TOPIC: Rehearsing Your History
Tom Douglas is a Grammy, Oscar, and Golden Globe nominated songwriter inducted into the Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame in 2014. After enjoying a 13-year career in commercial real estate, Douglas emerged in the country music world at the age of 41 following the success of his first co-written single. “Little Rock”, recorded by Collin Raye, reached #1 and earned a nomination for CMA Song of the Year. Since then, Douglas has written numerous number one hits, including: “I Run to You” (Lady Antebellum), “Southern Voice” (Tim McGraw) and “The House That Built Me” (Miranda Lambert). The Grammy Award-winning song “The House That Built Me” remained at number one on the Billboard charts for four weeks and earned ACM’s first ever Song of the Decade award. Douglas’ recent work includes “Drunk Girl” recorded by Chris Janson, which received the 2018 MusicRow Award for Song Of The Year. Douglas is currently signed to Sony/ATV Music Publishing, and lives in Nashville with his wife, Katie.