Zach Crowell

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Zach Crowell
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Background information
Born Nashville, Tennessee
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Songwriter
  • Record Producer
Associated acts

Zach Crowell is a Grammy Award-winning songwriter and record producer, who was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. Crowell is involved in a joint publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music, Combustion Music and Taperoom Music.[1]

In 2012, he co-wrote and produced the song "Confe$$ions" on the Grammy Award-winning sixth studio album, Gravity by rapper Lecrae.[2][3]

In 2013, Crowell co-wrote and produced the song "Strong" for singer Will Hoge, which was featured as the theme song for a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado advertising campaign.[4] Crowell has also written and/or produced multiple number one songs including "Take Your Time", "House Party", and "Leave the Night On" for Sam Hunt, and "Where It's At (Yep, Yep)" and "Hell of a Night" for Dustin Lynch. Additionally, Crowell co-wrote and produced the song "Cop Car" by Keith Urban along with having songs recorded by Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line and Cole Swindell.

In 2015, Crowell co-wrote and/or produced multiple number one songs for county music star Carrie Underwood's fifth studio album, Storyteller, including the songs "Heartbeat", "Church Bells", and "Dirty Laundry".

Crowell produced and co-wrote the 2017 song "Body Like a Back Road" for singer Sam Hunt. The song set the all time record at 34 weeks for the most time spent at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

Selected Discography[edit]

Year Artist Album Song Writer / Producer
2017 Dustin Lynch Current Mood "Small Town Boy" Producer
"New Girl" Writer / Producer
"Here We Come" Writer / Producer
Brett Young Brett Young "Making Me Say" Writer
Sam Hunt TBD "Body Like a Back Road" Writer / Producer
Sam Hunt TBD "Drinkin' Too Much" Writer / Producer
2016 Florida Georgia Line Dig Your Roots "Good Girl, Bad Boy" Writer
Blake Shelton If I'm Honest "You Can't Make This Up" Writer
Cole Swindell You Should Be Here "Middle of a Memory" Writer
Martina McBride Reckless "Reckless" Writer
Joe My Name Is Joe Thomas "Hollow" Writer / Producer
2015 Sam Hunt Between the Pines Between the Pines Writer / Producer
Carrie Underwood Storyteller "Heartbeat" Writer / Producer
"Church Bells" Writer
"Dirty Laundry" Writer
"Relapse" Producer
Michael Ray Michael Ray "Everything In Between" Writer
Easton Corbin About to Get Real "Guys and Girls" Writer
Billy Currington Summer Forever "Do I Make You Wanna" Writer
Brett Kissel Pick Me Up "Airwaves" Writer
Luke Bryan Spring Break...Checkin' Out "Spring Breakdown" Writer
2014 Cole Swindell Down Home Sessions "Kiss" Writer
Sam Hunt Montevallo "Take Your Time" Producer
"Leave the Night On" Producer
"House Party" Writer / Producer
"Break Up in a Small Town" Writer / Producer
"Single for the Summer" Writer / Producer
"Ex to See" Producer
"Make You Miss Me" Producer
"Cop Car" Writer / Producer
"Raised on It" Writer / Producer
"Speakers" Producer
Chase Rice Ignite the Night "What's Your Name" Writer
"U Turn" Writer
Dustin Lynch Where It's At "Where It's At (Yep, Yep)" Writer
"Hell of a Night" Writer
"To the Sky" Writer
"Middle of Nowhere" Writer
Lindsay Ell TBD "Shut Me Up" Writer
Colt Ford Thanks for Listening "The High Life"
(featuring Chase Rice)
Writer
2013 Keith Urban Fuse "Cop Car" Writer / Producer
Dierks Bentley Riser "Sounds of Summer" Writer
Jake Owen Days of Gold "Good Timing" Writer
Scotty McCreery See You Tonight "See You Tonight" Writer
"Can You Feel It" Writer
Will Hoge Never Give In "Strong" Writer / Producer
2012 Lecrae Gravity "Confe$$ions" Writer / Producer

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Warner/Chappell Music - Featured Writers". Archived from the original on October 17, 2013. Retrieved October 17, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Lecrae’s Biggest Grammy Win? Getting His Calls Returned Now". MTV News. Retrieved 15 February 2015. 
  3. ^ "AllHipHop » ALBUM STREAM: Lecrae Releases His Long-Awaited "Gravity"". AllHipHop. Retrieved 15 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "Will Hoge’s ‘Strong’ fuels new Chevrolet ad campaign". Blogs.tennessean.com. Retrieved 15 February 2015.