Dave Gibson isn’t just a hit recording artist but also a number one songwriter. His stellar song-writing career started with his first hit, Midnight Fire, for Steve Warner. From then on, he continued to write hit singles for Alabama (Jukebox in My Mind), Confederate Railroad (Queen of Memphis, Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind), Montgomery Gentry (Lonely and Gone) and Tanya Tucker (If It Don’t Come Easy). Other hits followed, including those by Randy Travis, Conway Twitty, Pam Tillis, Reba McEntire, and Marie Osmond. Gibson also wrote two tracks, American Farmer and It's About Time for the newly released Alabama album, Southern Drawl.
During this successful writing period, Doug Johnson (co-producer of worldwide hit Key Largo) suggested that Gibson meet Blue Miller, former lead guitar player for Bob Seger. Gibson and Miller recorded a demo tape, which they sent to Doug Johnson, head of A&R for Epic Records. Between 1992 and 1994, The Gibson/Miller Band recorded two albums, in addition to charting seven singles on the top 20 Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts. The band disbanded in 1994 to pursue solo careers.
Born in El Dorado, Arkansas, Gibson now lives in Nashville. He continues his successful career with a new album release, coming out in Summer 2019.