• The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson: 'Real Country Music' (Fourteen Carat Music, 2016)

  • Gene Watson: 'Back in the Fire & At Last' (Morello Records, 2016) / this album was officially released on Friday 11 November 2016

  • Gene Watson's Calendar

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson Guitars by Summey

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson at The Opry in Nashville

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

Management


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

Bookings



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Webster PR



Webster Public Relations
, PO Box 23015, Nashville, TN 37202

Contact Scott Adkins
Telephone 615-777-6995



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 2016, 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 Frank Myers, which he submitted to this site on Monday 26 December 2016.

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

Frank Myers

Frank Myers
This quote was submitted on Monday 26 December 2016.

'Gene Watson is a unique stylist, with a velvet touch, whose voice is immediately recognizable.

When I think of great country music singers, Gene Watson is right at the top of my list
'

Thank you, Frank Myers, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Frank Myers...

Frank Myers

Frank Myers was born Frank Joseph Myers on Wednesday 3 July 1957 in Dayton, Ohio.

Frank Myers is a country music singer, songwriter and record producer.  He has received multiple awards, including a Grammy Award for 'Best Country Song', which he and frequent songwriting partner Gary Baker (formerly of The Shooters) received in 1995 for the song 'I Swear'.

In his career, Frank Myers has written songs for John Michael Montgomery, Eddie Rabbitt (Thursday 27 November 1941 - Thursday 7 May 1998), Crystal Gayle, Lonestar and many others.

Frank Myers has also seen the release of two albums, 'Baker & Myers' (MCG / Curb Records, 1995) and 'Scrapbook' (FJM Productions, 2006).

Frank Myers is the son of Melvin 'Pee Wee' Myers (1923 - 1984) and Eva Riggs.

In 1980, Frank Myers married Belinda and had two sons, Josh and Nick, and a daughter, Jessica.  Frank Myers has two brothers, Melvin and Doug, and two sisters, Betty and Joyce.

Frank Myers grew up in Dayton, Ohio and graduated from Northridge High School.

Frank Myers returns yearly to hold a concert, 'Country on The Ridge' as a fundraiser for the school's Alumni Hall of Fame.  His father, Melvin 'Pee Wee' Myers, was a champion fiddle player and singer, who taught Frank how to play the guitar.

Frank Myers started performing at the age of eleven.  After winning a local contest called Star Trail, he started opening shows at Dayton's Hara Arena.  He still has close ties with the community.

When he was fourteen years old, Frank Myers guest-starred on the Porter Wagoner (Friday 12 August 1927 - Sunday 28 October 2007) television show.

Frank Myers and his brother Melvin Junior formed a group called 'Country Earth' with Paul Barton and Ted Hartman.

During his time in 'Country Earth', Frank Myers met his wife Belinda Watkins; they married on Saturday 7 June 1980.

Eddy Raven

In 1981, Frank Myers and his wife, Belinda, moved to Nashville, in order for Frank to pursue his career in the music business.  Frank Myers was hired by Eddy Raven as a guitar player, and later became the band leader and road manager for Eddy Raven.

It was within this time, while working for Eddy Raven, that Frank Myers started writing, playing and co-producing songs.

Eddy Raven and Frank Myers produced two No.1 hit singles, five No.2 hit singles and three Top 10 songs, including 'I Got Mexico', 'Bayou Boys', 'You Should've Been Gone By Now' and 'Sometimes a Lady'.

Eddie Rabbitt: 'Radio Romance' (Elektra Records, 1982)

In 1982, Frank Myers wrote 'You & I' for his wife, Belinda; the track became his first single by Eddie Rabbitt (Thursday 27 November 1941 - Thursday 7 May 1998) and Crystal Gayle; the track, which was included on Eddie Rabbitt's 'Radio Romance' (Elektra Records, 1982), was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in December 1982.

Eddie Rabbitt (Thursday 27 November 1941 - Thursday 7 May 1998) and Crystal Gayle's recording of Frank Myers' 'You & I' also spent twenty-three weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1982, peaking at No.7, making it the 12th biggest song of the year.

Eddie Rabbitt (Thursday 27 November 1941 - Thursday 7 May 1998) and Crystal Gayle's recording of Frank Myers' 'You & I' also reached the following chart positions:

Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart: No.2, 1982
Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart: No.1, 1982
Canadian RPM Top Singles Chart: No.35, 1982
Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary Tracks Chart: No.1, 1982


Eddie Rabbitt (Thursday 27 November 1941 - Thursday 7 May 1998) and Crystal Gayle's recording of Frank Myers' 'You & I' was ranked No.7 on CMT's '100 Greatest Duets in Country Music'. Crystal Gayle performed the duet with Raul Malo of The Mavericks, since Eddie Rabbitt had died of lung cancer on Thursday 7 May 1998.

While working for Eddy Raven, Frank Myers met Gary Baker, with whom he later became the songwriting duo, Baker & Myers.

In 1990, Frank Myers left Eddy Raven in order to play for Marie Osmond.  He was also able to get Gary Baker a job with Marie Osmond playing bass after Gary's band The Shooters disbanded.  It was during this time when Frank Myers and Gary Baker's songwriting flourished.  They had their first No.1 hit single together in 1993 when Alabama recorded 'Once in a Lifetime'.

In 1994, Frank Myers and Gary Baker wrote the song 'I Swear', which was recorded by John Michael Montgomery and All-4-One in 1994; Frank and Gary had written the track in 1987.  'I Swear' received numerous awards, including a Grammy Award for 'Country Song of the Year' and Academy of Country Music (ACM) Award for 'Single & Song of the Year', along with reaching No.1 in numerous countries.

Frank Myers & Gary Baker: 'Baker & Myers' (Curb Records, 1995)

In 1995, Frank Myers and Gary Baker signed a recording contract with MCG / Curb Records and saw the release, on Tuesday 10 October 1995, of 'Baker & Myers' (Curb Records, 1995), which included three tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

'These Arms' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers) (No.67, 1995)
'Years From Here' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers) (No.48, 1996)
'A Little Bit of Honey' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers) (No.71, 1996)

Frank Myers and Gary Baker's 'Baker & Myers' (Curb Records, 1995) also included the following tracks:

'Full Moon' (written by Gary Baker, Frank Myers and Jerry Williams)
'Breakin' The Bank' (written by Gary Baker, Mike Curtis and Frank Myers)
'Shoulder to Cry On' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'Still Fallin' (written by Gary Baker, John Dittrich and Frank Myers)
'Wide Open' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'Real Deal' (written by Gary Baker, Frank Myers and Lonnie Wilson)
'A Random Act of Senseless Kindness' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)

Although Gary Baker and Frank Myers never recorded following the release of 'Baker & Myers' (Curb Records, 1995), they continued their careers as songwriters.

In 2001, Frank Myers co-wrote two No.1 hit singles, 'I'm Already There', which was awarded BMI's 2002 'Country Song of the Year, and 'My Front Porch Looking In', both of which were recorded by Lonestar.

Frank Myers: 'Scrapbook' (FJM Productions, 2006)

In 2006, Frank Myers produced his first solo album, 'Scrapbook' (FJM Productions, 2006), for FJM Productions, which was an album of hit songs he had written over the years and sung by Frank Myers himself.

Frank Myers' first solo album, 'Scrapbook' (FJM Productions, 2006), included the following tracks: for FJM Productions, which was an album of hit songs he had written over the years and sung by Frank Myers himself.

'You & I' (written by Frank Myers) / this track featured guest vocals from Crystal Gayle, who originally sang the song with Eddie Rabbitt (Thursday 27 November 1941 - Thursday 7 May 1998)
'I Got Mexico' (written by Frank Myers and Eddy Raven)
'You Should've Been Gone by Now' (written by Frank Myers and Eddy Raven)
'Once Upon a Lifetime' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'T.L.C. A.S.A.P.' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'Come in Out of The Pain', which was written by Frank Myers and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015)
'Sometimes a Lady' (written by Frank Myers and Gary Baker)
'I Swear' (written by Frank Myers and Gary Baker)
'My Front Porch Looking In'
'I'm Already There'
'What Say You'

At the time of the release of Frank Myers' first solo album, 'Scrapbook' (FJM Productions, 2006), he was quoted as saying:

'It's taken many years to put this CD together.  I always resisted doing one because I know I'm not a great singer.  But with that being said, I came to realise, when I perform at different functions, that the people didn't really care, they just want to hear the writer sing their songs.

So, with a lot of encouragement from different people, I decided to put together a 'Scrapbook' of hits that I've been blessed with over the years.

To all the fans, who not only called in and requested the songs, but went out and bought a record, I hope you enjoy my versions of the songs you helped make hits!'

Richie McDonald: 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008)

In 2008, Frank Myers wrote seven songs and produced Richie McDonald's album 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008), which was released on Tuesday 3 June 2008 and included the following tracks:

'Carry The Cross' (written by Richie McDonald, Frank Myers and Greg Rausch)
'I Turn to You' (written by Jeff Kohen and Frank Myers)
'Stay with Me, Lord' (written by Frank Myers and Greg Rausch)
'He's Alive' (written by Richie McDonald and Frank Myers)
'Faith' (written by Jason Eustice, Richie McDonald and Frank Myers)
'Handle with Prayer' (written by Steve Diamond and Richie McDonald)
'What Would He Do' (written by Richie McDonald, Frank Myers and Greg Rausch)
'Walls' (written by Gary Baker, Matt Johnson, Karen Kingsbury and Richie McDonald)
'Blessed Are The Hands That Give' (written by Gary Baker, Matt Johnson and Richie McDonald)
'Hey God' (written by Tommy Lee James and Richie McDonald)

Personnel involved in the recording of Richie McDonald's 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008), included the following:

Tim Akers, Jim 'Moose' Brown and Jimmy Nichols (Hammond B-3 organ, piano, strings)
Walt Aldridge, Billy Panda, Ilya Toshinsky and John Willis (acoustic guitar)
Bruce C. Bouton (steel guitar)
Spady Brannan, Kevin 'Swine' Grantt and Jimmie Lee Sloas (bass guitar)
Steve Brewster, Tommy Harden, Paul Liem and Greg Morrow (drums)
Mickey Buckins and Eric Darken (percussion)
Robert Collier, Jeff King, Troy Lancaster and Jerry McPherson (electric guitar)
Billy Davis, Chip Davis, Matt Johnson and Doug Stokes (background vocals)
Richie McDonald (lead vocals)
Gary Prim (piano)
Wanda Vick (fiddle)
Jerry Williams (string arrangements, conductor)

Richie McDonald's 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008) reached No.6 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums Chart in 2008, No.19 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2008, No.126 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart in 2008, and No.18 on the Billboard Independent Albums Chart in 2008.

Richie McDonald's 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008) was nominated for a Dove Award for 'Country Album of the Year' at the 40th GMA Dove Awards.

Richie McDonald: 'If Everyday Could Be Christmas' (Loremoma Music, 2009)

Frank Myers also co-produced Richie McDonald's Christmas album, 'If Everyday Could Be Christmas' (Loremoma Music, 2009).  Frank Myers also continued to work with other artists, writing and producing songs.

In 2015, Frank Myers and Billy Montana wrote and recorded 'I’m Here For You', which benefited T.A.P.S.

Frank Myers has written multiple hits for Lonestar ('My Front Porch Looking In' and 'I’m Already There’), Alabama ('Once Upon a Lifetime', 'T.L.C. A.S.A.P') and Eddy Raven ('Sometimes a Lady', 'You’re Never Too Old For Young Love', 'You Should've Been Gone By Now', 'Bayou Boys' and 'I Got Mexico’).

Frank Myers has also written hit singles for Reba McEntire ('One Honest Heart'), Doug Stone ('Come in Out of The Pain') and Tanya Tucker ('Changes').

Frank Myers

Eddie Rabbitt: 'Radio Romance' (Elektra Records, 1982)

In 1982, Eddie Rabbitt (Thursday 27 November 1941 - Thursday 7 May 1998) and Crystal Gayle recorded 'You & I'; the track, which was included on Eddie Rabbitt's 'Radio Romance' (Elektra Records, 1982), was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in December 1982, and spent twenty-three weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1982, peaking at No.7.

Tanya Tucker: 'Changes' (Arista Records, 1982)

Tanya Tucker recorded Frank Myers' 'Changes' (co-written with Eddy Raven and Tanya Tucker) and included the track on 'Changes' (Arista Records, 1982); the track reached No.41 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1983.

Barbara Mandrell: 'Spun Gold' (MCA Records, 1983)

Barbara Mandrell recorded Frank Myers' 'A Man's Not a Man ('Til He's Loved by a Woman)' and included the track on 'Spun Gold' (MCA Records, 1983).


Eddy Raven: 'I Could Use Another You' (RCA Records, 1984)

Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'I Got Mexico' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'I Could Use Another You' (RCA Records, 1984); the track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in June 1984.

Barbara Mandrell: 'Clean Cut' (MCA Records, 1984)

Barbara Mandrell recorded Frank Myers' 'I Wonder What The Rich Folk Are Doin' Tonight' and included the track on 'Clean Cut' (MCA Records, 1984).

Barbara Mandrell: 'Clean Cut' (MCA Records, 1984)

Barbara Mandrell recorded Frank Myers' 'If It's Not One Thing, It's Another' and included the track on 'Clean Cut' (MCA Records, 1984).

Sylvia: 'Surprise' (RCA Records, 1984)

Sylvia recorded Frank Myers' 'One Foot on The Street' and included the track on 'Surprise' (RCA Records, 1984).

Dottie West: 'Just Dottie' (Permian Records, 1984 / First Generation Records, 2000)

Dottie West (Tuesday 11 October 1932 - Wednesday 4 September 1991) recorded Frank Myers' 'We Know Better Now' and included the track on 'Just Dottie' (Permian Records, 1984); the track reached No.53 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1984.

'Just Dottie' (Permian Records, 1984) was the final country music album release by Dottie West (Tuesday 11 October 1932 - Wednesday 4 September 1991) in 1984, under Permian Records, after eight years of recording for United Artists Records / Liberty Records.

'Just Dottie' (Permian Records, 1984) was Dottie West's only LP release for Permian Records, which was a small Dallas-based country music label distributed by MCA Records.  The album spawned three charting Billboard country music hit singles, the third release, 'We Know Better Now' (written by Frank Myers), being the most successful, peaking at No.53 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1985.

Dottie West (Tuesday 11 October 1932 - Wednesday 4 September 1991) did not record any additional music for Permian Records and the single, 'We Know Better Now' (written by Frank Myers), ultimately proved to be the last record of her career, although she was still active in concert and television appearances up to her death on Wednesday 4 September 1991.

In 2000, Dottie West's 'Just Dottie' (Permian Records, 1984) was re-released, on CD, by First Generation Records, and was re-titled 'Just Dottie Again'.



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'You Should Have Been Gone by Now', which was co-written with Eddy Raven and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015), and included the track on 'Love & Other Hard Times' (RCA Victor Records, 1985); the track reached No.3 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1986.




Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'The Song I Said I'd Never Write For You' and included the track on 'Love & Other Hard Times' (RCA Victor Records, 1985).

Barbara Mandrell: 'Get to The Heart' (MCA Records, 1985)

Barbara Mandrell recorded Frank Myers' 'Don't Look in My Eyes' and included the track on 'Get to The Heart' (MCA Records, 1985).

Jim Glaser: 'Past The Point of No Return' (MCA Records, 1985)

Jim Glaser recorded Frank Myers' 'Those Days' and included the track on 'Past The Point of No Return' (MCA Records, 1985).

Sawyer Brown: 'Out Goin' Cattin' (Capitol Records / Curb Records, 1986)

Sawyer Brown recorded Frank Myers' 'The House Won't Rock' (co-written with Mark Miller) and included the track on 'Out Goin' Cattin' (Capitol Records / Curb Records, 1986).

Johnny Cash & Waylon Jennings: 'Heroes' (Columbia Records, 1986)

Johnny Cash (Friday 26 February 1932 - Friday 12 September 2003) & Waylon Jennings (Tuesday 15 June 1937 - Wednesday 13 February 2002) recorded Frank Myers' 'Folks Out on The Road' (co-written with Eddy Raven and David Powelson) and included the track on 'Heroes' (Columbia Records, 1986).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Sometimes a Lady' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Right Hand Man' (RCA Records, 1986); the track reached No.3 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1986.



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'You're Never Too Old For Young Love' (co-written with Rick Giles) and included the track on 'Right Hand Man' (RCA Records, 1986); the track reached No.3 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1987.



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Other Than Montreal' and included the track on 'Right Hand Man' (RCA Records, 1986).

Joan Kennedy recorded Frank Myers' 'Don't Look in My Eyes' (co-written with Bobbi Duty Greene and Roger Murrah) and included the track on 'Family Pride' (Destiny Records, 1987).

Tanya Tucker: 'Strong Enough to Bend' (Capitol Records, 1988)

Tanya Tucker recorded Frank Myers' 'Lonely at The Right Time', which was co-written with Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015), and included the track on 'Strong Enough to Bend' (Capitol Records, 1988).

Hank Williams Junior: 'Wild Streak' (Warner Bros. Records, 1988)

Hank Williams Junior recorded Frank Myers' 'Early in The Morning & Late at Night' (co-written with Troy Seals) and included the track on 'Wild Streak' (Warner Bros. Records, 1988); the track reached No.14 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1988.

The Shooters: 'Solid As a Rock' (Epic Records, 1989)

The Shooters recorded Frank Myers' 'You Should've Been There' and included the track on 'Solid As a Rock' (Epic Records, 1989).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Bayou Boys' (co-written with Troy Seals and Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Temporary Sanity' (Capitol Records, 1989); the track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in November 1989.

Ricky Van Shelton: 'RVS III' (Columbia Records, 1990)

Ricky Van Shelton recorded Frank Myers' 'Love is Burnin' (co-written with Donny Kees) and included the track on 'RVS III' (Columbia Records, 1990).

Shane Barmby: 'Jukebox Symphony' (Mercury Records, 1990)

Shane Barmby recorded Frank Myers' 'When Was The Last Time' (co-written with Buck Moore) and included the track on 'Jukebox Symphony' (Mercury Records, 1990).

Collin Raye: 'All I Can Be' (Epic Records, 1991)

Collin Raye recorded Frank Myers' 'Any Old Stretch of Blacktop' (co-written with Bernie Nelson) and included the track on 'All I Can Be' (Epic Records, 1991).

Doug Stone: 'I Thought It Was You' (Epic Records, 1991)

Doug Stone recorded Frank Myers' 'Come in Out of The Pain', which was co-written with Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015), and included the track on 'I Thought It Was You' (Epic Records, 1991); the track reached No.3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1992.

Donna Ulisse: 'Trouble at The Door' (Atlantic Records, 1991)

Donna Ulisse recorded Frank Myers' 'When Was The Last Time' (co-written with Buck Moore) and included the track on 'Trouble at The Door' (Atlantic Records, 1991); the track was released as a single in 1992, but it did not chart.

Doug Stone: 'From The Heart' (Epic Records, 1992)

Doug Stone recorded Frank Myers' 'Left, Leavin', Goin' or Gone', which was co-written with Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015), and included the track on 'From The Heart' (Epic Records, 1992).

Alabama: 'American Pride' (RCA Records, 1992)

Alabama recorded Frank Myers' 'Once Upon a Lifetime' (co-written with Gary Baker) and included the track on 'American Pride' (RCA Records, 1992); the track reached No.3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in March 1993.

Shenandoah: 'Greatest Hits' (Columbia Records, 1992) Shenandoah: 'Super Hits' (Columbia Records, 1994)

Shenandoah recorded Frank Myers' 'Any Old Stretch of Blacktop' (co-written with Bernie Nelson) and included the track on 'Greatest Hits' (Columbia Records, 1992); the track was also included on Shenandoah's 'Super Hits' (Columbia Records, 1994).

John Michael Montgomery: 'Kickin' It Up' (Atlantic Records, 1994)

John Michael Montgomery recorded Frank Myers' 'I Swear' (co-written with Gary Baker) and included the track on 'Kickin' It Up' (Atlantic Records, 1994); the track was No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart for three weeks in February 1994, and also reached No.42 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1994.

All-4-One: 'All-4-One' (Atlantic Records / WEA Records, 1994)

All-4-One recorded Frank Myers' 'I Swear' (co-written with Gary Baker) and included the track on 'All-4-One' (Atlantic Records / WEA Records, 1994); the track was No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1994, where it remained for eleven weeks.

Alabama: 'Cheap Seats' (RCA Records, 1993)

Alabama recorded Frank Myers' 'T.L.C. A.S.A.P.' (co-written with Gary Baker) and included the track on 'Cheap Seats' (RCA Records, 1993); the track reached No.7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in March 1994.



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (Intersound Records, 1994).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Tequila Tells' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (Intersound Records, 1994).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Of All The Things' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (Intersound Records, 1994).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Sometimes a Lady' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (Intersound Records, 1994).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'I Got Mexico' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (Intersound Records, 1994).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Bayou Boys' (co-written with Eddy Raven and Troy Seals) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (Intersound Records, 1994).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Rip Rap Road' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (Intersound Records, 1994); the track was released as a single in 1994, but it did not chart.



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Castaway Heart' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Wild Eyed & Crazy' (Intersound Records, 1994).

Amie Comeaux: 'Moving Out' (Polygram Records, 1994)

Amie Comeaux (Saturday 4 December 1976 - Sunday 21 December 1997) recorded Frank Myers' 'Who's She to You' (co-written with Donny Kees) and included the track on 'Moving Out' (Polygram Records, 1994).

Gary Baker & Frank Myers: 'Baker & Myers' (Curb Records, 1995)

On Tuesday 10 October 1995, Gary Baker & Frank Myers saw the release of 'Baker & Myers' ( Records, 1995), which included the following tracks:

'Full Moon' (written by Gary Baker, Frank Myers and Jerry Williams)
'Breakin' The Bank' (written by Gary Baker, Mike Curtis and Frank Myers)
'These Arms' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'Shoulder to Cry On' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'Still Fallin' (written by Gary Baker, John Dittrich and Frank Myers)
'Wide Open' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'Real Deal' (written by Gary Baker, Frank Myers and Lonnie Wilson)
'Years From Here' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'A Little Bit of Honey' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)
'A Random Act of Senseless Kindness' (written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers)

The Larry Stephenson Band: 'Far Away in Tennessee' (Pinecastle Records / Webco Records, 1995)

The Larry Stephenson Band recorded Frank Myers' 'Any Old Stretch of Blacktop' (co-written with Bernie Nelson) and included the track on 'Far Away in Tennessee' (Webco Records, 1995).

In 1995, Marie Osmond saw the release of a non-album single, 'What Kind of Man (Walks on a Woman)' (written by Frank Myers), which reached No.75 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart.



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'I Got Mexico' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'I Got Mexico' (Kingfisher Records, 1996).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'You Should Have Been Gone by Now', which was co-written with Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015) and Eddy Raven, and included the track on 'I Got Mexico' (Kingfisher Records, 1996).

George Jones: 'I've Lived to Tell It All' (MCA Records, 1996)

George Jones
(xSaturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013) recorded Frank Myers' 'Honky Tonk Song' (co-written with Billy Yates) and included the track on 'I've Lived to Tell It All' (MCA Records, 1996); the track reached No.66 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1996.

Noel Haggard: 'One Lifetime' (Atlantic Records, 1997)

Noel Haggard recorded Frank Myers' 'Left, Leavin', Goin' or Gone', which was co-written with Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015), and included the track on 'One Lifetime' (Atlantic Records, 1997).

Tracy Lawrence: 'The Coast is Clear' (Atlantic Records, 1997)

Tracy Lawrence recorded Frank Myers' 'Livin' in Black & White' (co-written with Tracy Lawrence and Gary Baker) and included the track on 'The Coast is Clear' (Atlantic Records, 1997).

Logue & McCool: 'Unconditional Love' (Hazel Music, 1997)

Logue & McCool - Chris Logue and Pat McCool (Tuesday 14 October 1952 - Monday 18 October 2010) - recorded Frank Myers' 'Folks Out on The Road' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'Unconditional Love' (Hazel Music, 1997).

Logue & McCool: 'Unconditional Love' (Hazel Music, 1997)

Logue & McCool - Chris Logue and Pat McCool (Tuesday 14 October 1952 - Monday 18 October 2010) - recorded Frank J. Myers' 'Left, Leaving, Gone' (co-written with Don Perrimer) and included the track on 'Unconditional Love' (Hazel Music, 1997).


LeAnn Rimes: 'Sittin' on Top of The World' (Curb Records, 1998)

LeAnn Rimes recorded Frank Myers' 'The Heart Never Forgets' (co-written with Gary Baker and Jerry Williams) and included the track on 'Sittin' on Top of The World' (Curb Records, 1998).

Travis Tritt: 'No More Looking Over My Shoulder' (Warner Bros. Records, 1998)

Travis Tritt recorded Frank Myers' 'The Road to You' (co-written with Travit Tritt and Gary Baker) and included the track on 'No More Looking Over My Shoulder' (Warner Bros. Records, 1998).

Reba McEntire: 'If You See Him' (MCA Records, 1998)

Reba McEntire recorded Frank Myers' 'One Honest Heart' (co-written with David Malloy and Gary Baker) and included the track on 'If You See Him' (MCA Records, 1998); the track reached No.7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1999.

Alabama: 'Twentieth Century' (RCA Records, 1999)

Alabama recorded Frank Myers' 'Life's Too Short to Love This Fast' (co-written with Gary Baker and Randy Owen) and included the track on 'Twentieth Century' (RCA Records, 1999).

Alabama: 'Twentieth Century' (RCA Records, 1999)

Alabama recorded Frank Myers' 'I Love You Enough to Let You Go' (co-written with Gary Baker and Randy Owen) and included the track on 'Twentieth Century' (RCA Records, 1999).

Tim Rushlow: 'Tim Rushlow' (Atlantic Records, 2001)

Tim Rushlow recorded Frank Myers' 'I Live' (co-written with Gary Baker and David Malloy) and included the track on 'Tim Rushlow' (Atlantic Records, 2001).

Lonestar: 'I'm Already There' (BNA Records, 2001)

Lonestar recorded Frank Myers' 'I'm Already There' (co-written with Gary Baker and Richie McDonald) and included the track on 'I'm Already There' (BNA Records, 2001); the track was No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart for five weeks in June / July 2001, and reached No.24 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 2001.

Gene Watson: 'From The Heart' (RMG Records, 2001)

Gene Watson recorded Frank Myers' 'Roses in The Sand' (co-written with Steve Dean) and included the track on 'From The Heart' (RMG Records, 2001).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Living in Black & White' (co-written with Gary Baker and Tracy Lawrence) and included the track on 'Living in Black & White' (Row Music Records, 2001).



Eddy Raven recorded Frank Myers' 'Don't Worry About Me' (co-written with Gary Baker and Richie McDonald) and included the track on 'Living in Black & White' (Row Music Records, 2001).

Lonestar: 'From There to Here: Greatest Hits' (BNA Records, 2003)

Lonestar recorded Frank Myers' 'My Front Porch Looking In', which was co-written with Richie McDonald and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015), and included the track on 'From There to Here: Greatest Hits' (BNA Records, 2003); the track was No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart for one week in July / August 2003, and reached No.23 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 2003.

Lonestar: 'Let's Be Us Again' (BNA Records, 2004)

Lonestar recorded Frank Myers' 'Class Reunion (That Used to Be Us)', which was co-written with Richie McDonald and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015), and included the track on 'Let's Be Us Again' (BNA Records, 2004); the track reached No.16 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2004.

Lonestar: 'Let's Be Us Again' (BNA Records, 2004)

Lonestar recorded Frank Myers' 'What I Miss The Most' (co-written with Michael Britt and Richie McDonald) and included the track on 'Let's Be Us Again' (BNA Records, 2004).

Joe Diffie: 'Tougher Than Nails' (Broken Bow Records, 2004)

Joe Diffie recorded Frank Myers' 'If I Could Only Bring You Back' (co-written with Chip Davis) and included the track on 'Tougher Than Nails' (Broken Bow Records, 2004); the track reached No.50 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2004.

Joe Diffie: 'Tougher Than Nails' (Broken Bow Records, 2004)

Joe Diffie recorded Frank Myers' 'Nothin' But The Radio' (co-written with George Teren) and included the track on 'Tougher Than Nails' (Broken Bow Records, 2004).

Travis Tritt: 'My Honky Tonk History' (Columbia Records, 2004)

Travis Tritt recorded Frank Myers' 'What Say You' (co-written with Michael Bradford) and included the track on 'My Honky Tonk History' (Columbia Records, 2004); the track, which was a duet with John Mellencamp, reached No.21 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2004.

Lonestar: 'Coming Home' (BNA Records, 2005)

Lonestar recorded Frank Myers' 'What's Wrong With That', which was co-written with Richie McDonald and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015), and included the track on 'Coming Home' (BNA Records, 2005).

Westlife: 'Back Home' (Syco Records / Sony BMG / RCA Records, 2007)

Westlife recorded Frank Myers' 'I'm Already There' (co-written with Gary Baker and Richie McDonald) and included the track on 'Back Home' (Syco Records / Sony BMG / RCA Records, 2007); the track, which entered the United Kingdom download chart at No.74 after 'The Westlife Show' in December 2007, was not released as a single, but peaked at No.62 on the Official United Kingdom Singles Chart.

In 2008, on Series 5 of 'X Factor' in the United Kingdom, JLS performed the Westlife version of 'I'm Already There' and it re-entered the United Kingdom Chart at No.106 and peaked at No.63; the JLS version also entered the Official Irish Singles Chart at No.47 in 2008.

Whiskey Falls: 'Whiskey Falls' (Midas Records, 2007)

Whiskey Falls recorded Frank Myers' 'Last Train Running' (co-written with Bill Brandt, Walter Brandt and Seven Williams) and included the track on 'Whiskey Falls' (Midas Records, 2007); the track reached No.32 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2007.

Whiskey Falls: 'Whiskey Falls' (Midas Records, 2007)

Whiskey Falls recorded Frank Myers' 'The Champ' (co-written with Bill Brandt, Walter Brandt and Seven Williams) and included the track on 'Whiskey Falls' (Midas Records, 2007).

Andy Griggs: 'The Good Life' (Montage Music Group, 2008)

Andy Griggs recorded Frank Myers' 'What if It's Me' (co-written with Jon Stone) and included the track on 'The Good Life' (Montage Music Group, 2008); the track reached No.52 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2007.

Jason Aldean: 'Relentless' (Broken Bow Records, 2007)

Jason Aldean recorded Frank Myers' 'Not Every Man Lives' (co-written with Lee Brice and Billy Montana) and included the track on 'Relentless' (Broken Bow Records, 2007).

Richie McDonald: 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008)

Richie McDonald recorded Frank Myers' 'Carry The Cross' (co-written with Richie McDonald and Greg Rausch) and included the track on 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008); the album was produced by Gary Baker, Tommy Lee James and Frank Myers.

Richie McDonald: 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008)

Richie McDonald recorded Frank Myers' 'I Turn to You' (co-written with Jeff Kohen) and included the track on 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008); the album was produced by Gary Baker, Tommy Lee James and Frank Myers.

Richie McDonald: 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008)

Richie McDonald recorded Frank Myers' 'Stay with Me, Lord' (co-written with Greg Rausch) and included the track on 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008); the album was produced by Gary Baker, Tommy Lee James and Frank Myers.

Richie McDonald: 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008)

Richie McDonald recorded Frank Myers' 'He's Alive' (co-written with Richie McDonald) and included the track on 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008); the album was produced by Gary Baker, Tommy Lee James and Frank Myers.

Richie McDonald: 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008)

Richie McDonald recorded Frank Myers' 'Faith' (co-written with Richie McDonald) and included the track on 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008); the album was produced by Gary Baker, Tommy Lee James and Frank Myers.

Richie McDonald: 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008)

Richie McDonald recorded Frank Myers' 'What Would He Do' (co-written with Richie McDonald and Greg Rausch) and included the track on 'I Turn to You' (Stroudavarious Records, 2008); the album was produced by Gary Baker, Tommy Lee James and Frank Myers.

Chris Young: 'Neon' (RCA Records, 2011)

Chris Young recorded Frank Myers' 'Tomorrow' (co-written with Chris Young and Anthony Smith) and included the track on 'Neon' (RCA Records, 2011); the track was No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart for one week in August 2011.

Donny Osmond & Marie Osmond: 'Donny & Marie' (Decca Records, 2011)

Donny Osmond & Marie Osmond recorded Frank Myers' 'Vegas Love' and included the track on 'Donny & Marie' (Decca Records, 2011).



Diane McCall recorded Frank Myers' 'I've Got Mexico' (co-written with Eddy Raven) and included the track on 'My Imagination' (Heart of Texas Records, 2012).

Bucky Covington: 'Good Guys' (E1 Music Records, 2012)

Bucky Covington recorded Frank Myers' 'I Want My Life Back' (co-written with Anthony Smith) and included the track on 'Good Guys' (E1 Music Records, 2012); the track, which was released in April 2009 as the lead-off single from 'I'm Alright' (Lyric Street Records, 2009), an album which went unreleased when the record label folded, reached No.32 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in June 2009.

Lonestar: 'Life As We Know It' (4 Star Records, 2013)

Lonestar recorded Frank Myers' 'Maybe Someday' (co-written with Richie McDonald, Billy Montana and Dean Sams) and included the track on 'Life As We Know It' (4 Star Records, 2013).

Lonestar: 'Life As We Know It' (4 Star Records, 2013)

Lonestar recorded Frank Myers' 'Party All Day' (co-written with Michael Britt, Richie McDonald and Jerry Williams) and included the track on 'Life As We Know It' (4 Star Records, 2013).

Bonnie Tyler: 'Rocks & Honey' (ZYX Music / Labrador Music / AXR Music / Celtic Swan Recordings / Warner Bros. Records, 2013)

Bonnie Tyler recorded Frank Myers' 'All I Ever Wanted' (co-written with Gary Baker and Zoran Konevic) and included the track on 'Rocks & Honey' (ZYX Music / Labrador Music / AXR Music / Celtic Swan Recordings / Warner Bros. Records, 2013).
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