Wayne Kirkpatrick

Wayne Kirkpatrick

Grammy Award winning songwriter of “Change the World” by Eric Clapton (Song of the Year). Other Top Ten singles include “Every Heartbeat,” “Good For Me” (Amy Grant); “Wrapped Up In You” (Garth Brooks); “Place In This World” (Michael W. Smith); “My, Oh, My” (The Wreckers); writer and producer of three albums by Little Big Town, including hits “Boondock,” “Bring It On Home,” “A Little More You” and “Little White Church;” musician and music Director for Amy Grant's House of Love international tour. He has written in pop, rock, country, R&B, Americana and alternative formats, having songs recorded by Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Wynonna Judd, Joe Cocker, Gabe Dixon, George Strait, Mindy Smith, Trisha Yearwood, Babyface, Peter Frampton and songs on the last three Bonnie Raitt albums which yielded the singles “I Can’t Help You Now,” “I Will Not Be Broken” and “Take My Love With You.” His songs have been featured in films such as Almost Famous (“You Had to Be There,” “Hour of Need”) and Tin Cup (“It Don’t Matter to the Sun”) as well as television shows such as “Gray's Anatomy,” “Hart of Dixie” and “Nashville” as well as the national Dr. Pepper jingle, “Be You, Do What You Do,” performed by Garth Brooks. Something Rotten! is his first foray into musical theater.

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