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Published on Mar 6, 2012
Craig Wiseman talks about his experiences as a songwriter in Nashville.
Originally recorded: 4/27/2011 in the Massey Performing Arts Center at Belmont University Hosted by: Harry Chapman
Founder of Big Loud Shirt Industries, Craig Wiseman is one of today's most celebrated songwriters and has played a significant role in shaping Country music. To date, Wiseman has had well over 300 cuts, 100 singles, 19 #1's and has had songs on over 80 million records sold. He has also won countless awards, including a Grammy for Tim McGraw's 10 week #1, "Live Like You Were Dying", ASCAP's Songwriter Of The Year three times and CMA & ACM Song Of The Year awards in consecutive years. In 2009, Craig was honored by NSAI as the Songwriter Of The Decade. Craig has written songs for, among many others, Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney, Beverly Knight, Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Brooks & Dunn & Toby Keith.