Built in 1988, the one time home of Barbara Mandrell, and once the largest log home in the United States, the Fontanel’s brand new outdoor amphitheater, located at 4225 Whites Creek Pike, in Nashville, (615-256-5699), will host its first ever concert on July 17, 2010, from 430pm to 800pm, and feature eleven Songwriter Hall of Fame Members who are some of the most prolific Songwriters Nashville has ever produced.
Songs written by Roger Murrah include Rains by Mel Tillis, Don’t Rock The Jukebox by Alan Jackson, High Cotton by Alabama, National Working Woman’s Holiday by Sammy Kershaw, A Bridge That Just Won’t Burn by Conway Twitty, Life’s Highway by Steve Wariner, Ozark Mountain Jubilee by the Oak Ridge Boys, Fast Lanes and Country Roads by Barbara Mandrell, Where Corn Don’t Grow by Travis Tritt, Hearts Aren’t Made To Break They’re Made To Love by Lee Greenwood, If I Could Make A Living Out Of Loving You by Clay Walker, and more.
Songs written by Kye Fleming include Smoky Mountain Rain and I Wouldn’t Have Missed It For The World by Ronnie Milsap, I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool, In Times Like these, and Sleeping Single In A Double Bed by Barbara Mandrell, Nobody by Sylvia, Roll On Mississippi by Charley Pride, Kansas City Lights by Steve Wariner, Give Me Wings by Michael Johnson, and more.
Songs written by Dallas Frazier include There Goes My Everything and Until My Dreams Come True by Jack Greene, If My Heart Had Windows by George Jones, Son Of Hickory Hollow’s Tramp by O.C. Smith, All I Have To Offer You Is Me by Charley Pride, The Baptism of Jesse Taylor and Elvira by the Oak Ridge Boys, Fourteen Carat Mind by Gene Watson, What’s Your Mama’s Name Child by Tanya Tucker, Beneath Still Waters by Emmylou Harris, and more.
Songs written by Matraca Berg include The Last One To Know by Reba McEntire, Strawberry Wine by Deana Carter, Faking Love by T.G. Sheperd, Wrong Side of Memphis and XXX’s and OOO’s (An American Girl) by Trisha Yearwood, You Can Feel Bad by Patty Loveless, Wild Angels by Martina McBride, I Don’t Feel Like Loving You Today by Gretchen Wilson, Just Enough Love by Ray Price, and more.
Songs written by Dennis Morgan include Like Nothing Ever Happened by Sylvia, All Roads Lead To You by Steve Wariner, Years, I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool, Sleeping Single In A Double Bed, and There’s No Love In Tennessee by Barbara Mandrell, Smoky Mountain Rain and I Wouldn’t Have Missed It For The World by Ronnie Milsap, Roll On Mississippi by Charley Pride, Kansas City Lights by Steve Wariner, Nobody by Sylvia, Don’t Bother To Knock by Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius, and more.
Songs written by Hugh Prestwood include The Sound Of Goodbye by Crystal Gayle, Don’t Get Me Started by John Conlee, Hard Rock Bottom Of Your Heart by Randy Travis, Ghost In This House by Shenandoah, This Country’s Bigger Than Texas by Gene Watson, Only Water by Don Williams, Bing Bang Boom by Highway 101, Rain by Lee Greenwood, The Song Remembers When by Trisha Yearwood, The Snow White Rows Of Arlington by Sammy Kershaw, and more.
Songs written by Dickey Lee include She Thinks I Still Care by George Jones, The Door Is Always Open by Dave and Sugar, Let’s Fall To Pieces Together by George Strait, I’ve Been Around Enough To Know by John Schneider, The Keeper Of The Stars by Tracy Byrd, I Saw Linda Yesterday by Dickey Lee, I’ll Be Leaving Alone by Charley Pride, He Broke Your Memory Last Night by Reba McEntire, and more.
Mark D. Sanders:
Songs written by Mark D. Sanders include (This Aint) No Thinking Thing by Trace Adkins, Blue Clear Sky by George Strait, Daddy’s Money by Ricochet, Heads Carolina, Tails California by Jo Dee Messina, I’d Rather Ride Around With You and The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter by Rebe McEntire, They’re Playin’ Our Song by Neal McCoy, Whatcha Gonna Do With A Cowboy by Garth Brooks and Chris LeDoux, A Door by Aaron Tippin, Girls Ride Horses Too by Judy Rodman, I Hope You Dance by Lee Ann Womack, and more.
Songs written by Jim Weatherly include All That Keeps Me Going and Colorado Snow by Ray Price, Another Dawn Breaking Over Georgia by David Frizzell and Shelly West, Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me by BJ Thomas, I’d Love To Change Your Name by Kenny Chesney, Love Things by Dan Seals, Where Do I Put Her Memory by Charley Pride, Same River, Different Bridge by Lee Greenwood, Midnight Train To Georgia by Glayds Knight and the Pips, and more.
Songs written by Don Wayne include Saginaw, Michigan by Lefty Frizzell, Country Bumpkin and It’s Time To Pay The Fiddler by Cal Smith, Nashville by David Houston, If Teardrops Were Silver by Jean Shepard, Hank by Hank Williams Junior, Belles of Southern Bell by Del Reeves, and more.
Songs written by Mike Reid include Stranger In My House, and Lost In The Fifties Tonight by Ronnie Milsap, Lonely People by Lee Greenwood, Love Without Mercy by the Oak Ridge Boys, Born To Be Blue by The Judds, Forever’s As Far As I’ll Go by Alabama, I Don’t Go Back Anymore by George Jones, She’s In Love by Conway Twitty, In Tears by Lorrie Morgan, Some Kind Of Trouble by Tanya Tucker, Everywhere by Tim McGraw, Learning To Live With Love Again by Wynonna, All That You Could Be by Kenny Rogers, and more.
This Article was compiled from several websites that provide much more information about these Songwriters including: