2002 Grammy, CMA, and ACM nominee Bobby Tomberlin hails from Luverne, AL. At 12 years of age he began working in country radio and began to develop a love for its music. In 1990 Bobby moved to Nashville to focus on a career as a writer and has had great success including singles by Daryl Worley, Chely Wright, Diamond Rio, Ty Herndon, and Lee Greenwood. Bobby’s songs have received 5 BMI awards and he wrote the #1 single and CMA, ACM, and Grammy nominated “One More Day” and also co-authored the inspirational book by the same name.
Other artists whom have cut his songs include Faith Hill, Terri Clark, Barbra Streisand, Blake Shelton, Loretta Lynn, Kenny Rogers, Joe Diffie, Eddy Arnold, Billy Dean, Little Jimmy Dickens, Rodney Atkins, Josh Turner, Joe Nichols, Thompson Square and the Oak Ridge Boys.
Bobby Tomberlin works with such diverse writers as Mac Davis, Rivers Rutherford, Steve Dorff, Bill Anderson, Paul Overstreet, Steven Dale Jones, Phil Everly, Steve Wariner and Marv Green.