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This two-time Grammy Award Winner has written 10 and co-written 27 top ten hits such as On the Other Hand, Diggin' Up Bones, and Forever and Ever, Amen (Randy Travis); When You Say Nothing at All (Randy Travis, Keith Whitley, Alison Kraus); I Won't Take Less Than Your Love (Tanya Tucker); Love Can Build a Bridge (The Judds); She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy (Kenny Chesney); Some Beach (Blake Shelton); Seein' My Father in Me, There But for the Grace of God Go I (Paul Overstreet). Overstreet was honored Songwriter of the Year by BMI five consecutive years. In 2003, Overstreet was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Former all-pro defensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals, and today one of America’s most respected composers, this two-time Grammy winner is responsible for numerous hits like Stranger in My House, Inside, Show Her, Still Losing You, In Love, How Do I Turn You On, Where Do the Nights Go, Lost in the Fifties Tonight (Ronnie Milsap); Everywhere (Tim McGraw); Forever's as Far as I'll Go (Alabama); I Can't Make You Love Me (Bonnie Raitt); Everywhere (Tim McGraw); In This Life (Colin Raye and Bette Midler); Walk on Faith (Mike Reid). In 2005, Reid was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
This Grammy nominated songwriter wrote and co-wrote mega-hits such as Tennessee Whiskey (George Jones); The Chair, Nobody in His Right Mind Would Have Left Her, Ocean Front Property, Famous Last Words of a Fool, I've Come to Expect It from You, If I Know Me, She Let Herself Go, Easy Come Easy Go, Marina del Rey, Here for a Good Time, The Breath You Take (George Strait); Guitars and Tiki Bars, She Always Says It First (Kenny Chesney); A Little Too Late (Toby Keith). Dillon is responsible for over 55 of George Strait’s cuts and hits. In 2002, Dillon was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.