The Warren Brothers

The Warren Brothers are highly sought-after songwriters and entertainers. They have written hits for Tim McGraw (“If You’re Reading This”, “Felt Good on My Lips”, “Highway Don’t Care”), Toby Keith (“Red Solo Cup”), Keith Urban (“Little Bit of Everything”), Faith Hill (“The Lucky One”), Martina McBride (“Anyway”, “Wrong Baby Wrong”), Dierks Bentley (“Feel That Fire”), Jerrod Niemann (“Drink To That All Night”) and more. They’ve also had their songs recorded by Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, Gary Allan, Tyler Farr, Billy Currington and many other A-list country artists. In addition, the brothers have also written songs for rock artists including Lynyrd Skynyrd, Nickelback, Hinder, Joss Stone and Boys Like Girls. Their most recent #1 hits are “Lights Come On” by Jason Aldean, “Every Time I Hear That Song,” by Blake Shelton and “Sober Saturday Night” by Chris Young.

 

Brad and Brett Warren started as recording artists in their hometown of Tampa, FL. They moved to Nashville in 1995 and in 1997 signed a record deal with RCA records. They made 3 albums for RCA’s sister label BNA Records. During that time, they toured extensively as an opening act for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, as well as opened for many other artists. Since then, McGraw has recorded over 20 of their songs.

 

The Warren’s are the total package of entertainment, hit songs, great stories, fun and making a connection to an audience.

 

TO BOOK THE WARREN BROTHERS, PLEASE CONTACT US:  info@songwritercity.com

 

#1 SONGS
  • “Every Time I Hear That Song” – Blake Shelton
  • “Sober Saturday Night” – Chris Young featuring Vince Gill
  • “Lights Come On” – Jason Aldean
  • “Highway Don’t Care” – Tim McGraw (feat. Taylor Swift & Keith Urban)
  • “Little Bit Of Everything” – Keith Urban
  • “Drink To That All Night” – Jerrod Niemann
  • “Felt Good On My Lips” – Tim McGraw
  • “Feel That Fire” – Dierks Bentley

 

  • “If You’re Reading This” – Tim McGraw #3
  • “The Lucky One” – Faith Hill  #5
  • “Anyway” – Martina McBride  #5
  • “Red Solo Cup” – Toby Keith #9
  • “Wrong Baby Wrong” – Martina McBride #11
  • “Teenage Daughters” – Martina McBride #17
  • “Thought About You” – Current Tim McGraw single

Other cuts by:  Luke Bryan, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steven Tyler, Frankie Ballard, Randy Houser, A Thousand Horses, Tyler Farr, Michael Ray, Joss Stone, Nickelback, Hinder, Gin Blossoms

 

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Tom Douglas

In 1993, Douglas attended a songwriters’ seminar in Austin and he played “Little Rock” for producer/publisher Paul Worley who took some of his songs back to Nashville with him. Sony/ATV/Tree signed Douglas as a staff writer and in June 1994, “Little Rock,” as sung by Collin Raye, became his first number one hit and was nominated for CMA Song of the Year in 1994. He moved back to Nashville with his family three years later.

He earned his second number-one hit on the pop charts in 1998 with “The Gift” as recorded by and co-written with Jim Brickman. In 2001, Tim McGraw took “Grown Men Don’t Cry” to number one, and subsequently collaborated with Tom on the top three-country hit, “My Little Girl,” which also became the end title for the Fox film, “Flicka”, in 2006. “Love’s the Only House” recorded by Martina McBride reached the top-five on the Country charts followed by another hit, “God’s Will.” From the summer of 2009 to the summer of 2010, Tom achieved a rare Triple Play Award in which he had three number one hits in a year: Lady Antebellum’s (co-written with the group) “I Run To You” followed by Tim McGraw’s “Southern Voice” and concluding with Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me”.

In 2010, he also had a single with Lady Antebellum’s “Hello World”. Tom’s song “Raise ’em Up” was #1 for Keith Urban and Eric Church in the spring of 2015. Tom’ s song “The House That Built Me” was nominated for 2010 Grammy Song of The Year and Country Song of The Year and won CMA Song of the Year as well as ACM’s Song of The Year and Single Record of the Year. In that same year, Tom was also nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe for the song “Coming Home” featured in the film “Country Strong”. In 2014, Tom’s song “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s” was nominated for the Grammy’s Country Song of the year.

In 2014, Tom was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame.

“Tom Douglas is, quite simply, our conscience. He shines a spotlight on the dark side of society so brightly that we can no longer ignore it. He’s a realist, but he’s also an optimist. As he says, the pain in this world is great, but the love is even greater. I love his raspy voice. When you hear him sing, you know he just knows. He’s lived every word that he writes. He makes mature music for mature people. He’s had some huge hits, but I always like his versions better. No one can sing a Tom Douglas song better than Tom.”   – Music journalist Beverly Keel

Tom is a songwriting treasure and we love to get him on a stage to show his gifts of music and storytelling to others.

TO BOOK TOM, PLEASE CONTACT US: info@songwritercity.com

 

#1 SONGS
  • Lady Antebellum — “I Run to You”, “Hello World”
  • Miranda Lambert — “The House That Built Me”
  • Tim McGraw — “Grown Men Don’t Cry”
  • Keith Urban — “Raise ‘Em Up”
  • Tim McGraw — “Southern Voice”
  • Tim McGraw — “Meanwhile, Back at Mama’s”
  • Collin Raye — “Little Rock”
  • Jim Brickman — “The Gift”

 

TOP 10 SONGS
  • Chris Janson – “Drunk Girl”
  • Martina McBride — “Love’s the Only House”
  • Tim McGraw — “My Little Girl”
  • Tim McGraw — “Let It Go”
  • Lee Ann Womack — “Something Worth Leaving Behind”

Other cuts by: Brett Eldredge, Carrie Underwood, Alabama, George Strait, John Michael Montgomery, Sons of the Desert, Phil Vassar, Drake White, The Warren Brothers, Yankee Grey, and more.

 

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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.

 

TO BOOK NATALIE, PLEASE CONTACT US: info@songwritercity.com

 

#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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Ross Copperman

Ross Copperman is a Grammy nominated singer-songwriter and producer who was a signed recording artist in the UK and known for his song “All She Wrote” which was released in 2007.  Ross had numerous major song placements in TV shows and movies such as: The Vampire Diaries, The Biggest Loser, NCIS, Nashville, Grey’s Anatomy and the series finale of CSI:NY.

 

Ross has written 18 #1 songs including “Woman, Amen” by Dierks Bentley, “Beat Of The Music,” “Lose My Mind,” and “Drunk On Your Love” by Brett Eldredge,  “Don’t It” by Billy Currington, “Strip It Down” by Luke Bryan, “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” and “Break on Me” by Keith Urban, “Point At You” by  Justin Moore, “American Country Love Song” by Jake Owen, “Confession” by Florida Georgia Line,  “I Know Somebody” by LOCASH, and “Setting the World on Fire” by Kenny Chesney featuring P!nk. He currently has the latest singles on the charts by Dierks Bentley, Brett Young, and Kenny Chesney.

 

Copperman has also produced for several artists including Keith Urban, Brett Eldredge, Dierks Bentley, Eli Young Band, Darius Rucker and Jake Owen among others.

 

Ross was honored as 2016 ACM Songwriter of the Year, 2016 and 2017 BMI Songwriter of the Year, and recipient of the 2016 and 2017 Double CMA Triple Play Awards.
 

 TO BOOK ROSS, PLEASE CONTACT US:  info@songwritercity.com

 

#1 SONGS

  • “Love Someone” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Love Ain’t” – Eli Young Band
  • “Get Along” – Kenny Chesney
  • “Woman, Amen” – Dierks Bentley
  • “Beat of the Music” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Break on Me” – Keith Urban
  • “Setting the World on Fire” – Kenny Chesney featuring P!nk
  • “Strip It Down” – Luke Bryan
  • “Lose My Mind” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Don’t It” – Billy Currington
  • “Drunk on Your Love” – Brett Eldredge
  • “Smoke” – A Thousand Horses
  • “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” – Keith Urban
  • “Point at You” – Justin Moore
  • “American Country Love Song” – Jake Owen
  • “Confession” – Florida Georgia Line
  • “I Know Somebody” – LoCash
  • “Wanna Be That Song” – Brett Eldredge

TOP 5 SONGS

  • “Jesus in Disguise” – Brandon Heath
  • “I Lived It” – Blake Shelton single
  • “Tip It on Back” – Dierks Bentley
  • “Pirate Flag” – Kenny Chesney

 

  • “Tip Of My Tongue” – Current Kenny Chesney single
  • “Living” – Current Dierks Bentley single
  • “Catch” – Current Brett Young single

 

Other cuts by: Blake Shelton, Trisha Yearwood, Scotty McCreery, Jana Kramer, Thompson Square, Dallas Smith, Eli Young Band, Josh Turner, Gloriana, Darius Rucker, Joe Nichols, Gary Allan

 

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Rhett Akins

Music has always been in Rhett Akins’ blood. The Valdosta, GA. native grew up in a close-knit family that supported his musical interests and his desire to pursue music as a career.

 

One of Rhett’s song demo tapes found its way to the reactivated Decca Records label. Impressed by what they heard, they quickly signed Rhett to a recording contract. In 1995 his first album, A Thousand Memories was released to critical acclaim and spawned his first # 1 single and a song he co-wrote “That Ain’t My Truck”. That success was duplicated the following year with his second #1 single, “Don’t Get Me Started”, from his follow up album “Somebody New”.

 

Rhett has an incredible 28 career number one singles as a songwriter, including: “Dirt On My Boots” by Jon Pardi, “All Over Me” by Josh Turner, “Gimmie That Girl” by Joe Nichols, “Put A Girl In It” by Brooks & Dunn, “Take A Back Road” by Rodney Atkins, “I Don’t What This Night To End” by Luke Bryan, “I Can Take It From There” by Chris Young, “All About Tonight”, “Honey Bee” and “Boys Round Here”, all three by Blake Shelton, “Point At You” by Justin Moore, “Hey Girl” by Billy Currington, “When She Says Baby” by Jason Aldean, “Get Me Some Of That” and “It Goes Like This” by Thomas Rhett and many others.

 

Akins was named BMI’s songwriter of the year in 2011 and received Triple Play Awards in January 2012, 2014, and 2018 for having three number one singles in a 12 month period. Most recently, he was named 2018 ACM Songwriter of the Year.

 

TO BOOK RHETT, PLEASE CONTACT US: info@songwritercity.com

 

#1 SONGS
  • “Life Changes” – Thomas Rhett
  • “Dirt On My Boots” – Jon Pardi
  • “Boys Round Here” – Blake Shelton
  • “Hey Girl” – Billy Currington
  • “Honey Bee” – Blake Shelton
  • “Small Town Boy” – Dustin Lynch
  • “Get Me Some Of That” – Thomas Rhett
  • “Tonight Looks Good On You” – Jason Aldean
  • “I Know Somebody” – LoCash
  • “Young & Crazy” – Frankie Ballard
  • “Star Of The Show” – Thomas Rhett
  • “Ready Set Roll” – Chase Rice
  • “Mind Reader” – Dustin Lynch
  • “Take A Back Road” – Rodney Atkins
  • “Just Getting’ Started” – Jason Aldean
  • “I Don’t Want This Night To End” – Luke Bryan
  • “It Goes Like This” – Thomas Rhett
  • “When She Says Baby” – Jason Aldean
  • “All About Tonight” – Blake Shelton
  • “All Over Me” – Josh Turner
  • “Gimmie That Girl” – Joe Nichols
  • “Huntin’, Fishin’, & Lovin’ Every Day” – Luke Bryan
  • “Put a Girl In It” – Brooks & Dunn
  • “Point At You” – Justin Moore
  • “I Can Take It From There” – Chris Young
  • “Don’t Get Me Started” – Rhett Akins
  • “That Ain’t My Truck” – Rhett Akins

 

TOP 5 SONGS
  • “Farmer’s Daughter” – Rodney Atkins
  • “I Lived It” – Blake Shelton
  • “Parking Lot Party” – Lee Brice
  • “Small Town Throwdown” – Brantley Gilbert
  • “That Don’t Sound Like You” – Lee Brice

 

  • “The Difference” – Current Tyler Rich single
  •  “What Happens In A Small Town” – Current Bradley Gilbert and Lindsay Ell single

 

Other cuts by: Jack Ingram, Craig Morgan, Billy Currington, Jerrod Niemann, Trent Willman, Reba McEntire, Tyler Farr, Justin Moore

 

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Jon Randall

Jon Randall Stewart was born in Dallas, TX and in his teenage years relocated to Nashville where he started his professional musical journey singing backup and playing guitar with Emmylou Harris’s Grammy award winning Nash Ramblers. He has toured and recorded with countless household names including Vince Gill and Dierks Bentley.

In 1992, Jon won a Grammy Award as a part of Emmylou Harris & Nash Ramblers for Best Country Performance by A Duo or Group with Vocal. He released his debut solo album, “What You Don’t Know, in 1995 on RCA. His three subsequent albums have all been met with much critical acclaim.

As a songwriter, Randall is most known for “Whiskey Lullaby,” the Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss hit single he co-wrote with Whisperin’ Bill Anderson, which won the CMA Award for Song of the Year in 2005. Jon’s #1 songs include “Am I The Only One” from Dierks Bentley and “Drink On It” by Blake Shelton. Other artists who have recorded his songs include Tim McGraw, Gary Allan, Jack Ingram, Reba McEntire, Guy Clark, and more.

Jon also produced Dierks Bentley’s acoustic project “Up on the Ridge,” which earned CMA, Grammy, and ACM nominations. He also won ACM Song of the Year in 2018 for “Tin Man,” which was recorded by Miranda Lambert.

Most recently, Randall has been nominated for a 2019 ACM Award for Album of the Year as a producer on Dierks Bentely’s “The Mountain,” which Jon also has 4 cuts on. In addition, he scored a track on the new Maren Morris album “Girl,” which was released in March.

Randall’s success as a musician, performer, songwriter, and producer continues to flourish from the heart of Nashville.

 

TO BOOK JON, PLEASE CONTACT US: info@songwritercity.com

 

  • “Drink On It” – Blake Shelton #1
  • “Am I The Only One” – Dierks Bentley #1
  • “Whiskey Lullaby” – Alison Krauss with Brad Paisley #2
      • 2005 CMA Song of the Year
  • “Tin Man” – Current single from Miranda Lambert
      • 2018 ACM Song of the Year
  • “She’s So California” – Gary Allan
  • “Break Each Other’s Heart Again” – Reba McEntire & Don Henley
  • “Draw Me A Map” – Dierks Bentley
  • “When Love Gets A Hold Of You” – Reba McEntire
  • “Just Add Moonlight” – Eli Young Band

 

Other cuts by: Maren Morris, Tim McGraw, Vince Gill, Guy Clark, Travis Denning

 

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Tim Nichols

Award winning songwriter, Tim Nichols has been writing hit songs and entertaining audiences for over two decades. A veteran in the country music industry and a well-known personality across the country, he’s become one of the genre’s most respected and well-liked members. He’s known for an easy-going, honest manner, creative lyrics and comical banter onstage when playing live shows.

Like what’s playing on the radio, Nichols’ music has evolved over the years. He has won countless BMI awards as well as accolades from CMA, ACM and NSAI organizations.  While fans of classic country music appreciate his number one hits for artists like Alan Jackson, Ronnie Milsap, Reba McEntire, Keith Whitley, Lee Ann Womack and multiple others, today’s country hit makers and newcomers are just as thrilled about his recent work. You might recognize a current hit by Jason Aldean, Dustin Lynch, Jana Kramer, or Chris Young, when Nichols takes the stage in a writer’s show.  And, of course, crowd favorites always include record setting hits like Jo Dee Messina’s “Head’s Carolina, Tails California”, and his Grammy Award winning “Live Like You Were Dying” recorded by Tim McGraw.

Nichols is a writer and performer for all ages and never ceases in his quest to move people and touch hearts with his honest lyrics.

Most days, he’s working in the writing rooms of his publishing company, THiS MUSIC, along with other award winning talents, but you can often find him onstage performing for select groups seeking an authentic entertainment experience. He travels throughout the US in addition to playing his songs and telling the stories behind them to both event attendees and corporate clients. His onstage dynamic is unparalleled and he’s at his best when engaging an audience to get lost in a song.

Whether alone or in the company of his fellow songwriting friends or artists, who often join him in performances at the Country Music Hall of Fame, The Bluebird Cafe or in a private venue, he provides a moving show that completely entices every type of audience.

 

TO BOOK TIM, PLEASE CONTACT US: info@songwritercity.com

 

  • “Live Like You Were Dying” – Tim McGraw (10 week #1)
    • 2004 Grammy Award for Country Song of the Year
    • 2004 ACM Award for Song of the Year
    • 2004 CMA Award for Song of the Year
    • 2004 Billboard Award for Country Song of the Year
    • 2004 BMI Award for Country Song of the Year
    • 2004 ASCAP Award for Country Song of the Year
    • 2004 NSAI Award for Song of the Year
  • “(This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Thing” – Trace Adkins
  • “The Man I Want to Be” – Chris Young
  • “Girls Lie Too” – Terri Clark
  • “A Baby Changes Everything” – Faith Hill (#1 AC chart)
  • “I’ll Think of a Reason Later” – Lee Ann Womack
  • “Brotherly Love” – Keith Whitley (duet with Earl Thomas Conley)
  • “Heads Carolina, Tails California” – Jo Dee Messina
  • “I’d Rather Ride Around with You” – Reba McEntire
  • “I Wanna Do It All” – Terri Clark
  • “That’d Be Alright” – Alan Jackson
  • “I Got the Boy” – Jana Kramer
  • “Cowboys and Angels” – Dustin Lynch
  • “I’m Over You” – Keith Whitley
  • “I Still Miss You” – Keith Anderson
  • “Trying To Hide A Fire In The Dark” – Billy Dean
  • “You’re Not In Kansas Anymore” – Jo Dee Messina
  • “Vidalia” – Sammy Kershaw
  • “All Is Fair In Love & War” – Ronnie Milsap #11
  • “That’s the Kind of Mood I’m In” – Patty Loveless #13
  • “She Only Smokes When She Drinks” – Joe Nichols #17
  • “I Only Want You For Christmas” – Alan Jackson

 

  • Other cuts by: Turner Nichols, Tracy Byrd, Michael Peterson, John Corbett, David Kersh, Jamie O’Neal, James Otto, Blackhawk, Aaron Tippin, Van Zant
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Neil Thrasher

Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama Neil Thrasher has been surrounded by music his whole life. Influenced by both sides of his family, Neil grew up watching his father perform professionally as part of The Thrasher Brothers it was only natural that Neil would do the same.

 

After a few year of recording his own music, other artist began recording songs he had written and as fate would have it, it was then that songwriting would become his passion. Devoting his career to be a full-time songwriter and eventually being named “2004 ASCAP’s Songwriter Of The Year.”

 

Thrasher has penned many #1 hits including “Fast Cars & Freedom”, “Take Me There” and “Banjo” by Rascal Flatts, “There Goes My Life” by Kenny Chesney, “Fly Over States” and “Night Train” by Jason Aldean, and “How Country Feels” by Randy Houser”.

 

Neil’s songs have also been recorded by some of music’s most successful acts including:  Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Montgomery Gentry, Reba McEntire, David Nail, Diamond Rio, Martina McBride, Trace Adkins, Billy Ray Cyrus and many others.

 

TO BOOK NEIL, PLEASE CONTACT US: info@songwritercity.com

 

 

#1 SONGS
  • “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
  • “Take Me There” – Rascal Flatts (4 week #1)
  • “Fly Over States” – Jason Aldean
  • “How Country Feels” – Randy Houser
    • 2013 ASCAP Song of the Year
  • “Night Train” – Jason Aldean
  • “Why Wait” – Rascal Flatts
  • “Tattoos On This Town” – Jason Aldean
  • “Banjo” – Rascal Flatts

 

TOP 10 SONGS
  • “I Melt” – Rascal Flatts #2
  • “That’s What I Get For Loving You” – Diamond Rio #4
  • “What Do You Say” – Reba McEntire #3
  • “I Lost It” – Kenny Chesney #3
  • “Some People Change” – Montgomery Gentry #7
  • “Rearview Town” – Current Jason Aldean single

In 2010 Neil was awarded “GMA’s Country Song of the Year” for “Somebody Like Me” recorded by Jason Crabb, earning him his first Dove Award.

Other cuts by: Lee Brice, Rhett Akins, Reba McEntire, Restless Heart, Susan Ashton, Meredith Edwards, Jeff Carson, Andy Griggs, Casey James, David Nail, Trace Adkins

 

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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.

 

TO BOOK BOB, PLEASE CONTACT US: info@songwritercity.com

 

#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.

 

TO BOOK WYNN, PLEASE CONTACT US: info@songwritercity.com

 

  • “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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