An Alabama native, Bobby serves on the Legislative Committee and is NSAI’s liaison to the California Songwriters Association. Bobby began working locally in Country radio at age 12 before moving to Nashville in 1990 to focus on a songwriting career. Since then, his credits include Diamond Rio’s “One More Day” and Darryl Worley’s “A Good Day To Run,” as well as cuts by Faith Hill, Terri Clark, Chely Wright, Kenny Rogers, Joe Nichols, Josh Turner, Rodney Atkins, Russ Taff, Ty Herndon, Lee Greenwood, Eddy Arnold, the Oak Ridge Boys, Porter Wagoner and many others. In 2002, “One More Day” was nominated for Grammy, CMA and ACM awards and spawned an inspirational book by the same name. Bobby also does voiceover work, and his voice can be heard on recent DVD projects for Michael McDonald, Peter Frampton, Trace Adkins and the B52s.