CMA, ACM and Grammy-nominated songwriter Bobby Tomberlin has extended his contract with Curb | Word Music, marking his 27th year with the company.
Tomberlin has had over 100 of his songs recorded by the likes of Blake Shelton, Dolly Parton, Faith Hill, Kenny Rogers, Josh Turner, Dylan Scott, Rodney Atkins, Joe Nichols and the Oak Ridge Boys. He was also a co-writer on the Willie Nelson and Barbra Streisand single, “I’d Want It To Be You.”
Tomberlin was recently presented with a BMI Five Million Airplay Award for his song “One More Day,” recorded by Diamond Rio, and a One Million Airplay Award for “A Good Day To Run,” recorded by Darryl Worley.
“I’m so thankful to Mike Curb for giving me a chance to make my dreams come true. He has been so loyal, and it’s such a blessing to have a team like Ciara, Colt and Jonathan to work with,” says Tomberlin.
“Bobby Tomberlin is such a rare true talent, a wonderful human, and a pure joy to work with. He has created such a rich and diverse legacy of music in our catalog across these 27 years,” adds Ciara Shortridge, VP Country Publishing/A&R, Curb | Word. “With a deep connection to traditional country, his lyrical prowess brings a distinct timeless quality to every writing room he walks into, and his talents continue to evolve to fit the modern soundscape while staying true to those roots. I am proud to work with him, and can’t wait for what he will surprise us with next!”
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