"Jesus Take the Wheel"
Two-time ASCAP Country Songwriter of the Year. Grammy winner for Best Country Song. Multiple CMA and ACM Song of the Year nominee. 25 #1 hit singles.
Two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee with The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Grammy winner. "Almost Cut My Hair," "Guinnevere," "Eight Miles High."
"Like I'm Gonna Lose You"
Rootsy singer-songwriter with cuts by Meghan Trainor & John Legend, Lady Antebellum, Garth Brooks, Cassadee Pope, Rascal Flatts, and Kenny & Dolly.
"Baby, I Love Your Way"
Grammy winner. Humble Pie co-founder. Biggest selling album of 1976 with Frampton Comes Alive! "Show Me the Way," "Do You Feel Like We Do," "I'm in You."
"I Drive Your Truck"
"The Climb" (Miley Cyrus).
CMA & ACM Song of the Year winner. Two-time Best Country Song Grammy nominee. "Mine Would Be You" (Blake Shelton).
BILLY F GIBBONS
"Gimme All Your Loving"
Founder of ZZ Top. Two-time Grammy nominee. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Over 50 million albums sold. Sixteen Top 10 singles.
"Sunny Came Home"
Three-time Grammy winner, including Song of the Year and Record of the Year. Americana Lifetime Achievement Award. Austin City Limits Hall of Fame.
"Save the Best for Last"
Song of the Year Grammy nominee. ASCAP Song of the Year winner. Rolling Stone called her first album the "singer-songwriter debut of the year."
Golden Globe winner. Founder of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Ima Robot. One of Rolling Stone's Top 10 Albums of the Year. "Greenback Boogie," "Man on Fire"
"It Matters to Me"
BMI Country Songwriter of the Year. Best Country Song Grammy nominee. Over a dozen Top 5 singles. "Just Fishin'" (Trace Adkins), "Whatever You Say" (Martina).
Writers of Christmas Classics
Chris Butler, Randy Brooks, Chris Eaton & Paul Williams discuss "Christmas Wrapping," "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer," "Breath of Heaven," and more.
"'Til I Hear It From You"
Golden Globe & Grammy nominee for "Walk Hard." Named among Rolling Stone's Best Albums of the '80s. "My Favorite Waste of Time," Someday Someway."
"90 Days" (P!nk)
P!nk and Kesha collaborator People magazine called "one to watch" and Billboard named its Pride Artist of the Month. "11 Blocks," "Woman" (Kesha).
"Separate Live" (Phil Collins)
Academy Award winner. Two-time Grammy nominee. "On and On," "Save it for a Rainy Day." Wrote and performed the theme song for Animal House.
"Tortured, Tangled Hearts"
Five-time Grammy winner. Grand Ole Opry member. Writer, collector, preservationist, and keeper of the country flame. "Tempted," "Time Don't Wait."
"XXX's and OOO's"
First African-American woman to write a #1 country hit. New York Times bestselling novelist of The Wind Done Gone. Music publisher and Vanderbilt professor.
"'Til I Gain Control Again"
Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Sixteen-time Grammy nominee and two-time winner. "Ashes by Now," "After All This Time," "Shame on the Moon."
"Green, Green Grass of Home"
Final interview with the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer and two-time CMA Song of the Year honoree. "He Stopped Loving Her Today," "D-I-V-O-R-C-E."
"Either Way" (Chris Stapleton)
Longtime Chris Stapleton collaborator. Latest album produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach. "That Lonesome Song" (J. Johnson), "Twang" (G. Strait).
Sixteen-time Grammy nominee and three-time winner. Emmy nominee. Americana Free Speech Award. "Guitar Town," "The Devil's Right Hand," "Goodbye."
"Follow Your Arrow"
Forty #1 country hits. CMA Song of the Year winner. Two-time ACM Songwriter of the Year. Seven-time Grammy nominee and three-time winner.
"Sick of Myself"
The critically-acclaimed power pop master with multiple Gold albums chats about "Girlfriend," "Divine Intervention" and his work with Susanna Hoffs.
"Give It Away" (George Strait)
CMA and ACM Song of the Year winner. Multiple Grammy award winner. Willie Nelson's producer and collaborator. "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die."
of Indigo Girls
Founder of ZZ Top. Two-time Grammy nominee. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Over 50 million albums sold. Sixteen Top 10 singles. Sharp dressed man.
The Father of Nashville Rock. Rockabilly Hall of Fame. "Soldier of Love," "Love's the Only House." Covered by the Beatles, U2, Pearl Jam, Jerry Lee Lewis, Dolly Parton.
LAYNG MARTINE, JR.
"Way Down" (Elvis)
Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Best Country Song Grammy nominee. "Rub It In," "Should I Do It" (Pointer Sisters), "The Greatest Man I Never Knew" (Reba).
"Alabama at Night"
Two-time Grammy nominee. Alt.Country pioneer. "Long I Ride," "F*ck This Town," "Let's Kill Saturday Night." Covered by Lone Justice, Old 97s, Rosie Flores, etc.
"Dancing in the Street"
Songwriters Hall of Fame. Motown legend. "Beechwood 4-5789," "Stubborn Kind of Fellow," "Hitch Hike," "Devil with a Blue Dress On," "It Take Two," "Pride and Joy."
"So You Want to be a Rock 'n' Roll Star"
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Manassas, The Desert Rose Band. Four-time Grammy nominee. Americana Lifetime Achievement.
"Stronger" (Kelly Clarkson)
Song of the Year Grammy nominee. Chart topper in a dozen countries. "Love of a Lifetime" (Chaka Khan), "Stephen" (Kesha), "Perfect Way" (Scritti Politti).