Natalie Hemby

With an authentic heart and distinct style, Natalie Hemby has become one of music’s defining songwriters. The Nashville native has written six #1 singles including Lady Antebellum’s “Downtown,” Little Big Town’s “Pontoon” and “Tornado,” Miranda Lambert’s “White Liar” and “Automatic,” and Justin Moore’s “You Look Like I Need A Drink.”

 

“Automatic” earned Hemby a Grammy nomination for Best Country Song in 2015. The hit also took home ACM Song of the Year honors the same year, as well as a NSAI Song of the Year win and a CMA Song of the Year nomination in 2014. Hemby co-wrote 10 songs on Miranda Lambert’s latest award-winning album The Weight of These Wings, as well as seven tracks on her 2014 release Platinum. In 2017 she released her first solo project entitled Puxico and opened for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill on tour.

 

Natalie scored two cuts on the #1 album soundtrack to “A Star Is Born,” including “Always Remember Us This Way” and “I’ll Never Love Again,” both of which are performed by Lady Gaga in the film and received critical acclaim. She also has 3 cuts on Kacey Musgraves Grammy Award Winning Album “Golden Hour”, including the new single “Rainbow.” Most recently, Natalie joined with Maren Morris, Brandi Carlile and Amanda Shires to form the supergroup The Highwomen and have released several tracks including “Redesigning Women” and “Crowded Table,” both co-written by Hemby.

 

Natalie has also written songs for Kelly Clarkson, Sheryl Crow, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Maren Morris, Amy Grant, Eli Young Band, Rosi Golan, Toby Keith, Lee Ann Womack, Labrinth, Lucie Silvas, and many others.

 

Natalie’s unique style, striking vocals, and likable personality makes her a favorite. She’s a talent that outshines even the most popular recording artists.

 

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#1 SONGS
  • “Downtown” – Lady Antebellum (2 week #1)
  • “Pontoon” – Little Big Town (2 week #1)
      • 2015 ACM Nomination for Song of the Year
      • 2015 CMA Nomination for Song of the Year
  • “Tornado” – Little Big Town
  • “Automatic” – Miranda Lambert
      • 2015 ACM Award for Song of the Year
      • 2015 NSAI Award for Song of the Year
  • “White Liar” – Miranda Lambert
  • “You Look Like I Need A Drink” – Justin Moore

 

  • “Heartache Medication” – Current single from Jon Pardi

 

  • “Resigning Women” – The Highwomen
  • “Crowded Table” – The Highwomen
  • “Rainbow” – Kacey Musgraves
  • “Always Remember Us This Way” – Lada Gaga (from A Star Is Born)
  • “I’ll Never Love Again” – Lady Gaga (from A Star Is Born)
  • “Bluebird” – Miranda Lambert
  • “Mess With My Head” – Miranda Lambert
  • “Baggage Claim” – Miranda Lambert
  • “Only Prettier” – Miranda Lambert
  • “Don’t Rush” – Kelly Clarkson
  • “Butterflies” – Kacey Musgraves
  • “Jealous” – Labrinth
  • “RSVP” – Maren Morris

 

Other songs recorded by:  Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Sheryl Crow, Toby Keith, Brett Eldredge, Halestorm, Eli Young Band, Lee Ann Womack, JohnnySwim, Kree Harrison, Chris Isaak, Laura Bell Bundy, and more

 

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Wendell Mobley

His songs have been at #1 for 25 weeks and they’ve sold over 60 million records, but Wendell Mobley continues to create refreshing lyrics and melodies for the biggest acts and brightest newcomers. Since making his way from his hometown of Celina, OH, Wendell has had huge success with #1 hits such as “Take Me There” and “Fast Cars and Freedom” by Rascal Flatts, “How Forever Feels” and “There Goes My Life” by Kenny Chesney, “Tattoos In This Town” and “A Little More Summertime” by Jason Aldean, and “How Country Feels” by Randy Houser.

 

Mobley has had other songs recorded by Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Dustin Lynch, Rodney Atkins, Alabama, Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire, Trisha Yearwood, Edwin McCain and many others. He also has shown his range of talents with other projects including the national ad campaign for Napa Auto Parts, by writing and singing their theme song, “Napa Know How.”

 

Wendell has one of the best voices in country music (or any genre for that matter), and it’s always fun watching people be blown away by his incredible combination of writing and vocal talent at a live songwriter performance.

 

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#1 SONGS
  • “Tattoos On This Town” – Jason Aldean
  • “Take Me There” – Rascal Flatts (4 week #1)
  • “How Forever Feels” – Kenny Chesney
      • 1999 ASCAP Song of the Year
  • “A Little More Summertime” – Jason Aldean
  • “Fast Cars & Freedom” – Rascal Flatts (4 week #1)
  • “There Goes My Life” – Kenny Chesney (7 week #1)
      • 2003 ACM nomination for Song of the Year
  • “How Country Feels” – Randy Houser
      • 2013 ASCAP Song of the Year
  • “Banjo” – Rascal Flatts
  • “I Melt” – Rascal Flatts

 

  •  “We Can’t Love Like This Anymore” – Alabama #9

 

Other cuts by: Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Lee Brice, Reba McEntire, Trisha Yearwood, Dustin Lynch, Brantley Gilbert, Gloriana, Lonestar, Mark Wills, Andy Griggs, Julianne Hough, Edwin McCain, John Michael Montgomery, Pat Green, Kenny Rogers

 

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Lee Thomas Miller

Lee has charted 15-years-worth of chart singles with 7 of them reaching #1 including songs from Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, Trace Adkins, Joe Nichols and Terri Clark. He is a 3-time Grammy award nominee and has won other major industry awards including CMA and ACM Song of the Year, as well as Music Row Magazine and Nashville Songwriter’s Association annual awards.

 

Miller has scored the last two Brother’s Osborne singles and had a new Tim McGraw song, “Thought About You,” released in October, which will be on McGraw’s forthcoming album. He has also written songs for Chris Stapleton, Jamey Johnson, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Dierks Bentley, Jason Aldean, Thomas Rhett and many others.

 

Lee is the former President of the Nashville Songwriter’s Association International (NSAI) and spends time in Washington D.C. representing and lobbying for the rights of the American songwriter.

 

Lee is an amazing songwriter performer, whether it’s in-the-round or a solo show, he skillfully delivers hit songs, fascinating stories, and is one of the best at interacting with a crowd and making them part of the experience.

 

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Awards and Recognition:
  • 2003 Music Row Magazine Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year
  • 2003 Grammy Country Song of the Year nomination for “The Impossible” (Joe Nichols)
  • 2008 NSAI Song of the Year award for “You’re Gonna Miss This” (Trace Adkins)
  • 2008 CMA Song of the Year nomination “You’re Gonna Miss This”
  • 2009 Double Grammy Country Song of the Year nominations for “You’re Gonna Miss This” and “In Color” (Jamey Johnson)
  • 2009 Double ACM nominee for Song of the Year: “You’re Gonna Miss This” and “In Color”
  • 2009 ACM Song of the Year award for “In Color”
  • 2009 Music Row Magazine’s Song of the Year for “In Color”
  • 2018 ACM Nomination for Song of the Year for “Whiskey & You” (Chris Stapleton)

 

#1 SONGS
  • “The Impossible” – Joe Nichols
  • “I Just Wanna Be Mad” – Terri Clark
  • “The World” – Brad Paisley
  • “You’re Gonna Miss This” – Trace Adkins
      • 2008 NSAI award for Song of the Year
      • 2009 ASCAP Song of the Year
  • “I’m Still A Guy” – Brad Paisley
  • “Southern Girl” – Tim McGraw
  • “Perfect Storm” – Brad Paisley

 

TOP 10 SONGS
  • “In Color” – Jamey Johnson
      • 2009 ACM awards for Song of the Year
      • 2009 CMA award for Song of the Year
      • 2009 Music Row Song of the Year
  • “Nothin’ To Die For” – Tim McGraw
  • “Crushin’ It” – Brad Paisley
  • “Jesus In Disguise” – Brandon Heath
  • “Just A Girl” – Brandon Heath
  • “It Ain’t My Fault” – Brothers Osborne

 

  • “Thought About You” – Current Tim McGraw release
  • “Shoot Me Straight” – Brothers Osborne
  • “Whiskey & You” – Chris Stapleton
      • 2018 ACM nomination for Song of the Year

 

Other cuts by: Garth Brooks, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Scotty McCreery, Josh Turner, David Nail, Rascal Flatts, Dierks Bentley, John Michael Montgomery, Sammy Kershaw, Tracy Byrd, Tracy Lawrence, Randy Travis, Rhett Akins, Billy Currington, Craig Morgan, The Wreckers, Chris Young

 

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Don Schlitz

Don Schlitz was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. He briefly attended Duke University before moving to Nashville in 1973.

His first recorded song, “The Gambler” won the Grammy for Best Country Song in 1978, and the Country Music Association’s Best Song Award in 1979.

Don’s songs have played major roles in the careers of Kenny Rogers, Randy Travis, The Judds, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tanya Tucker, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Keith Whitley, Alison Krauss, and many other singers. His 50 Top Ten’s include 24 #1’s.

Schlitz was the ASCAP Country Songwriter of the Year for four consecutive years from 1988-91. He has won three CMA Song of the Year Awards, two ACM Song of the Year awards, two Grammy’s, and has had many more nominations. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Association hall of Fame in 1993.

In 2010, he released his first studio album in 30 years, “Allergic to Crazy”, and his first “Greatest Hits” album; he received the Academy of Country Music’s Poet’s Honor; and he was inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame.

Don’s hits include: “On the Other Hand”, “Forever and Ever, Amen”, “Deeper Than the Holler”, “Heroes and Friends” (all sung by Randy Travis), “He Thinks He’ll Keep Her”, “I Feel Lucky”, “I Take My Chances” (Mary Chapin Carpenter), “When You Say Nothing at All” (Keith Whitley and Alison Krauss), “Learning to Live Again” (Garth Brooks), “Houston Solution” (Ronnie Milsap), “Rockin’ With the Rhythm of the Rain”, “Turn Me Loose”, “I Know Where I’m Going” (The Judds), “One Promise Too Late” (Reba McEntire), “Forty Hour Week” (Alabama), “If You Can Do Anything Else” (George Strait), “Give Me Wings” (Michael Johnson), “Strong Enough to Bend”, “My Arms Stay Open All Night”, “I Won’t Take Less Than Your Love” (Tanya Tucker), “The Greatest” (Kenny Rogers), “Stand a Little Rain”, “When It’s Gone”, “I Love Only You” (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band), “Old School” (John Conlee), “I Watched It All (on my radio)” (Lionel Cartwright), “You Can’t Make Old Friends” (Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton), and many, many more.

He also wrote the music and lyrics for the Broadway musical “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”.

In 2012, Don was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York City. Kenny Rogers inducted him, saying “Don doesn’t just write songs. He writes careers.”

Schlitz was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in October of 2017, along with Alan Jackson and Jerry Reed.

 

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#1 SONGS
  • “The Gambler” – Kenny Rogers
    • 1979 Grammy Award for “Country Song of the Year”
    • 1979 CMA Award for “Song of the Year”
  • “When You Say Nothing at All” – Keith Whitley
    • #2 country chart for Alison Krauss and 1995 CMA Award for “Single of the Year”
    • #1 UK chart for Ronan Keating
  • “On The Other Hand” – Randy Travis
    • 1986 CMA Award for “Song of the Year”
    • 1986 ACM Award for “Song of the Year”
    • 1986 NSAI Award for “Song of the Year”
  • “Forever and Ever, Amen” – Randy Travis
    • 1987 CMA Award for “Song of the Year”
    • 1988 Grammy Award for “Country Song of the Year”
  • “Turn It Loose” – The Judds
  • “Strong Enough To Bend” – Tanya Tucker
  • “One Promise Too Late” – Reba McEntire
  • “I Won’t Take Less Than Your Love” – Tanya Tucker w/ Paul Overstreet & Paul Davis
  • “Almost Goodbye” – Mark Chesnutt
  • “Rockin’ With The Rhythm Of The Rain” – The Judds
  • “Daddy’s Come Around” – Paul Overstreet
  • “Deeper Than the Holler” – Randy Travis
  • “40 Hour Week (For A Livin’) – Alabama
  • “You Again” – The Forester Sisters
  • “Give Me Wings” – Michael Johnson
  • “He Thinks He’ll Keep Her” – Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • “I Know Where I’m Going” – The Judds
  • “Learning to Live Again” by Garth Brooks
  • “I Think About You” – Collin Raye
  • “My Arms Stay Open All Night” – Tanya Tucker
  • “Loved Too Much” – Ty Herndon
  • “I Take My Chances” – Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • “Heroes and Friends” by Randy Travis
TOP 10 SONGS
  •  “Ball & Chain” – Paul Overstreet
  • “Stand A Little Rain” – The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
  • “If You Can Do Anything Else” – George Strait
  • “The Battle Hymn of Love” – Kathy Mattea
  • “Crazy from the Heart” by The Bellamy Brothers
  • “Crying Shame” – Michael Johnson
  • “Good As I Was To You” – Lorrie Morgan
  • “I Love Only You” – The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
  • “Guardian Angels” by The Judds
  • “Houston Solution” – Ronnie Milsap
  • “Old School” – John Conlee
  • “I Could Be Persuaded” by The Bellamy Brothers
  • “I Feel Lucky” – Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • “Oh Heart” – Baillie & The Boys
  • “Point Of Light” – Randy Travis
  • “I Think About It All The Time” – John Berry
  • “Midnight Girl/Sunset Town” – Sweethearts of the Rodeo
  • “When It’s Gone” – The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
  • “Sowin’ Love” – Paul Overstreet
  • “Cheatin’” – Sara Evans
  • “Guardian Angels” – The Judds
  • “I Watched It All (On My Radio)” by Lionel Cartwright
  • “You’ll Never Be Sorry” – Bellamy Brothers
  • “True Heart” – The Oak Ridge Boys
  • “Richest Man On Earth” – Paul Overstreet
  • “Satisfy You” by Sweethearts of the Rodeo
  • “The River & The Highway” – Pam Tillis
  • “Long Shot” – Baillie & The Boys
  • “Say What’s In Your Heart” – Restless Heart
  • “True Heart” – The Oak Ridge Boys
  • “She Deserves You” – Baillie & The Boys
  • “Why They Call It Falling” by Lee Ann Womack
  • “Long Shot” by Baillie & the Boys

And MORE!

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Kelley Lovelace

 

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Bob DiPiero

Since his first #1 in 1983, Hall of Fame Songwriter Bob DiPiero has been responsible for an uninterrupted string of country music hits. One of Nashville’s most prolific and consistent songwriters, Bob possesses a humble drive to keep learning and stay relevant. He has had over 1,000 songs recorded by other artists, countless hit singles, and an astounding 15 #1 hits. His songs have been featured in TV shows, commercials and movies.

 

Among his countless awards are 50 BMI Million–Air honors, multiple Songwriter of the Year awards and 2 consecutive Triple Play awards for 3 #1 songs within a 12–month period. In 2007, Bob was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and Nashville’s Walk of Fame. In 2014, the Country Music Hall of Fame honored Bob with their prestigious “Poets and Prophets Series: Salute to Legendary Songwriter Bob DiPiero” and the Country Music Association also presented Bob with the CMA Chairman’s Award.

 

On November 7, 2017 Bob DiPiero received yet another incredible honor when BMI presented him with their prestigious Icon Award celebrating his outstanding career achievement and honoring his unique and indelible influence on generations of music makers. This remarkable accolade leaves no question that Bob DiPiero’s career has truly been iconic.

 

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#1 SONGS

“American Made”- The Oak Ridge Boys
“Wink”- Neal McCoy
“Blue Clear Sky”- George Strait
“Daddy’s Money”- Ricochet
“Worlds Apart”- Vince Gill
“That Rock Won’t Roll”- Restless Heart
“Little Rock”- Reba McEntire
“(Do You Love Me) Just Say Yes”- Highway 101
“The Church On Cumberland Road”- Shenandoah
“Money In The Bank”- John Anderson
“Take Me As I Am”- Faith Hill
“Till You Love Me”- Reba McEntire
“They’re Playin’ Our Song”- Neal McCoy
“If You Ever Stop Loving Me”- Montgomery Gentry
“Southern Voice”- Tim McGraw

TOP 10 SONGS

“Cowboys Like Us”- George Strait
“Gone”- Montgomery Gentry
“You Can’t Take The Honky Tonk Out Of The Girl”- Brooks & Dunn
“Walking Away A Winner”- Kathy Mattea
“Should’ve Asked Her Faster”- Ty England
“Sentimental Ol’ You”- Charly McClain
“Mirror, Mirror”- Diamond Rio
“She Don’t Tell Me To”- Montgomery Gentry
“Lovin’ You Is Fun”- Easton Corbin
“Anywhere But Here”- Sammy Kershaw
“There You Are”- Martina McBride
“From A Table Away”- Sunny Sweeney

Other cuts by:  Pam Tillis, Rhett Akins, Caitlyn Smith, Bryan White, Joe Diffie, Mindy McCready, Billy Ray Cyrus, Aaron Tippin, Marty Stuart, Travis Tritt, Gretchen Wilson, The Mavericks, Tracy Byrd

 

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Wynn Varble

What do you get when you combine one of Nashville’s top songwriters with one of Nashville’s funniest storytellers? Wynn Varble!
He had his first #1 song “Have You Forgotten” with Darryl Worley in 2003 and it was nominated for Song of the Year by the CMA. In 2008, his #1 “Waitin’ on a Woman,” which Wynn co-wrote with Don Sampson was nominated by the CMA for Song of the Year. His third #1, “I’m a Little More Country” recorded by Easton Corbin, was also nominated by the ACM for Song of the Year.
Other artists who have recorded Wynn’s songs include Garth Brooks, Jon Pardi, Lee Ann Womack, Gary Allan, Trace Adkins, and many others.

 

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  • “Have You Forgotten?” – Darryl Worley   #1
  • “Waitin’ on a Woman” – Brad Paisley  #1
  • “A Little More Country Than That” – Easton Corbin  #1
  • “Sounds Like Life To Me” – Darryl Worley  #11
  • “When You Need My Love” – Darryl Worley  #15
  • “Things That Never Cross a Man’s Mind” – Kellie Pickler  #16
  • “Mom” –  Garth Brooks

Other cuts by:  Jon Pardi, Lee Ann Womack,  Montgomery Gentry, Gary Allan, Trace Adkins, Tracy Byrd, The Kinleys, Chris LeDoux, Mark Chesnutt, Sammy Kershaw

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Allen Shamblin

Allen Shamblin was born in Tennessee and grew up in Huffman, Texas, about 30 miles outside of Houston. After graduating with a Marketing degree from Sam Houston State University, Allen moved to Austin, Texas, where he worked as a real -estate appraiser by day and honed his songwriting skills by night.  In August of 1987, Allen moved to Nashville, with 14 completed songs.  His “story songs” with vivid detail and honest, earthy lyrics quickly caught the ear of the Nashville music establishment.

 

In 1989, it was Randy Travis’ #1 version of He Walked On Water, which brought Allen to the forefront of the songwriting community seemingly “overnight.” This began a string of award winning songs throughout the 1990’s and on into the new millennium such as “Walk On Faith” by Mike Reid, “In This Life” by Collin Raye, “Thinkin’ Problem” by David Ball, “Life’s A Dance” by John Michael Montgomery, “We Were In Love” by Toby Keith, “Don’t Laugh At Me” by Mark Wills, “Live, Laugh, Love” by Clay Walker, “Where The Blacktop Ends” by Keith Urban and Dove Award winner “It’s In God’s Hands Now” by Anointed. “I Can’t Make You Love Me,“a song co-written with Mike Reid and recorded by Bonnie Raitt was nominated for a Grammy Award and voted the #8 song of “The 100 Greatest Songs Of All Time” in the August 2000 issue of Mojo Magazine

 

Allen has also co-authored two children’s books “Don’t Laugh At Me” and “A Chance To Shine” with his friend and co-writer, Steve Seskin. “Don’t Laugh At Me” has been translated into several languages and is being used by teachers throughout the United States and other parts of the world as an aid against bullying.

 

Allen has had more than 100 songs recorded by artists in several genres of music.  He currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee, with his wife Lori and their three children on a small farm with 3 horses, 2 burros, 1 Texas Longhorn steer, 5 goats, 1 rooster and too many dogs and cats.

 

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#1 SONGS

 

  • “Walk On Faith” – Mike Reid
  • “Don’t’ Laugh At Me” – Mark Wills
  • “He Walked On Water” – Randy Travis
  • “The House That Built Me” – Miranda Lambert
      • 2011 Grammy award for Best Female Country Performance
  • “Where The Blacktop Ends” – Keith Urban
  • “In This Life” – Collin Raye
  • “We Were In Love” – Toby Keith
  • “Thinkin’ Problem” – David Ball

 

TOP 10 SONGS

 

  • “I Can’t Make You Love Me” – Bonnie Raitt
      • Ranked one of the greatest songs of all time
  •  “Life’s A Dance” – John Michael Montgomery

 

Other cuts by:  The Judds, Patty Loveless, Anointed, Steve Wariner, Rascal Flatts, Garth Brooks, Ricky Van Shelton, Ashley Monroe, Mike Reid, Kenny Rogers, Kenny Chesney, Neal McCoy, Dan Seals

 

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Casey Beathard

Casey Beathard moved to Nashville after attending Elon College in North Carolina in 1991. He immediately landed a day job at the Country Music Hall of Fame working in the gift show and mail order. He then took a part time, second job, at the Blue Bird Cafe as a cook/bar back. He says ever significant connection a “wanna-be” writer/artist could make, was made at those two jobs.

 

He began singing demo’s for Hall of Fame writer Don Schlitz, among others, while continuing to play “live” at any “open mic” and for anyone else who would listen. After starting to concentrate more on his songwriting, he had the title cut on Kenny Chesney’s album, “I Will Stand” and then the single “Right Where I Need To Be” by Gary Allan.

 

His huge hits include “Like Jesus Does” & “Homeboy” by Eric Church, George Strait’s “The Breath You Take”, Aaron Tippin’s “Where the Stars & Stripes & Eagles Fly”, and a string of #1’s that include “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem”, “Don’t Blink”, “Come Back Song”, “Find Out Who Your Friends Are”, “Cleaning This Gun”, “Ten Rounds With Jose Cuervo” and “The Boys of Fall”.

 

The son of respected NFL Hall of Fame member Bobby Beathard, and the father of four children, Casey is a two-time winner of Broadcast Music Inc’s Songwriter of the Year for 2004 and 2008.

 

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  • “The Boys of Fall” – Kenny Chesney
  • “Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy)” – Rodney Atkins
  • “Come Back Song” – Darius Rucker
  • “Find Out Who Your Friends Are” – Tracy Lawrence
  • “Don’t Blink” – Kenny Chesney
  • “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” – Kenny Chesney
  • “Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo” – Tracy Byrd
  • “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly” – Aaron Tippin
TOP 10 SONGS
  • “Do You Want Fries with That” – Tim McGraw
  • “Homeboy” – Eric Church
  • “How ’bout Them Cowgirls” – George Strait
  • “I Got A Feelin’” – Billy Currington
  • “Just Fishin’” – Trace Adkins
  • “Like a Wrecking Ball” – Eric Church
  • “Like Jesus Does” – Eric Church
  • “Right Where I Need to Be” – Gary Allan
  • “The Outsiders” – Eric Church
  • “Walk a Little Straighter” – Billy Currington
  • Other cuts by: George Strait, Jake Owen, Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus, Clay Walker, Clay Davidson, Jeff Bates, Josh Thompson, Terri Clark, Montgomery Gentry

 

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Heather Morgan

Vince Gill once described Heather Morgan’s voice as a combination of Patty Griffin and Dolly Parton. Growing up in Richardson, Texas, Heather was raised on Willie Nelson, Dolly, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, George Strait, Lee Ann Womack, Dixie Chicks, and Motown classics.

 

Heather has written songs for such artists as Randy Rogers Band, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, Dierks Bentley and Maren Morris. She had her first #1 song “Beat of the Music”, which was co-written with Ross Copperman and Brett Eldredge. The song won BMI’s Song of the Year in 2015. These three writers followed up with another #1 song for Brett, “Lose My Mind.” Another Brett single, “Love Someone” is currently in the Top 10.

 

In 2018 Morgan released her own album entitled “Borrowed Heart” with Grammy-nominated producer Paul Moak, and she has recently added her vocals to records with Drake White and Dierks Bentley.

 

Heather is also the co-founder of Girls of Nashville, a singer-songwriter show that began in 2014 to highlight female talent in Nashville. The show was recently featured in People Magazine.

 

Heather is a shining light of a songwriter, and vocalist.

 

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#1 SONGS
  • “Beat of The Music” – Brett Eldredge
      • 2015 BMI Song of the Year
  • “Lose My Mind” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Love Someone” – Brett Eldredge

 

Other Songs
  • “Slow Me Down” – Sara Evans  #17
  • “Reckless” – Martina McBride
  • “Some Town Somewhere” – Kenny Chesney
  • “Home Game” – Cole Swindell
  • “I’ll Be The Moon” – Dierks Bentley w/Maren Morris
  • “Bummin’ Cigarettes” – Maren Morris
  • “Love’s Poster Child” – Keith Urban
  • “Angel Like You” – Eli Young Band
  • “This Is Goodbye” – Randy Rogers
  • “Bring You Back” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Preachin’ To The Choir” – A Thousand Horses
  • “Just A Taste” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Marquee Sign” – Sara Evans
  • “Going Away For A While” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Shadow” – Brett Eldredge

 

  • 5 songs on the latest album from Brett Eldredge

 

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