‘There Goes My Life’ Goes #1

Posted in News on February 8, 2004

Wendell Mobley was the center of attention at BMI Nashville during a party celebrating the success of his second #1 hit, "There Goes My Life."  Co-written with Neil Thrasher, the song enjoyed seven weeks in the top spot and is the first single from Kenny Chesney's latest BNA Records album, When The Sun Goes Down.  Also honored were Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and co-producer Buddy Cannon.

There goes my life BMI #1: BMI's Perry Howard, BNA Records' Tom Baldrica, Chesney, Cannon, Mobley, Warner-Tamerlane Publishing's Dale Bobo and Thrasher.

Mobley previously scored a #1 hit with "How Forever Feels," another chart-topper for Chesney; other credits include the Rascal Flatts smash "I Melt" and Alabama's "We Can't Love Like This Anymore."

Philip White, Tom Fox

Buddy Cannon, Kenny Chesney, BMI's Harry Warner, Clint Higham, Danielle Lares

BMI's Bradley Collins, Lauren Lucas, Craig Wiseman, BMI's Perry Howard

Jackie McCall, Wendell Mobley, Lana & Neil Thrasher

Neil Thrasher, Whitney Williams, Shannon Brown, Wendell Mobley, Jason Sellers


photos by Alan Mayor


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