Songwriter, Producer
Place of Birth: Town Creek, Alabama

Raised in North Alabama, Brad Crisler began his career in Nashville in 1996.

In1997 he had chart topping success with the hit "Whatever Comes First" recorded by Sons of The Desert. This song earned him the ASCAP "Most Performed Country Song" in 1997.

Brad penned singles for The Wilkinsons and Tim McGraw's "Some Things Never Change". He garnered cuts on the 4x Platinum Kenny Chesney album, "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem, and Rascal Flatts Double Platinum album, "Melt" and their quadruple Platinum album, "Feels Like Today".

In 2003, Brad had the singles, "I Can't Be Your Friend" recorded by Rushlow and "Sweet Southern Comfort" recorded by Buddy Jewel which won an ASCAP Award as one of the 10 most performed songs in 2004.

In 2006, Brad had a huge hit with "Hillbilly Deluxe" with Brooks and Dunn and again recieved ASCAPS "Most Performed Song" award in 2007.

In 2008-09, Brad worked on a series of worldwide productions including the two "Vampire" singles for the rock band "Saving Jane" and produced production library albums for S1 London/Fantasy Music, partial albums for James LeBlanc and Angelia Hacker for Rick Hall's FAME label.

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

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