PRO SONGWRITER - Ben Glover

Event Date: 
Fri, 10/30/2020 - 5:00pm
Registration Opens: 
Mon, 10/12/2020
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Event Description: 

**This Online Song Feedback will be reserved for Christian Music Only. Please only submit songs that fall within the Christian, Gospel, or CCM categories.**

Ben Glover is a Grammy award-winning songwriter and producer hailing from Loveland, Colorado, a small city on the edge of the Rocky Mountains. Glover moved to Nashville in 2000 after signing his first deal the year prior. Originally getting his start as an artist, Glover spent the early part of his career touring, but quickly discovered he preferred the lights of a studio to the ones on a stage so he chose to get off the road and focus his attention on the craft of writing and producing songs. The results of that decision proved successful as he has penned over thirty-five #1 hits in multiple genres of music and was named ASCAP’s Christian songwriter of the year in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2016. Glover wrote the hit country songs, "Hard to Love" by Lee Brice and "Love Don't Run" by Steve Holy along with numerous hits in Christian music including “Even If” and “Flawless” by MercyMe, “Come as You Are” by Crowder, and Mandisa’s songs ”Stronger" and “Overcomer,” the latter of which won a Grammy award. The eight-time Grammy nominee has also won multiple Dove Awards and has been a recipient of the NSAI “Top 10 songs I wished I’d Written Award”. Along with his credits as a songwriter, Glover has also achieved notable success as a producer for his work with the artists MercyMe, for King & Country, Michael W. Smith, and new artist Riley Clemmons. Other songs Glover has written include “Shoulders” by for King & Country, and the Grammy-nominated song “Write Your Story” by Francesca Battistelli. Glover has had over 400 songs recorded in multiple genres of music by artists such as NF, Chris Tomlin, MercyMe, Crowder, Trace Adkins, Gloriana, Thompson Square, The Backstreet Boys, Amy Grant & James Taylor, Marc Broussard, Clay Walker, Joy Williams, Brandon Heath, Josh Wilson, The Afters, Colton Dixon, Newsboys, Kari Jobe, and many others.