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Rob Hatch

Rob Hatch

Rob Hatch moved to Nashville in 2001 to follow his dreams of becoming a songwriter.  Since then, Rob has had cuts with the likes of Lee Brice, the #1 smash, “I Don’t Dance”, “Beautiful Everytime”, “Friends We Wont Forget”, “Sirens”, and “Don’t Get No Better Than This”; Jerrod Niemann: “Shining on Me”, “It Don’t Matter Anymore”, and “Beach Baby”; Randy Houser’s #1 hit “Goodnight Kiss” and “Top of The World”; Luke Bryan “Sunburnt Lips”; Faith Hill’s“Boy”, Craig Campbell “Chillaxin” and “Make You Wanna Sing”; and Joe Nichols “Hard To Be Cool” to name a few. In 2014, Hatch capped off a great year by being named Songwriter of the Year at the SESAC Nashville Music Awards.