Dave Turnbull is an acclaimed songwriter who scored his first Top 10 country hit in 2004 with Darryl Worley's "If Something Should Happen." That same year, Trace Adkins recorded the hauntingly beautiful ballad "Arlington," which ultimately became a Top 15 hit on the country charts. Since then, Turnbull has penned four No. 1 singles, including Kenny Chesney’s “The Boys of Fall,” Montgomery Gentry’s “Lucky Man,” and Brad Paisley’s “Old Alabama” and “Anything Like Me,” and he recently scored another hit with “Outskirts of Heaven,” which he co-wrote with recording artist Craig Campbell. Turnbull has had numerous other works recorded by artists such as Gary Allan, Jeff Bates, Mark Chesnutt, Sheryl Crow, Craig Morgan, Jake Owen, Randy Owen, Mo Pitney, Blake Shelton, Chuck Wicks, and Trent Willmon, as well as up-and-coming entertainers including Jordan Brooker and Mitch Rossell.