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Donna Nolan-Wilson

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Donna Nolan-Wilson (born 29 March 1961) is an American Songwriter, Author and Owner Operator of the PR Firm Inside the Song.[1] She is the author of the children's book series, "The Traveling Jalapenos."[2] She lives in the countryside in a town not far from Nashville, TN with her husband and co-writer Greg Wilson.[3]


Nolan Wilson began her songwriting career in 1992 when her first song, "In My Dreams," was recorded by a Nashville Artist. During this time, she was working full-time in law firms on Long Island daydreaming about songwriting and helping fellow singer songwriters get more recognition. In 1994, her second song, "Give Me a Reason was recorded in Nashville. In 1998, Donna married her co-writing partner and they continued writing. In 2008, they released "All Access."[4] In the Year 2000, the Wilson's opened up Inside The Song Acoustic Cafe & Guitar Store.

In 2009, Donna co-wrote the song "It Takes Two to Fall" with Kimberley Dahme, formerly of the band BOSTON[5] which was released on Kimberley's CD entitled "You Make Me Believe." [6] She has also co-written "Take Your Guitar When You Go," [7] and "Be The Change," [8] with Kimberley Dahme. [9]

In 2011, they released 'Love Story".[10] Sunday dinners inspired Donna to write the children's series "The Traveling Jalapeno's" and in 2014 the first Pepper's book was published titled, "The Traveling Jalapenos." This book brought light to the struggles of American Veterans.[11] In 2015 after feeling connected to and inspired by little Tripp Halstead [12] Nolan-Wilson penned, "The Traveling Jalapeno's Meet Tripp Halstead."[13] This story brought light to the struggles of people with T.B.I. Traumatic Brain Injury. In 2017 Nolan Wilson had the Pepper's visit Marie's Garden,[14] The Traveling Jalapeño's shed light on autism and how autistic children feel.

Donna has written for many publications including AXS [15] The Inquisitar [16]Yahoo and is the editor of The Daily Banner[17].

Inside the Song Promotions[edit]

Inside the Song Promotions was born from the show Donna Nolan-Wilson produced from the Broken Spoke Songwriter Cafe in Nashville, TN. In 1998, 1999 and 2000, that show presented nightly live from the Spoke had some of Nashville's biggest songwriters.[18] These songwriters such as Jeff Stevens [19] and Tim Nichols [20]wrote songs for Trace Adkins, George Strait, Reba McEntire, Jodee Messina and more. Donna and her husband Greg opened up their own songwriters Cafe in Winder, Georgia in 2000. On September 11, 2001, the world was rocked by the terrorists attacks. Songwriters stopped traveling to do shows as the world stood still. In Donna Nolan-Wilson handles PR for Little River Band, Rickey Medlocke. Blackfoot and several Nashville Indie artists.[21]


  1. "Donna Nolan-Wilson - Inside The Song -". ZoomInfo.
  2. Nolan-Wilson, Donna. "The Traveling Jalapenos: The Adventures of the Traveling Jalapenos" – via Amazon.
  3. " Donna Nolan - Wilson: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle".
  4. All Access, Animal Tracks Studio, 2008-04-07, ASIN B001BN1PEU
  5. "The Band Boston Fan Site - Past Musicians". The Band Boston Fan Site. Retrieved 2018-07-31.
  6. Kimberley Dahme, It Takes Two to Fall, retrieved 2018-07-31
  7. Donna Nolan-Wilson (2012-03-12), Kimberley Dahme "Take Your Guitar When You Go", retrieved 2018-07-31
  8. Donna Nolan-Wilson (2013-08-19), Be The Change - For A Better America, retrieved 2018-07-31
  9. "Kimberley Dahme", Wikipedia, 2018-07-26, retrieved 2018-07-31
  10. "Love Story" – via Amazon.
  11. Wilson, Donna Nolan (25 October 2013). The Traveling Jalapenos. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ASIN 149211006X.CS1 maint: ASIN uses ISBN (link) Search this book on
  12. EndPlay (16 March 2018). "TRIPP HALSTEAD UPDATES: The Georgia toddler who was seriously injured when a tree limb fell on him 5 years ago, has died".
  13. Nolan Wilson, Ms Donna (1 July 2015). The Traveling Jalapenos Meet Tripp Halstead: The Peppers Meet Tripp Halstead. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ASIN 1514650525.CS1 maint: ASIN uses ISBN (link) Search this book on
  14. Nolan Wilson, Ms Donna (22 June 2017). The Traveling Jalapeno's Visit Marie's Garden: The Peppers Visit Maries Garden. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ASIN 1548281239.CS1 maint: ASIN uses ISBN (link) Search this book on
  18. Donna Nolan-Wilson (2014-06-07), Tim Nichols & Jeff Stevens "Live from the Spoke" Part 1, retrieved 2018-07-31
  19. "Home". Jeff Stevens Music. Retrieved 2018-07-31.
  20. "Tim Nichols Official Website Homepage". Tim Nichols. Retrieved 2018-07-31.
  21. "Molly Hatchet signs with ITS Promotions for exclusive Public Relations Representation". The Daily Banner. 11 March 2018. Retrieved 1 May 2018.

External links[edit]

  • Official website
  • Official Nolan Wilson site

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