Bob DiPiero

Genre: Songwriters
Location: Nashville, Tennessee

About The Band

Are you looking for a Nashville band that leaves you wanting more? Look no further! Since his first #1 in 1983, Hall of Fame Songwriter Bob DiPierohas been responsible for an uninterrupted string of country musichits. 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 hitsingles, and an astounding 15 #1 hits. His songs have been featuredin TV shows, commercials and movies. In 2011 his song “ComingHome” from the Country Strong movie soundtrack was nominatedfor both an Oscar and Golden Globe Award for “Best OriginalSong in a Motion Picture.” Among his other countless awards are50 BMI Million–Air honors, multiple Songwriter of the Yearawards and 2 consecutive Triple Play awards for 3 #1 songs withina 12 month period. Bob is the originator of the CMA SongwritersSeries and has served as its Host for 10 years, bringing Nashville’sfinest songwriters and artists throughout the United States andoverseas to Belfast, Dublin, London and Paris. In 2007, he wasinducted into the Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fameand Nashville’s Walk of Fame where his star is located betweenJimi Hendrix and Barbara Mandrell. Bob quotes, “The location ofmy star pretty much says it all!” In 2014 Bob was invitedby The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to perform atthe prestigious, “Poets and Prophets Series” as a “Salute to BobDiPiero.”  Most recently the CMA presented Bob with their CMAChairman’s Award in recognition of his outstanding contributionsto the music industry and songwriting community.

**Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member

**Star on the Nashville Walk of Fame

**Board member of the Country Music Association, a Leadership Nashville alumnus and former Nashville Songwriters Association, Inc., President

**Has helped make Nashville a port of call for legendary performers from all genres, writing with Neil Diamond, Carole King, Johnny Van Zant and Delbert McClinton, among many others.

**First number one "American Made" recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys won numerous awards and was used in major ad campaigns for Miller Beer and the Baby Ruth candy bar.

**15 No. 1 hits

** Three dozen BMI Country and Million-Air honors

** CMA's Triple Play Award in 1995 and 1996

** BMI's Robert J. Burton Award for Neal McCoy's "Wink"

**Song of the Year" for "Worlds Apart" (Vince Gill) at the Country Radio Music Awards in 1997.

**1998's "Songwriter of the Year" at the Nashville Music Awards

**2000's "Songwriter of the Year" by Sony/ATV, Nashville

**Brooks and Dunn's lead off single “Indian Summer” from their greatest hits album "Number 1's...and then some"

**Number one single “Southern Voice” recorded by Tim McGraw and featured in the Oscar winning movie "The Blindside."

**Host of the famous and continually sold out CMA Songwriter Series which has traveled to NYC, Los Angeles, Chicago and the Library of Congress in Washington D.C

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Number 1 Songs:
“American Made”- Recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys
“Wink”- Recorded by Neal McCoy
“Blue Clear Sky”- Recorded by George Strait
“Daddy’s Money”- Recorded by Ricochet
“Worlds Apart”- Recorded by Vince Gill
“That Rock Won’t Roll”- Recorded by Restless Heart
“Little Rock”- Recorded by Reba McEntire
“(Do You Love Me) Just Say Yes”- Highway 101
“The Church On Cumberland Road”- Recorded by Shenandoah
“Money In The Bank”- Recorded by John Anderson
“Take Me As I Am”- Recorded by Faith Hill
“Till You Love Me”- Recorded by Reba McEntire
“They’re Playin’ Our Song”- Recorded by Neal McCoy
“If You Ever Stop Loving Me”- Recorded by Montgomery Gentry
“Southern Voice”- Recorded by Tim McGraw

Top 10 Songs:
“Cowboys Like Us”- Recorded by George Strait
“Gone”- Recorded by Montgomery Gentry
“You Can’t Take The Honky Tonk Out Of The Girl”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Walking Away A Winner”- Recorded by Kathy Mattea
“Should’ve Asked Her Faster”- Recorded by Ty England
“Sentimental Ol’ You”- Recorded by Charly McClain
“Mirror, Mirror”- Recorded by Diamond Rio
“She Don’t Tell Me To”- Recorded by Montgomery Gentry
“Lovin’ You Is Fun”- Recorded by Easton Corbin
“Anywhere But Here”- Recorded by Sammy Kershaw
“There You Are”- Recorded by Martina McBride
“From A Table Away”- Recorded by Sunny Sweeney

Top 20 Songs:
“Cleopatra, Queen of Denial”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“It’s Lonely Out There”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“Indian Summer”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“I Can See Forever In Your Eyes”- Recorded by Reba McEntire
“We’re So Good Together”- Recorded by Reba McEntire

Other Notable Songs:
“Drunk Americans”- Recorded by Toby Keith
“Tacoma”- Recorded by Garth Brooks
“Headlights”- Recorded by Montgomery Gentry
“Burnin’ Bed”- Recorded by David Nail
“Blue Rose Is”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“XXL”- Recorded by Keith Anderson
“Ordinary Love”- Recorded by Shane Minor
“Too Much Month (At The End Of The Money)”- Recorded by Billy Hill
“Kiss Me, I’m Gone”- Recorded by Marty Stuart
“The Girl’s Gone Wild”- Recorded by Travis Tritt
“Bad Day To Let You Go”- Recorded by Bryan White
“Take Me”- Recorded by Lari White
“Somethin’ In The Water”- Recorded by Jeffrey Steele
“Home Sweet Home”- Recorded by Dennis Robbins
“Going Going Gone”- Recorded by Neal McCoy
“Love You Back”- Recorded by Rhett Akins
“You Can’t Get There From Here”- Recorded by Lee Roy Parnell
“Give My Heart To You”- Recorded by Billy Ray Cyrus
“The Other Side Of This Kiss”- Recorded by Mindy McCready
“Poor Me”- Recorded by Joe Diffie
“Tennesee Girl”- Recorded by Sammy Kershaw
“See Rock City”- Recorded by Rick Trevino
“I’ll Take Love Over Money”- Recorded by Aaron Tippin
“Somebody Needs a Hug”- Recorded by Keith Anderson
“When The Moon Is In Town”- Recorded by The Shoppe
“In The Blood”- Recorded by Rod Crosby
“Old Weakness (Coming On Strong)”- Recorded by Tanya Tucker, Patty Loveless & Delbert McClinton
“Good Times”- Recorded by Anita Cochran
“Do You Wanna Make Something Of It”- Recorded by Jo Dee Messina
“Face Of God”- Recorded by Billy Ray Cyrus
“Good Year For The Outlaw”- Recorded by Jeffrey Steele
“Love and Luck”- Recorded by Marty Stuart
“Goodbye Highway”- Recorded by Marty Stuart
“Local Girls”- Recorded by Ronnie Milsap
“Cool Water”- Recorded by Tammy Graham
“My Side Of Town”- Recorded by Dennis Robbins
“You Made Life Good Again”- Recorded by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
“I Got My Baby”- Recorded by Faith Hill
“Steady As She Goes”- Recorded by Mark Collie
“Ain’t No Short Way Home”- Recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys
“No Chance To Dance”- Recorded by Highway 101
“Seniorita Margarita”- Recorded by Tim McGraw
“Lies”- Recorded by The Mavericks
“Lie To Me”- Recorded by Darius Rucker
“You Don’t Get Lucky That Many Times”- Recorded by Thompson Square
“A Change Is Gonna Do Me Good”- Recorded by Etta James
“American Daughters”- Recorded by Sarah Buxton
“Bad Case Of Missing You”- Recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys
“Ballad of Jerry Jeff Walker”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Be That Way”- Recorded by Martina McBride
“Chance Of A Lifetime”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Come Home”- Recorded by Trace Adkins
“Deny Deny Deny”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Down The Road I Go”- Recorded by Travis Tritt
“Drop In The Bucket”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Earthquake”- Recorded by Ronnie Milsap
“Enjoy Yourself”- Recorded by Billy Currington
“Every Little Thing She Does”- Recorded by Lonestar
“Full Time Love”- Recorded by Kathy Mattea
“Go West”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Going, Going, Gone”- Recorded by Bryan White
“Gold Don’t Rust”- Recorded by Neil Diamond
“Good Day To Be Me”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Hands Of Time”- Recorded by Steve Wariner
“Heart Shaped World”- Recorded by Chely Wright
“Her West Was Wilder”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Hillbilly Nation”- Recorded by Cowboy Crush
“Hold You Now”- Recorded by Trace Adkins
“Homeward Looking Angel”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“Honk If You Love Country”- Recorded by Aaron Tippin
“How Gone Is Goodbye”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“I Can See Forever In Your Eyes”- Recorded by Reba McEntire
“I Know That’s Right”- Recorded by Collin Raye
“I Love You More”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“I Shall Return”- Recorded by Billy Currington
“I Wish He’d Been Drinkin’ Whiskey”- Recorded by Terri Clark
“If You’re Gonna Straighten Up”- Recorded by Travis Tritt
“It’s A Good Day To Be Me”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Kill Myself”- Recorded by Tim McGraw
“Last In A Long Lonesome Line”- Recorded by Patty Loveless
“Leave My Heart Out Of This”- Recorded by Bryan White
“Lipstick On The Radio”- Recorded by Neal McCoy
“Living Hard”- Recorded by Gary Allan
“Living In A Bullseye”- Recorded by Little Texas
“Lonely Grill”- Recorded by Lonestar
“Long Way Down”- Recorded by Little Texas
“Melancholy Child”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“My Love Is A Rock”- Recorded by Ruben Studdard
“Myself Without You”- Reba McEntire
“Never Get Away From Me”- Recorded by Travis Tritt
“New Orleans”- Recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys and Toby Keith
“No Chance To Dance”- Recorded by Highway 101
“Not In This Lifetime”- Recorded by Joe Diffie
“Nothin’ But Taillights”- Recorded by Trace Adkins
“On My Heart Again”- Recorded by Steve Wariner
“One Good Reason”- Recorded by Reba McEntire
“Rough and Tumble Heart”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“She Likes To Get Out Of Town”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Something In The Water”- Recorded by Little Feat with Bob Seger
“Spending Every Minute In Love”- Recorded by Neal McCoy
“Temptation #9″- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Thanks For Reading My Mind”- Recorded by Anita Cochran
“That Gets Me”- Recorded by Lonestar
“The Trouble With Angels”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“The Wantin’ Not The Gettin'”- Recorded by Jolie & The Wanted
“Till All The Lonely Is Gone”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“Under The Hood”- Recorded by Billy Ray Cyrus
“Walk Away Slow”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“Walk On Water”- Recorded by Gretchen Wilson
“Way Gone”- Recorded by Brooks & Dunn
“We’ve Tried Everything Else”- Recorded by Pam Tillis
“What Happened”- Recorded by Gretchen Wilson
“Why Can’t I”- Recorded by Ronnie Milsap
“Wild”- Recorded by Lonestar
“Workin’ On It”- Recorded by Casey James
“Wouldn’t Any Woman”- Recorded by Trisha Yearwood
“You Do Or You Don’t”- Recorded by Terri Clark
“You Feel Good”- Recorded by Tracy Byrd
“You Make Me Feel”- Recorded by Diamond Rio
“Zero”- Recorded by Joe Diffie