• The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

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  • Gene Watson's Calendar

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  • Gene Watson at The Opry in Nashville

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Management


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P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

Bookings



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office: 615-368-7433
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Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2005, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of the Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Leslie Satcher, which she submitted to this site on Monday 21 November 2005.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Leslie Satcher who has made a special contribution to a unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.



Leslie Satcher
This quote was submitted on Monday 21 November 2005.

'Gene Watson is one of my country heroes.

 

I would have to say 'Farewell Party', which was written by Lawton Williams (Monday 24 July 1922 - Thursday 26 July 2007), is my favourite country song of all time.


If I were to stand on the moon and could have only one record to listen to, I would hope it would be a Gene Watson record.

I love him'.

Thank you, Leslie Satcher, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Leslie Satcher...



Leslie Satcher is a fifth generation Texan; she is the daughter of a strong hearted single mother and grand daughter of cotton sharecroppers and pioneers.

Born in 1962 where the Chisolm Trail and the Red River cross, Leslie Satcher grew up singing in the churches and schools of Paris, Texas along side her baby sister Jeannie Winn; Gene Watson was born in Palestine, Texas but his family eventually settled in Paris.

Leslie Satcher sang in local churches and schools - an experience which she lists as one of her biggest influences.

In 1989, during a short trip to Nashville, a friend prompted Leslie Satcher to record her voice over the tracks of country standards at The Barbara Mandrell Museum.

After several 'day jobs' in 'Music City', Leslie Satcher's talent as a songwriter was recognised by a friend from church, Guy Penrod of The Gaither Vocal Band, who encouraged her to show her work to friends Larry Strickland and Naomi Judd.

It was Naomi Judd who helped Leslie Satcher hone her skills into a more commercial form and then introduced her to guitarist Don Potter who was starting a new publishing company.  The company never came about, but the prospect of writing for a living blossomed for Leslie Satcher.

Following a Sunday night show at the world famous Bluebird Café, Leslie Satcher teamed with accomplished father and son songwriters Max D. Barnes (Friday 24 July 1936 - Sunday 11 January 2004) and Max T. Barnes.  A writing contract with the then new publishing company Island Bound Music ensued.

Leslie Satcher had moved to Nashville in order to pursue her dream of being a country music singer, but instead she found a niche writing the songs for which she is most well known, including many by notable country music artists, including Patty Loveless, Vince Gill, Reba McEntire, Joe Diffie, Sara Evans, Lee Ann Womack, Wade Hayes, Willie Nelson and Mindy McCready (Sunday 30 November 1975 - Sunday 17 February 2013).



Susie Luchsinger recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Call The Family Together' (co-written by Austin Cunningham) and included the track on 'Come As You Are' (Integrity Records, 1995).



James Bonamy recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Amy Jane' (co-written with Max T. Barnes) and included the track on 'What I Live To Do' (Epic Records, 1996).



Jo Dee Messina
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'He'd Never Seen Julie Cry' (co-written with Max T. Barnes) and included the track on 'Jo Dee Messina' (Curb Records, 1996).



John Wiggins & Audrey Wiggins recorded Leslie Satcher's 'I Can Sleep When I'm Dead' (co-written with Max T. Barnes) and included the track on 'The Dream' (Polygram Records, 1997).



Joe Diffie
 recorded Leslie Satcher's 'It's Hard To Be Me' (co-written with Max T. Barnes) and included the track on 'Twice Upon a Time' (Epic Records, 1997).



Joe Diffie
 recorded Leslie Satcher's 'One More Breath' and included the track on 'Twice Upon a Time' (Epic Records, 1997).



Sara Evans recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Unopened' and included the track on 'Three Chords & The Truth' (RCA Nashville Records, 1997).



Lee Ann Womack
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'A Man With 18 Wheels' (co-written with Bobby Carmichael) and included the track on 'Lee Ann Womack' (Decca Records, 1997).



Lee Ann Womack
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Make Memories With Me' (co-written with Danny Stegall) and included the track on 'Lee Ann Womack' (Decca Records, 1997); this track was a duet with Mark Chesnutt.

Backing vocalists involved in the recording of Lee Ann Womack's self-titled debut album, 'Lee Ann Womack' (Decca Records, 1997), included Liana Manis, Gene Miller, John Wesley Ryles, Leslie Satcher, Lisa Silver, Ricky Skaggs, Sharon White Skaggs, Bergen White and Curtis Young.



Mindy McCready (Sunday 30 November 1975 - Sunday 17 February 2013) recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Fine Art of Holding a Woman' (co-written with Kevin Grantt) and included the track on 'If I Don't Stay The Night' (BNA Records, 1997).



Lee Ann Womack
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'When The Wheels Are Coming Off', which was co-written with Wynn Varble and Randy Hardison (Saturday 11 March 1961 - Tuesday 4 June 2002), and included the track on 'Some Things I Know' (MCA Records, 1998); the track featured guest vocals from Ricky Skaggs and Sharon White.



Randy Travis recorded Leslie Satcher's 'You & You Alone' (co-written with Melba Montgomery and Tim Ryan Rouillier) and included the track on 'You & You Alone' (DreamWorks Nashville Records, 1998).



Pam Tillis recorded Leslie Satcher's 'I Said a Prayer' and included the track on 'Every Time' (Arista Records, 1998); the track reached No.12 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1998.



Linda Davis
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'I Took The Torch Out Off His Old Flame' (co-written with Tim Ryan Rouillier) and included the track on 'I'm Yours' (DreamWorks Records, 1998).



Sara Evans recorded Leslie Satcher's 'There's Only One' (co-written with Sara Evans) and included the track on 'No Place That Far' (RCA Nashville Records, 1998).



Travis Tritt recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Mission of Love' (co-written with Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'No More Looking Over My Shoulder' (Warner Bros. Records, 1998).



Reba McEntire recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Roses' (co-written with Melba Montgomery) and included the track on 'So Good Together' (MCA Records, 1999).



Reba McEntire recorded Leslie Satcher's 'She Wasn't Good Enough For Him' (co-written with Dean Dillon) and included the track on 'So Good Together' (MCA Records, 1999).



Larry Cordle
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Jesus & Bartenders' (co-written with Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'Murder on Music Row' (Shell Point Records, 1999).



Dale Ann Bradley recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Old Southern Porches' and included the track on 'Old Southern Porches' (Pinecastle Records, 1999).



Doug Stone recorded Leslie Satcher's 'The Heart Holds On' (written by Paul Williams and Jon Vezner) and included the track on 'Make Up in Love' (Atlantic Records, 1999); the track was a duet with Leslie Satcher.



Lorrie Morgan recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Between Midnight & Tomorrow' and included the track on 'My Heart' (BNA Records, 1999).



Lorrie Morgan recorded Leslie Satcher's 'My Heart' and included the track on 'My Heart' (BNA Records, 1999).



Chely Wright
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'The Fire' (co-written with Clarence 'Satch' Satchell) and included the track on 'Single White Female' (MCA Records, 1999).



Chely Wright
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Why Do I Still Want You' and included the track on 'Single White Female' (MCA Records, 1999).



Trace Adkins recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Working Man's Wages' (co-written with George Edwin Varble) and included the track on 'More' (Capitol Records, 1999).



Mindy McCready (Sunday 30 November 1975 - Sunday 17 February 2013) recorded Leslie Satcher's 'I've Got a Feeling' (co-written with Kevin Grantt) and included the track on 'I'm Not So Tough' (BNA Records, 1999).



Randy Travis recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Once You've Heard The Truth' (co-written with Chuck Jones) and included the track on 'A Man Ain't Made of Stone' (DreamWorks Nashville Records, 1999).



Susie Luchsinger recorded Leslie Satcher's 'There's Only One' (co-written by Sarah Evans) and included the track on 'Raised on Faith' (New Haven Records, 1999).



Vince Gill
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Little Things' (co-written with Vince Gill) and included the track on 'Let's Make Sure We Say Goodbye' (MCA Records, 2000).



Aaron Tippin
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'I'd Be Afraid of Losing You' (co-written with Mark Collie) and included the track on 'People Like Us' (Lyric Street Records, 2000).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'I Never Knew I Could Feel This Way' (co-written with Clay Blaker and Jim Lauderdale) and included the track on 'In The Name of Love' (JK Records, 2000).



The Kinleys (Heather & Jennifer Kinley) recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Lovers' (co-written with Wynn Varble) and included the track on 'II' (Epic Records, 2000).

In 2000, Jim Ed Norman of Warner Bros. Records Nashville saw something in Leslie Satcher and gave her the opportunity to record her first album project, 'Love Letters' (Warner Bros. Records, 2000).

Leslie Satcher and her dear friend, producer Luke Wooten, turned in a critically acclaimed album, which established her as one of the leading singer / songwriters in the country music industry.



In 2000, Leslie Satcher signed with Warner Bros. Records and, on Tuesday 14 November 2000, saw the release of her debut album, 'Love Letters' (Warner Bros. Records, 2000), which included the following tracks:

'Love Letters From Old Mexico' (written by Leslie Satcher)
/ this track featured guest vocals from Alison Krauss and Emmylou Harris
'Slow Way Home' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Every Time It Rains' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Goin' Down Hard' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'It Can't Be Good To Hurt That Bad' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Ode to Billie Joe' (written by Bobbie Gentry)
'A Man With Eighteen Wheels' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'I Will Survive' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Burn Me Down' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Look Who's Talking Now' (written by Leslie Satcher and Melba Montgomery) / this track featured guest vocals from Alison Krauss
'Texarkana (wide open spaces)' (written by Leslie Satcher)

Personnel involved in the recording of Leslie Satcher's debut album, 'Love Letters' (Warner Bros. Records, 2000), included the following:

Paul Worley, Steven Sheehan, J.T. Corenflos, James Lowry, Biff Watson and Larry Beaird (guitar)
Sonny Garrish (steel guitar)
Steve Hinson (Dobro)
Glenn Worf, Michael Rhodes and Kevin Grantt (bass)
Lonnie Wilson, Randy Hardison, Paul Leim and Owen Hale (drums)
Glen Duncan (fiddle)
Catherine Styron (piano)
Mickey Raphael (harmonica)
Mickey Grimm (percussion)
Robert Mason, David Angell, David Davidson, Connie Ellisor, Lee Larrison, Cate Myer, Pamela Sixfin, Alan Umstead, Catherine Umstead, Gary Vanosdale and Kristin Wilkinson (strings)
Emmylou Harris, Jeannie Winn, Jerry Salley, Alison Krauss and Wes Hightower (vocals)
Dennis Burnside (arrangements)



Danni Leigh recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Shiver of Lonesome' (co-written with Wynn Varble) and included the track on 'A Shot of Whiskey & a Prayer' (Monument Records, 2001).



Patty Loveless recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Sorrowful Angels' (co-written with Tommy Connors) and included the track on 'Mountain Soul' (Epic Records, 2001).



Chely Wright
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Her' and included the track on 'Never Love You Enough' (MCA Records, 2001).



Gene Watson recorded Leslie Satcher's 'When You're Not Looking Back' (co-written with Max T. Barnes) and included the track on 'From The Heart' (RMG Records, 2001).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Heartaches & Honky Tonks' (co-written with Don Poythress) and included the track on 'Something's About to Happen' (JK Records, 2001).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Another Day' and included the track on 'Something's About to Happen' (JK Records, 2001).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Leanin' On My Lovin' Arms' (co-written with Tim Ryan Rouillier) and included the track on 'Something's About to Happen' (JK Records, 2001).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'The Fine Art of Holding a Woman' (co-written with Kevin Grantt) and included the track on 'Something's About to Happen' (JK Records, 2001).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'The Deep End' and included the track on 'Something's About to Happen' (JK Records, 2001).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Teardrops For Friends' (co-written with Bobby Carmichael and Tim Ryan Rouillier) and included the track on 'Something's About to Happen' (JK Records, 2001).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Shiver of Lonesome' (co-written with Wynn Varble) and included the track on 'Something's About to Happen' (JK Records, 2001).



Jennifer Weatherly recorded Leslie Satcher's 'I Took The Torch' (co-written with Tim Ryan Rouillier) and included the track on 'Something's About to Happen' (JK Records, 2001).



Gary Allan recorded Leslie Satcher's 'What's On My Mind' (co-written with Jim Lauderdale) and included the track on 'Alright Guy' (MCA Records, 2001).



Lorrie Morgan & Sammy Kershaw recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Big Time' (co-written with Jim Collins) and included the track on their 'I Finally Found You' (RCA Nashville Records, 2001).



Martina McBride recorded Leslie Satcher's 'When God Fearin' Women Get The Blues' and included the track on 'Greatest Hits' (RCA Records, 2001); the track reached No.8 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2002.



Kevin Denney recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Cadillac Tears' (co-written with Wynn Varble) and included the track on 'Kevin Denney' (Lyric Street Records, 2002); the track reached No.30 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2002.



Mindy McCready (Sunday 30 November 1975 - Sunday 17 February 2013) recorded Leslie Satcher's 'The Fire' and included the track on 'Mindy McCready' (Capitol Nashville Records, 2002).



Rebecca Lynn Howard
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'It's My Job To Fall' and included the track on 'Forgive' (MCA Nashville Records, 2002).



Rebecca Lynn Howard
 recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Jesus & Bartenders' (co-written with Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'Forgive' (MCA Nashville Records, 2002).



John Conlee
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'From Your Knees' (co-written with John Conlee) and included the track on 'Classics' (RCR Records, 2003).



Vince Gill
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Old Time Fiddle' (co-written with Vince Gill) and included the track on 'Next Big Thing' (MCA Records, 2003).



Vince Gill
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Two Hearts' (co-written with Vince Gill) and included the track on 'Next Big Thing' (MCA Records, 2003).



Joe Diffie
 recorded Leslie Satcher's 'What Would Waylon Do' (co-written with Wynn Varble) and included the track on 'Tougher Than Nails' (Broken Bow Records, 2004).



The Notorious Cherry Bombs (Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill, Tony Brown, Richard Bennett and Hank Devito, along with new additions Eddie Bayers, John Hobbs and Michael Rhodes) recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Oklahoma Dust' (co-written with Vince Gill) and included the track on 'The Notorious Cherry Bombs' (Universal South Records, 2004).



Blake Shelton recorded Leslie Satcher's 'What's On My Mind' (co-written with Jim Lauderdale) and included the track on 'Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill' (Warner Bros. Records, 2004).



Joe Bonson & Coffee Run recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Jesus & Bartenders' (co-written with Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'Love Train' (Arch Tech Records, 2004).



Gretchen Wilson recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Chariot' (co-written with John Caldwell) and included the track on 'Here For The Party' (Epic Nashville Records, 2004).



Maura O’Connell recorded Leslie Satcher's 'When Being Who You Are (is not enough)' (co-written with Jim Lauderdale) and included the track on 'Don't I Know' (Sugar Hill Records, 2004).

Carly Goodwin: 'Carly Goodwin' (Dreaming Bear Music, 2004)

Carly Goodwin recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Until Then' (co-written with Kevin Grantt) and included the track on 'Carly Goodwin' (Dreaming Bear Music, 2004); the album was produced by Carl Jackson.

Carly Goodwin: 'Carly Goodwin' (Dreaming Bear Music, 2004)

Carly Goodwin recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Homecoming Day' (co-written with Kevin Grantt) and included the track on 'Carly Goodwin' (Dreaming Bear Music, 2004); the album was produced by Carl Jackson.



Terri Clark recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Cowboy Days' (co-written with Kent Blazy) and included the track on 'Life Goes On' (Mercury Records, 2005).



Terri Clark recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Honky Tonk Song' (co-written with Kent Blazy) and included the track on 'Life Goes On' (Mercury Records, 2005).



Trisha Yearwood recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Pistol' (co-written with Al Anderson) and included the track on 'Jasper County' (MCA Records, 2005).



Trisha Yearwood recorded Leslie Satcher's 'River of You' (co-written with Mary Green) and included the track on 'Jasper County' (MCA Records, 2005).



Trisha Yearwood recorded Leslie Satcher's 'It's Alright' (co-written with Al Anderson) and included the track on 'Jasper County' (MCA Records, 2005).



Patty Loveless recorded Leslie Satcher's 'When Being Who You are is Not Enough' (co-written with Jim Lauderdale) and included the track on 'Dreamin' My Dreams' (Epic Records, 2005).



Patty Loveless recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Everything But The Words' (co-written with Jim Lauderdale) and included the track on 'Dreamin' My Dreams' (Epic Records, 2005).



Gretchen Wilson recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Politically Un-correct' (co-written with Danny Steagall and Billy Henderson) and included the track on 'All Jacked Up' (Epic Records, 2005); the track, which was a duet with Merle Haggard (Tuesday 6 April 1937 - Wednesday 6 April 2016), reached No.23 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2005 and was nominated for a Grammy Award.



In 2005, Leslie Satcher saw the release of 'Creation' (Jellan Records, 2005), which included the following tracks:

'Hangin' On By Six Strings' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Conversation With a River' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Texas Rubye' (written by Leslie Satcher) / this track featured guest vocals from Vince Gill
'Blues in a Honkytonk' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'In The Desert of Waiting' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Love Built Something New' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Creation' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Too Many Horses To Ride' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Untouchable' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'San Antone' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'That's Alright By Me' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'You Remain' (written by Leslie Satcher)

Sonny Burgess: 'Stronger' (CPI Records, 2005)

Sonny Burgess
saw recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Jesus & Bartenders' (co-written with Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'Stronger' (CPI Records, 2005).



Jim Lauderdale recorded Leslie Satcher's 'I Met Jesus in a Bar' (co-written with Jim Lauderdale) and included the track on 'Country Super Hits, Vol. 1' (Yep Roc Records, 2006).



Jim Lauderdale recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Who's Leaving Who' (co-written with Jim Lauderdale) and included the track on 'Bluegrass' (Yep Roc Records, 2006).



Alecia Nugent recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Too Good To Be True' and included the track on 'A Little Girl...A Big Four Lane' (Rounder Records, 2006).



Alecia Nugent recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Where His Wheels Left The Road', which was co-written with Max D. Barnes (Friday 24 July 1936 - Sunday 11 January 2004), and included the track on 'A Little Girl...A Big Four Lane' (Rounder Records, 2006).



Pam Tillis recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Something Burning Out' and included the track on 'Rhinestoned' (Stellar Cat Records, 2007).



Pam Tillis recorded Leslie Satcher's 'That Was a Heartache' (co-written with Bruce Robison) and included the track on 'Rhinestoned' (Stellar Cat Records, 2007).



Trisha Yearwood recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Help Me', which was co-written with Billy Joe Walker Junior (Friday 29 February 1952 - Tuesday 25 July 2017), and included the track on 'Heaven, Heartache & The Power of Love' (Big Machine Records, 2007).



Daryle Singletary recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Jesus & Bartenders' (co-written with Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'Straight From The Heart' (Shanachie Records, 2007); this track was released as a single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2007, but it failed to chart.



Randy Travis recorded Leslie Satcher's 'From Your Knees' and included the track on 'Around The Bend' (Warner Bros. Records, 2008).



George Strait recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Troubadour' (co-written with Monty Holmes) and included the track on 'Troubadour' (MCA Records, 2008); the track reached No.7 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2008.



George Strait recorded Leslie Satcher's 'House of Cash' (co-written with Monty Holmes) and included the track on 'Troubadour' (MCA Records, 2008); the track was a duet with Patty Loveless.



George Strait recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Make Her Fall in Love With Me song' (co-written with Al Anderson) and included the track on 'Troubadour' (MCA Records, 2008).

Lonesome River Band: 'No Turning Back' (Rural Rhythm Records, 2008)

Lonesome River Band recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Wires & Wood' (co-written with Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'No Turning Back' (Rural Rhythm Records, 2008).



Terri Clark recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Gypsy Boots' (co-written with Jon Randall and Terri Clark) and included the track on 'The Long Way Home' (Bare Tracks / Capitol Nashville / EMI Canada, 2009).



Reba McEntire recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Eight Crazy Hours (In The Story of Love)' (co-written with Darrell Scott) and included the track on 'Keep on Loving You' (United States: Starstruck / Valory Music Group Records, 2009 / United Kingdom: Hump Head Country Records, 2009).



Don Rigsby & Midnight Call recorded Leslie Satcher's 'The Voice of God' (co-written with Larry Cordle) and included the track on 'The Voice of God' (Rebel Records, 2010).



Sara Evans recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Ticket To Ride' (co-written with Sara Evans) and included the track on 'Stronger' (RCA Nashville Records, 2011).



In 2011, Leslie Satcher saw the release of 'Gypsy Boots' (Reata Records, 2011), which included the following tracks:

'Where I Am' (written by Leslie Satcher and Michael Heeney)
'Delta Wedding' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'In The Shadow of Your Wings' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Gypsy Boots' (written by Leslie Satcher, Jon Randall and Terri Clark)
'Reasons To Hang On' (written by Leslie Satcher and Stephanie Chapman)
'And The Well Run Dry' (written by Leslie Satcher and Jim Beavers)
'Sing Like Loretta Lynn' (written by Jim Lauderdale and Leslie Satcher)
'Lonely Don't Know When To Leave' (written by Al Anderson and Leslie Satcher)
'Rock of Your Love' (written by Leslie Satcher, Al Anderson and Vince Gill)
'Tough' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Somethin' 'Bout Your Lovin' (written by Al Anderson, Leslie Satcher and Delbert McClinton)
'Where That Train Was Going' (written by Leslie Satcher and Jon Randall)
'If I Had Wings' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Georgia Trip '56 (Big Daddy)' (written by Leslie Satcher)



Dale Ann Bradley recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Old Southern Porches' and included the track on 'Somewhere South of Crazy' (Compass Records, 2011).



The SteelDrivers recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Hell On Wheels' (co-written with Tammy Rogers) and included the track on 'Hammer Down' (Rounder Records, 2012).



Kellie Pickler recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Where's Tammy Wynette' (co-written with Jimmy Ritchey and Don Poythress) and included the track on '100 Proof' (XIX / BNA Records, 2012).



Kellie Pickler recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Unlock That Honky Tonk' (co-written with Kellie Pickler) and included the track on '100 Proof' (XIX / BNA Records, 2012).



Kellie Pickler recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Tough' and included the track on '100 Proof' (XIX / BNA Records, 2012); the track reached No.30 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2011.



Kellie Pickler recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Turn On The Radio & Dance' (co-written with Kellie Pickler) and included the track on '100 Proof' (XIX / BNA Records, 2012).



Kellie Pickler recorded Leslie Satcher's '100 Proof' (co-written with James T. Slater) and included the track on '100 Proof' (XIX / BNA Records, 2012); the track reached No.50 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2012.



Don Williams
recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Better Than Today' (co-written with Jeff Stevens) and included the track on 'And So It Goes' (Sugar Hill Records, 2012).



Sheryl Crow recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Crazy Ain't Original' (co-written with Sheryl Crow and Al Anderson) and included the track on 'Feels Like Home' (Warner Bros. Nashville Records, 2013).



Sheryl Crow recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Best of Times' (co-written with Sheryl Crow and Al Anderson) and included the track on 'Feels Like Home' (Warner Bros. Nashville Records, 2013).

Kellie Pickler: 'The Woman I Am' (Black River Entertainment, 2013) / CD cover Kellie Pickler: 'The Woman I Am' (Black River Entertainment, 2013) / vinyl cover

Kellie Pickler recorded Leslie Satcher's 'Tough All Over' (co-written with Gary Nicholson) and included the track on 'The Woman I Am' (Black River Entertainment, 2013).

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