Songwriter Kim Tribble passed away last night (Aug. 25) after a battle with Lewy Body Syndrome.
The songwriter was born in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and became an active writer in Nashville in the ’90s.
Among Tribble’s hits are “Guys Do It All the Time” (Mindy McCready), “I Can Still Feel You” (Collin Raye) “A Feelin’ Like That” (Gary Allan), and “One in Every Crowd” (Montgomery Gentry). Tribble also wrote songs with and for Shania Twain, Aaron Tippin, Martina McBride, Jason Aldean, and more. He was a frequent collaborator of David Lee Murphy, having written songs on all of his albums.
Tribble was a SESAC writer, and was honored by the PRO in 2013 for his hit with Chris Cagle’s, “Let There Be Cowgirls.”
Tribble is survived by his wife Patti, daughter Samantha and two granddaughters. An outpouring of tributes to the songwriter on social media remember Tribble’s humor and laugh.
Memorial details have not yet been announced.
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