevant regulatory requirements.
  • Continually improve and monitor environmental performance.
  • Continually improve and reduce environmental impacts.
  • Incorporate environmental factors into business decisions.
  • Increase employee awareness and training.


  • We will minimise the use of paper in the office.
  • We will reduce packaging as much as possible.
  • We will seek to buy recycled and recyclable paper products.
  • We will reuse and recycle all paper where possible.

Energy and water

  • We use renewable energy suppliers. We also seek to reduce the amount of energy used as much as possible.
  • Lights and electrical equipment will be switched off when not in use.
  • Heating will be adjusted with energy consumption in mind.
  • The energy consumption and efficiency of new products will be taken into account when purchasing.

Office supplies

  • We will evaluate if the need can be met in another way.
  • We will evaluate if renting/sharing is an option before purchasing equipment.
  • We will evaluate the environmental impact of any new products we intend to purchase.
  • We will favour more environmentally friendly and efficient products wherever possible.
  • We will reuse and recycle everything we are able to.


  • We will reduce the need to travel, restricting to necessity trips only.
  • We will promote the use of travel alternatives such as e-mail or video/phone conferencing.
  • We will make additional efforts to accommodate the needs of those using public transport or bicycles.
  • We will favour ‘green’ vehicles and maintain them rigorously to ensure ongoing efficiency.

Maintenance and cleaning

  • Cleaning materials used will be as environmentally friendly as possible.
  • Materials used in office refurbishment will be as environmentally friendly as possible.
  • We will only use licensed and appropriate organisations to dispose of waste.

Monitoring and improvement

  • We will comply with and exceed all relevant regulatory requirements.
  • We will continually improve and monitor environmental performance.
  • We will continually improve and reduce environmental impacts.
  • We will incorporate environmental factors into business decisions.
  • We will increase employee awareness through training.
  • We will review this policy and any related business issues at our monthly management meetings.


  • We will involve staff in the implementation of this policy, for greater commitment and improved performance.
  • We will update this policy at least once annually in consultation with staff and other stakeholders where necessary.
  • We will provide staff with relevant environmental training.
  • We will work with suppliers, contractors and sub-contractors to improve their environmental performance.
  • We will use local labour and materials where available to reduce CO2 and help the community.