If you know country music, you know Bobby Braddock. Even if you don't know his name, you know the man's work. "He Stopped Loving Her Today." "D-I-V-O-R-C-E." "Golden Ring." "Time Marches On." "I Wanna Talk About Me." "People Are Crazy." These songs and numerous other chart-topping hits sprang from the mind of Bobby Braddock. A working songwriter and musician, Braddock has prowled the streets of Nashville's legendary Music Row since the mid-1960s, plying his trade and selling his songs. These decades of writing songs for legendary singers like George Jones, Tammy Wynette, and Toby Keith are recounted in "Bobby Braddock: A Life on Nashville s Music Row," providing the reader with a stunning look at the beating heart of Nashville country music that cannot be matched.
If you're looking for insight into Nashville, the life of music in this town, and the story of a force of nature on the Row to this day, "Bobby Braddock" will take you there."
Vanderbilt University Press
A Life on Nashville's Music Row