Songwriter Blair Daly has penned songs for Kip Moore (“Beer Money”), Rascal Flatts (“Stand”), and many more. Here’s his story…
Bill Anderson will soon be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, but not before reflecting on a historic career in country music.
Hyde wrote Eric Church’s “Springsteen” and “Smoke a Little Smoke” among others.
Welcome to the Writers Round, a monthly column where Sounds Like Nashville sits down with Nashville-based songwriters and learns about each writer’s journey to Music City. This month, Tyler Johnson sheds some light into his life as a songwriter as well as shares the stories behind some of his many hits including Cam’s “Burning House”…
Songwriter Marv Green opens up about writing some of his biggest hits, including songs recorded by George Strait and Carrie Underwood.
Tim Nichols shares the stories behind the hits he wrote, from Tim McGraw’s “Live Like You Were Dying” to Dustin Lynch’s “Cowboys and Angels.”
Galyon is the woman behind hit songs like Kenny Chesney’s “All the Pretty Girls,” Keith Urban’s “We Were Us,” and Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic.”
Heather Morgan sheds some light on her life as a songwriter, having penned hits for Brett Eldredge, Dierks Bentley and Keith Urban.
This month, we spoke with songwriter Luke Dick, who has penned songs for Eric Church, Kip Moore and Miranda Lambert.
“I really love what I do and I’m so grateful that I don’t leave the house unless I really want to,” said Veltz.
“I can’t believe I get paid to do this. I’m grateful and hopefully I can do it for a long time,” said Laird.
Barry Dean sheds some light into his life as a songwriter as well as shares the stories behind some of his many hits in this SLN exclusive.
This month, Jessie Jo Dillon sheds some light into her life as a songwriter as well as shares the stories behind some of her many hits.
Hemby is a co-writer on Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic” and Little Big Town’s “Tornado.”
“Every person that I’ve come in contact with has taught me something, and every situation, for better or for worst, has taught me something that I’ve grown from and become better for,” he says.
This month, Jerry Vandiver sheds some light into his life as a songwriter as well as shares the stories behind some of his many hits including Tim McGraw’s “For a Little While.”