Terry McBride (musician)

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Terry McBride
Born(1958-09-16) September 16, 1958 (age 54)
OriginLampasas, Texas, USA
GenresCountry
OccupationsSinger-songwriter
InstrumentsVocals
Bass guitar
Years active1989-present
LabelsMCA
Dualtone
Associated actsBrooks & Dunn
McBride & the Ride
 
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Terry McBride
Born(1958-09-16) September 16, 1958 (age 54)
OriginLampasas, Texas, USA
GenresCountry
OccupationsSinger-songwriter
InstrumentsVocals
Bass guitar
Years active1989-present
LabelsMCA
Dualtone
Associated actsBrooks & Dunn
McBride & the Ride

Terry McBride (born September 16, 1958 in Austin, Texas[1]) is an American country music artist. Between 1989 and 1994, and again from 2000 to 2002, McBride was the lead vocalist and bass guitarist in the band McBride & the Ride, a country music group which recorded six studio albums and charted more than ten singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. He is also the son of 1970s country singer Dale McBride.[2]

After McBride & the Ride disbanded in 1994, he found work as a songwriter, with country duo Brooks & Dunn recording more than twenty of his songs.[3] This figure includes the Number One hits "If You See Him/If You See Her" (recorded with Reba McEntire,) and "Play Something Country". In addition, McBride co-wrote Josh Gracin's 2005 single "Stay with Me (Brass Bed)".[2] For his contributions as a songwriter, McBride has won 12 awards from Broadcast Music Incorporated.[2]

McBride also co-wrote Reba McEntire's 2010 single "I Keep On Loving You", Casey James' 2011 single "Let's Don't Call It a Night" and several tracks on former Brooks & Dunn member Ronnie Dunn's debut album.

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