Bob DiPiero is one of Nashville's most consistent and prolific writers of hits, and he remains at the top of his profession more than two decades after hitting #1 on the charts for the first time in 1983. The reason is a pure love of the creative process.
He is just as passionate about that point at which song, performance and audience intersect.
DiPiero's list of songs cuts a varied and impressive swath through modern country and speaks volumes about his versatility and vision. Although his first cut, Reba McEntire's "I Can See Forever In Your Eyes," climbed into the country Top 20, the Oak Ridge Boys' "American Made" put his name on the music map. The song won numerous awards and was used in major ad campaigns for Miller Beer and the Baby Ruth candy bar. Through the years, DiPiero has given the industry some of its most memorable moments, crafting 14 No. 1 hits recorded by country music giants including Montgomery Gentry ("If You Ever Stop Loving Me"), Vince Gill ("Worlds Apart"), Reba McEntire ("Little Rock" and "Till You Love Me"), Shenandoah ("The Church On Cumberland Road"), Ricochet ("Daddy's Money"), Faith Hill ("Take Me As I Am") and George Strait ("Blue Clear Sky").
DiPiero has received many awards for his contributions to country music, including three dozen BMI Country and Million-Air honors; CMA's Triple Play Award in 1995 for "Wink" (Neal McCoy), "Take Me As I Am" (Faith Hill) and "Till You Love Me" (Reba McEntire). In January 1998, he was named "Songwriter of the Year" at the Nashville Music Awards, and in 2000, he was named "Songwriter of the Year" by Sony/ATV, Nashville.
Discover now the singer and musician through his new release called "American Made" and enjoy the songs from one of the most prolific songwritter of the Country music scene.