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How To Book JOHN RICH For Your Event!
may be available for your next special event!
Hits include: "Another You",
"Shuttin' Detroit Down",
"The Good Lord and
"Forever Loving You",
"Country Done Come To Town",
"I Pray For You",
"For The Kids",
"Shut Up About Politics",
"Earth to God", "Progress".
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John Rich (born January 7, 1974) is an American country music
singer-songwriter. From 1992 to 1998, he was a member of the country band
Lonestar, in which he played
bass guitar and alternated with Richie McDonald as lead vocalist. After
departing from the band in 1998, he embarked on a solo career on BNA Records in
the late 1990s, releasing two singles for the label and recording Underneath
the Same Moon, which was not released until 2006.
In 2001, he self-released, Rescue Me, an album he was inspired to record
by a cancer patient, named Katie Darnell. By 2003, he joined
Big Kenny to form the duo,
Big & Rich, who
released three albums on Warner Bros. Records as well as ten singles, including
the Number One, "Lost in This Moment".
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The duo recorded three studio albums for Warner Bros. Records: Horse of a
Different Color, Comin' to Your City and Between Raising Hell and Amazing
Grace, in 2004, 2005 and 2007 respectively. These albums accounted for ten
singles on the country charts, including the Number One, "Lost in This Moment".
John Rich also co-wrote all of the duo's singles, primarily with
Big Kenny. In the wake of
Big & Rich's success,
his 1999 solo album, Underneath the Same Moon, was issued via BNA,
coinciding with the release of
Big Kenny's previously unreleased solo album, Live a Little.
John Rich also has a co-write on
Taylor Swift's 2008
album, Fearless, titled "The Way I Loved You".
Rich also served as a judge on the 2008 version of Nashville Star on NBC
along with Jewel,
singer-songwriter Jeffrey Steele, and host
Billy Ray Cyrus.
In 2011, John Rich recorded a song with heavy metal band,
Society, entitled "Darkest Days", featured on their compilation album,
The Song Remains Not the Same.
In the summer of 2012, a fourth
Big & Rich studio album
was released, with the inspiring "That's Why I Pray" reaching No. 15 on the
During Big & Rich's
success, John Rich also worked as a songwriter and producer for other
artists. His work included production for
John Anderson. In
the same time span, he co-wrote multiple singles for other artists, including
the Number One hits "Redneck Woman" for
"Mississippi Girl" for Faith
Hill and "Why" for
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