Kim Tribble

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Kim Tribble
Birth name Kim Chadwick Tribble[1]
Born Muscle Shoals, Alabama[2]
Origin Nashville, Tennessee
Genres Country
Occupations Songwriter
Years active 1993-present
Associated acts David Lee Murphy

Kim Chadwick Tribble (born in Muscle Shoals, Alabama) is an American country music songwriter.

Active since the mid-1990s, he has written for David Lee Murphy, Montgomery Gentry, Doug Stone, and others. Two songs written by Tribble, "Guys Do It All the Time" by Mindy McCready and "I Can Still Feel You" by Collin Raye, have made number 1 on the Hot Country Songs charts.[3] Tribble signed with SESAC in 2008.[4]

Tribble is a frequent collaborator of David Lee Murphy, having written songs on all of his albums.[5]

List of songs written by Kim Tribble[edit]

Year Single Title[3] Recording Artist Co-writer Chart Positions
Billboard Country
1993 "Drive Time" Lisa Stewart Annette Cotter 72
1994 "Addicted to a Dollar" Doug Stone Ray Hood, Doug Stone, Ray Maddox 4
"Just Once" David Lee Murphy David Lee Murphy 36
1995 "Out with a Bang" 13
1996 "In Your Face" Ty Herndon Annette Cotter 63
"Guys Do It All the Time" Mindy McCready Bobby Whiteside 1
1997 "Breakfast in Birmingham" David Lee Murphy David Lee Murphy 51
"The Kind of Heart That Breaks" Chris Cummings Chris Cummings, Phillip Douglas 50
1998 "For Lack of Better Words" Restless Heart Joie Scott 64
"I Can Still Feel You" Collin Raye Tammy Hyler 1
2001 "It's My Time" Martina McBride Tammy Hyler, Billy Crain 11
"People Like Us" Aaron Tippin David Lee Murphy 17
2002 "On a Mission" Trick Pony 19
2004 "Loco" David Lee Murphy 5
2005 "Shoes" Shania Twain Tammy Hyler, Joie Scott, Shania Twain, Robert John "Mutt" Lange 29
2007 "A Feelin' Like That" Gary Allan David Lee Murphy, Ira Dean 12
2009 "One in Every Crowd" Montgomery Gentry Eddie Montgomery, Ira Dean 5
"Long Line of Losers" Kevin Fowler 23
"Whistlin' Dixie" Randy Houser Randy Houser 31
2013 "Let There Be Cowgirls" Chris Cagle Chris Cagle 16

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tribble, Kim Chadwick". Broadcast Music Incorporated. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Kim Tribble". SESAC. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  3. ^ a b "Kim Tribble: Top Songs as Writer". musicvf.com. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  4. ^ "SESAC signs hit songwriter Kim Tribble". SESAC. 11 December 2008. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  5. ^ "Herrin's David Lee Murphy comes home with new CD". The Southern Illinoisan. 25 March 2004. Retrieved 17 July 2013.