As well as being what some have called one of the most expressive and talented artists in the business, Skip Ewing is certainly at the top of the music industry's list of respected and successful songwriters. His songs have appeared on nearly 300 recordings by major artists, and helped to garner the sale of more than 75 million albums.

As a recording artist, Skip's eight solo albums have yielded six hit singles including: "It's You Again," "The Gospel According to Luke," "The Coast of Colorado," "Burnin' a Hole in My Heart," "Your Memory Wins Again," and "It Wasn't His Child." In the late 80s, Skip was voted Best New Artist by R&R and toured extensively with major acts such as: Kenny Rogers, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Alabama, George Jones, Conway Twitty,Tanya Tucker, Randy Travis, Willie Nelson and Reba McEntire.

“The Hits - Vol. 1” showcases Skip’s remarkable presence as an artist as well as the beauty and vulnerability of his master story-telling and performance ability. The 12 featured songs include hits such as “Someone Else’s Star,” “The Gospel According to Luke,” and “Love Me” and debuts 2 fantastic new tracks, the heartfelt “I’m In” and hauntingly honest rendition of “The Way I Am.” 

As a lyricist and composer, Skip Ewing has been the recipient of music's top honors, including awards for: BMI Writer of the Year, Song of the Year, 13 BMI Million-Air Awards, The CMA Triple Play Award (three #1 songs within 12 months), a GRAMMY Nomination, a TONY nomination, 25 top ten singles and eleven number 1's, including "i Believe" (Diamond Rio), "You Had Me From Hello" (Kenny Chesney), "Something That We Do" (Clint Black), "Love, Me" (Collin Raye) and "Rebecca Lynn" (Bryan White). The most recent of his cuts, "Every Other Weekend," was a Reba McEntire single release from the “Duets” album nominated for CMA Vocal Event of the Year. 

Skip can add philanthropist to his artist/writer acclaim as well. He recently initiated a scholarship program for up-and-coming writers. Horse & Writer Invitational, is a week long intensive education and mentoring program that enables students from around the world to learn from Nashville’s greatest hit-makers. Skip was able to award 19 writers nearly $50,000 in scholarships for the 2008 season and looks forward to an even more successful 2009 program.

Skip is currently working with Nashville’s finest studio musicians and engineers completing the second and third installments of “The Hits Vol.’s 1, 2 and 3”, featuring 30 of his biggest songs, and several new sure-to-be “classic” masterpieces!

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Skip Ewing
300 major artist recording
75 million albums
Eleven #1 Records
27 Hit Singles
BMI Writer of the Year
12 BMI Million-Air Awards
GRAMMY nominations
TONY Nomination
CMA (Triple Play Award)http://www.skipewing.comshapeimage_4_link_0

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