Kent Robbins

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Kent Robbins
Birth nameKent Marshall Robbins[1]
Born(1947-04-23)April 23, 1947
OriginMayfield, Kentucky, USA
DiedDecember 27, 1997(1997-12-27) (aged 50)
GenresCountry
OccupationsSongwriter
Years active1974–1997
Associated actsBuzz Cason
Charley Pride
 
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Kent Robbins
Birth nameKent Marshall Robbins[1]
Born(1947-04-23)April 23, 1947
OriginMayfield, Kentucky, USA
DiedDecember 27, 1997(1997-12-27) (aged 50)
GenresCountry
OccupationsSongwriter
Years active1974–1997
Associated actsBuzz Cason
Charley Pride

Kent Marshall Robbins (April 23, 1947 – December 27, 1997) was an American country music songwriter.

Robbins was born in Mayfield, Kentucky. He began writing for Charley Pride's Pi-Gem music in 1974. Between then and his death, he wrote songs for several other country music artists. Among his compositions was "Love Is Alive" by The Judds, for which he received a Grammy Award nomination in 1985. Robbins also founded a publishing company in 1981 with songwriter Buzz Cason.[1]

Robbins died in an automobile accident outside Clanton, Alabama in 1997. One year after his death, he was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.[1][2]

Songwriting credits[edit]

Singles written or co-written by Robbins:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Kent Robbins". Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2008-06-27. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Lifelines - Deaths". Billboard. 1998-01-17.