Rob Harris has written songs for some of the biggest names in music. They just don’t know it yet.
He is a Nashville-based Singer/Songwriter whose latest release, “Winnebago”, was produced by Michael Farren (Pocket Full of Rocks) for Wayne Manor Records and includes nine original songs.
He arranged an acoustic waltz version of the rock anthem, “Free Bird”, with the ACM Award-winning country duo, Joey+Rory, which appeared on their debut CD. For two years, he played guitar for Joey Feek. He has held publishing deals with Identical Entertainment, The Heard Music Group and Rescued Music.
He has been a writer on two Top-10 singles and his song “Greasy John Deere Cap” (from the Tim Hicks CD, “Throw Down”), was certified GOLD in August 2017.
Other artists who have recorded Rob’s songs include: The Lovelocks, Ivan Parker, Back Home, Karen Peck, Marcia Ramirez, Tonja Rose, Brittany Brodie and a variety of indie artists. Garth Brooks describes Rob’s song, “How to Bend” as, “…a beautiful sentiment, a timeless message and a great song.”
His music is family friendly, filled with real life and sprinkled with humor. He performs concerts throughout the US, has opened shows for Grammy® Award-winning and Dove Award-winning artists and is a frequent performer at Nashville-area songwriter venues such as Puckett’s Grocery and the world famous, Bluebird Café. Rob also has over thirty years experience leading worship at churches and events around the country. He serves as a faculty member/mentor for Songwriting University
While he is a songwriter at heart, he also enjoys playing great cover songs. If you hear him at a restaurant or house concert, you may hear him perform songs by artists such as James Taylor, Jackson Browne, The Beatles, KISS, Foreigner, Johnny Cash, U2, Paul McCartney and Wings, Billy Joel, Keith Urban, Bruce Hornsby, Foo Fighters, Jim Croce, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, Matt Nathanson, Richard Marx, John Mayer, The Eagles, Journey, Paul Simon, John Denver, Whitney Houston, Tom Petty, Bryan Adams, Dave Mason, Bob Seger, Train, The Monkees, Sting, etc.