DRIVER WILLIAMS

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Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Driver is a force to be reckoned with. Coming from a musical family, Driver is a hit songwriter by day and touring musician by night. For over a decade Driver has played lead guitar for Grammy award-winning country artist, Eric Church and continues to write songs every day he isn’t on the road. Driver is published by both River House Artists and Jody Williams Songs. Some of Driver’s released cuts as a songwriter include “Whiskey Me Away” [Jason Aldean], “Call Me Country” [Jon Pardi], “How It Comes Off” [Clare Dunn] “All The Beers” [Drew Parker], and “Miles On Main” [Riley Green], to name a few. He is best known for writing Eric Church’s 2010 hit single “Smoke A Little Smoke," as well as "Rock n Roll Found Me" off of Church's most recent album, Soul. In the writing room, Driver brings fresh ideas and an ability to connect with all artists, regardless of their musical style. When Driver isn't shredding guitar for Eric Church or writing monster hits, he's soaking up his time at home with his wife and two kids.
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