DAVE GIBSON

Dave Gibson has been a professional singer/songwriter in Nashville since 1982 and was born with a song (or two) in his heart. Dave charted his first ever hit in 1983, scoring the title track to Steve Wariner’s ‘Midnight Fire’. Among Dave’s most notable compositions are the emotionally charged Ships that Don’t Come In, recorded by Joe Diffie, and Jukebox in my Mind by Alabama which stayed at #1 on the billboard country charts four weeks in a row becoming the group’s biggest radio hit.Other country greats like Tanya Tucker, Reba McEntire, Marie Osmond, Randy Travis and Ronnie Milsap have sung Dave’s classic songs. When Dave was lead singer of the Gibson/Miller Band, his group earned an Academy of Country Music Award for Top New Vocal Duo or Group. These songs and many others have not only topped the charts but also struck a chord with listeners, evoking deep emotions and leaving an enduring impact for generations to come. His contributions to country music have left an indelible legacy and influenced countless aspiring songwriters all through ‘the power of a song’.

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