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“I cannot say enough about the songwriters shows that we have done, and the work of Rob Crosby. Southern Living has had a need to find a unique way to entertain clients and Rob has been our go-to guy. Rob and his friends have set the stage in some unique venues and absolutely dazzled our clients. The performances are intimate, personal and riveting, and by the end of the night you have a group of people feeling like family.”
Rich Smyth, VP Publisher, Southern Living Magazine

“Dear Rob, Congratulations on finding such a unique outlet to showcase your unique talent. If you ever need a reference for a potential customer, do not hesitate to share my contact info.”
Susan Chumley, Special Events Director, Fairfield Resorts

 

“If you have never experienced Rob Crosby's Songwriters Show, then this is something you must see. I’ve planned hundreds of events and nothing compares to this glimpse inside songwriting. If you want one-of-a-kind entertainment, this is it.”
Kristen Payne, Manager, Southern Living Builder Program

The Nashville tradition of singer-songwriters trading songs and the stories behind them has captivated listeners in cozy music city nightclubs for decades. Rob and his hit-maker friends can bring this experience to your town - to your event.

Rob Crosby began his musical career in his home state of South Carolina and built a regional following. After moving to Nashville he achieved national success by writing a #1 song for Lee Greenwood, “Holding a Good Hand”. He was signed by Arista Records and his first three singles reached #7, #8, and #11 on the country charts. One of those songs, “She's a Natural" was later recorded by the legendary Don Williams. Rob went on to chart 8 songs in the national top 40 as a recording artist. As a songwriter he wrote the #1 for Andy Griggs, “She's More", the #5 “Concrete Angel" for Martina Mcbride, the #1 “Friday Night" for Eric Paslay, and #1 hits in Europe for Ilse De Lange and the Common Linnets. His songs have been recorded by Luke Combs, Lady Antebellum, Brooks and Dunn, Restless Heart, Blackhawk, Lee Brice, Carl Perkins, The Wilkinsons, Boy Howdy, Whispering Bill Anderson, The Oak Ridge Boys, Tracy Lawrence, Craig Morgan, Ty Herndon and many others.


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