Robert Lee Castleman

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Robert Lee Castleman is a Nashville singer and songwriter.

His debut album, "Crazy as Me" was released on Rounder Records in 2000.

He won a Grammy Award in 2002 in the Best Country Song category for writing "The Lucky One" performed by Alison Krauss & Union Station.[1][2]

Other songs he wrote have been recorded by, among others:

  • Alan Jackson ("The Firefly's Song", "Like Red on a Rose" (was nominated for Grammy Award in 2007 in the Best Country Song category), "Maybe I Should Stay Here", "Nobody Said That It Would Be Easy", "Where Do I Go from Here (A Trucker's Song)")
  • Alison Krauss & Union Station ("Doesn't Have To Be This Way", "Forget About It", "Gravity", "Let Me Touch You for Awhile", "Paper Airplane", "Restless", and "The Lucky One")
  • Chet Atkins ("Sneakin' Around", "Somebody Loves Me Now", "Take A Look At Her Now"
  • Jon Randall ("My Life")

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