Roger Murrah has enjoyed an incredible career as a country music songwriter and with passion for the craft has dedicated his time and talent into creating a Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame. Beginning in the 1960s, Roger performed and wrote music in Nashville. His string of hit songs includes Conway Twitty’s “A Bridge That Just Won’t Burn,” the 1981 cross-over hit “We’re In this Love Together” recorded by Al Jarreau and “Don’t Rock The Jukebox,” recorded and co-written by Alan Jackson. Roger served two consecutive terms as president of the Nashville Songwriters Association International and was elected chairman of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Foundation.
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