Bob Regan is a Grammy and Dove Award nominated songwriter based in Nashville. Bob has had more than 200 songs recorded by such contemporary artists as Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, and Rodney Atkins as well as legendary artists ranging from Don Williams to Hank Williams Jr. to Andy Williams, from Kenny Rogers to cowboy legend Roy Rogers.
In 2009, Bob’s song “Dig Two Graves,” by Randy Travis, was nominated for a Grammy for Best Country Song. His hits include “Your Everything” by Keith Urban, “Thinking About You” by Trisha Yearwood, “Busy Man” by Billy Ray Cyrus, “Something About a Woman” by Jake Owen, “Running Out of Reasons to Run” by Rick Trevino, “Soon” by Tanya Tucker, and many others, garnering him 11 ASCAP most performed awards.
Bob has been an artist on Curb Records, a studio guitarist, a guitarist on the Grand Old Opry, as well as an adjunct professor of songwriting at Belmont University. Bob also was a three-term president of the board of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, during which time he helped pass the Songwriters Capital Gains Tax Equity Bill into law. Bob recently founded Operation Song, a program to introduce songwriting as a therapy to veterans and active duty military. Bob resides in Tennessee and writes for Hori Pro Music Publishing.