Award-Winning Songwriter

Rob HatcH

Award-Winning Songwriter

Rob Hatch

Rob Hatch, from Cross City, Florida, moved to Nashville in 2001. He achieved his first #1 song, “If Heaven Wasn’t So far Away” recorded by Justin Moore in 2008. In 2014, Hatch would be named as the SESAC Songwriter of the year fueled by his 2 number 1 songs, “Goodnight Kiss” by Randy Houser and “I Don’t Dance” by Lee Brice which was awarded the 2014 ACM’s Single Of The Year and has since went double platinum.

In 2020 Hatch co-founded Pump House Records with longtime friend Lee Brice and Elisha Hoffman.

Hatch was also named SESAC Songwriter of the Year in 2014

Cuts on:

Lee Brice : “I Don’t Dance”, “Friends We Wont Forget”, “Beautiful Everytime”, “Sirens”, “Don’t Get No Better Than This”, “When the Whisky Used To Burn”, “Songs In The Kitchen”

Justin Moore : “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away”

Jamey Johnson : “The Last Cowboy”, “My Saving Grace”, “Keeping up with the Jonesin”

Jerrod Niemann : “Shining on Me”, “It Don’t Matter Anymore”, and “Beach Baby”

Randy Houser :“Goodnight Kiss”, “Top of The World”, “Senior Year”, “Fired Up” and “True”

Luke Bryan : “Sunburnt Lips”

Craig Campbell : Chillaxin” and “Make You Wanna Sing”

Joe Nichols : “Hard To Be Cool”

Faith Hill : “Boy”

Gretchen Wilson : “Summertime Town”, “Stacy”, “Hard Earned Money”

Florida Georgia Line/Jason Aldean  : “Can’t Hide Red”

Ronnie Dunn : “You Should See You Now”

and many more…

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