Songwriter Session: Adam Wright

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March 21, 2015 - Adam Wright wrote the Grammy-nominated song “So You Don’t Have to Love Me Anymore” for his uncle Alan Jackson, as well as the Jackson-recorded songs “Ain’t Got Trouble Now,” “If Love Was a River,” “Knew All Along,” and Taillights Blue.” Wright’s many writing credits include “No Truck, No Boat, No Girl” (Joe Nichols); “The Way I’m Livin’” (Lee Ann Womack); “Wrong About You” (Garth Brooks); “You’re the Kind of Trouble” (Solomon Burke); and songs for the Wrights, Adam’s duo with wife Shannon, who have four albums.

Presented in support of the exhibit Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin’ It Country.


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