D. Vincent Williams
The unsung heroes of the Nashville music scene, songwriters seldom command the spotlight that performing artists do, but hit-maker D. Vincent Williams is a worthy exception to the rule. With undeniable talent as a gifted--and chart-topping--songwriter, backed by years of performing experience, this hit-maker is ready to take center stage.
In 1999, Williams wrote “Hands of a Working Man” by Ty Herndon which reached #3 on the charts. In 2002, Williams followed up with the Rascal Flatts' blockbuster, “I’m Movin’ On,” the 2003 Academy of Country Music Awards' Song of the Year. He earned a #1 with “Just Got Started Lovin’ You,” recorded by James Otto in 2008.
Williams has landed cuts on albums that have sold more than 15 million copies, recorded by esteemed artists including Kenny Rogers, Randy Travis, Reba McEntire, Ronnie Milsap, Jason Aldean, and Lee Ann Womack.