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Hot! Gary Baker & Frank Myers

Nashville-based writer/producer Frank Myers is known for writing many country, pop and AC hits for over 30 years. Starting with the #1 hit “You And I” (recorded by Eddie Rabbitt & Crystal Gayle in 1982), he has written or co-written 14 Billboard Top 10 country hits, several which reached #1 and subsequently crossed over to become pop and AC hits. Myers has written multiple hits for Lonestar (“My Front Porch Looking In,” “I’m Already There”), Alabama (“Once Upon A Lifetime,” “T.L.C.A.S.A.P”) and Eddy Raven (“Sometimes A Lady,” “You’re Never Too Old For Young Love,” “You Should’ve Been Gone By Now,” “Bayou Boys,” “I Got Mexico”). He has also written hits for Reba McEntire (“One Honest Heart”), Doug Stone (“Come In Out Of The Pain”) and Tanya Tucker (“Changes”). However, Myers is probably best known for co-writing (with fellow songwriter Gary Baker) one of the biggest hits of the past two decades, “I Swear.” This song was first recorded by John Michael Montgomery, and it stayed at #1 on the country chart for an impressive four weeks. And in the midst of this success the unexpected happened – it was covered by pop/R&B group All-4-One and became a massive pop hit, staying at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a near-record 11 weeks.

A native of Niagara Falls, NY, Gary Baker launched his recording career with Muscle Shoals’ famed LeBlanc and Carr band, performing on their Top 10 hit “Falling.” He wrote and recorded with artists ranging from Mac Davis to Marie Osmond before becoming a member of Muscle Shoals’ hit country act, The Shooters. Alabama’s chart-topping “Once Upon a Lifetime” marked his first No. 1 hit as a songwriter. Since the success of “I Swear,” Baker has been honored by the Country Radio Music Awards, the Country Music Awards, the Academy of Country Music Awards, American Songwriter Magazine, the American Music Awards, NSAI, ASCAP and the Alabama Music Hall of Fame. His versatility in pop and country has enabled him to work with pop superstars as well as country favorites like Lonestar, Reba McEntire and LeAnn Rimes.


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