Wendell Mobley

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Wendell Mobley
Born Celina, Ohio, United States[1]
Origin Nashville, Tennessee
Years active 1994-present
Associated acts Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts

Wendell Mobley (born in Celina, Ohio) is an American country music songwriter. He has written number 1 hits for Rascal Flatts and Kenny Chesney.

He began playing in local bands before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, where he found a job playing guitar for Jack Greene and Alabama. After having his songs recorded by Joe Diffie and Kenny Rogers, he became a full-time songwriter.

Mobley's first cut as a single was Alabama's "We Can't Love Like This Anymore" in 1994. Among his cuts are the number 1 singles "How Forever Feels" and "There Goes My Life" by Kenny Chesney, "Fast Cars and Freedom", "Take Me There" and "Banjo" by Rascal Flatts and "How Country Feels" by Randy Houser.[2][1][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Wendell Mobley | MusicWorld". BMI.com. 2006-10-15. Retrieved 2013-08-10. 
  2. ^ "Wendell Mobley • Top Songs as Writer". Musicvf.com. Retrieved 2013-08-10. 
  3. ^ "News : HOT TALK: Kenny Chesney Hit Based on Fact". CMT. 2004-01-26. Retrieved 2013-08-10.