Nashville Songwriter Takes ‘Road’ to Grammys

Posted in News on February 15, 2006
BMI Nashville-based songwriter Bobby Boyd, who stopped by the Los Angeles office for a visit during Grammy week, was congratulated by BMI staff on his nomination and ultimate win at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards held February 8. Boyd is co-writer of the Rascal Flatts #1 "Bless the Broken Road," which was named Best Country Song. The country hit was also nominated for Song of the Year.

Shown at BMI LA's office are (l-r): BMI's Phil Graham, Barbara Cane and Del Bryant, Grammy Award-winning songwriter Bobby Boyd, BMI's Paige Sober, and BMI songwriter and publisher Mike Sheahan. Photo by Ellen Ratner

"Bless the Broken Road" was written in 1993 and recorded three times prior to the Flatts: by co-writer Marcus Hummon on his 1995 Sony album, All in Good Time; by Melodie Crittenden, who released it as a single and music video on Asylum Records in 1997; and by Christian group Geoff Moore & the Distance.


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