Andy Gibson At Grand Ole Opry


Grand Ole Opry guest artist Andy Gibson was born in 1981 in Spokane, Washington. He is the songwriter co-penned the hit “Don’t You Wanna Stay” for Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson. The song reached Number One on the country music charts. At a young age, he and his family moved to San Francisco, before moving, when he turned nine, to just outside the Las Vegas area. There, he got an early start on his musical career, when his parents bought him his first guitar. By the time he turned twelve, he and his friends started a band, Missing In Action. He began writing his own songs and recording them on a multi-track recorder his dad gave him.

In 2011, shortly after penning the song for Aldean and Clarkson, he signed with R&J Records to release his debut single “Wanna Make You Love Me.” The song was given four out of five stars by Billy Dukes of Taste of Country, claiming that it gathers attention “after frequent listens.” The song has since been made into a music video and has aired on CMT. The single peaked in the Top 30 of the U.S. Country charts.
In 2012, Gibson moved to Curb Records after the closing of R&J. There, he has released the single “Summer Back,” which charted at Number Fifty-Eight.
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