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Thom Schuyler

Thom Schuyler migrated to Nashville from his native Pennsylvania in 1978 to pursue a career as a songwriter. Thirty years later he has compiled a repertoire of songs including 5 that attained #1 status, 5 that peaked at #2 on the charts and another 5 that reached the Top-Ten. Among the songs Thom composed are ‘Love Will Turn You Around’ by Kenny Rogers, ‘I Fell in Love Again Last Night’ by The Forester Sisters, ‘A Long Line of Love’ by Michael Martin Murphy and the recently-named ‘Official Anthem of Music Row’ ‘16th Avenue’ recorded by Lacy J. Dalton. Thom has served as both President and Chairman of the Country Music Association, was a 3-term President of the Nashville Songwriters Association, long-term Chairman of the Nashville Songwriters Foundation and ran the Nashville division of RCA during which time he signed artists Kenny Chesney, Lone Star, Mindy McCready, Sarah Evans and directed the on-going careers of Alabama, Clint Black and Martina McBride. He and his wife of 30 years, Sarah, have 3 children - Tallu, Roy and Luke – all in various stages of higher education. Thom currently serves as Youth Director at Woodmont Christian Church in Nashville and was the first instructor tapped to develop the songwriting major at Belmont University.

(co-writers in italics)


Love Will Turn You Around – Kenny Rogers (Rogers, Stevens, Malloy) - 1982
I Fell in Love Again Last Night (Overstreet) The Forester Sisters - 1985

16th Avenue – Lacy J. Dalton - 1983
A Long Line of Love (Overstreet) Michael Martin Murphey - 1985
I Don’t Know Where to Start – Eddie Rabbitt - 1983
Life Gets Away (Black, Nicholas) Clint Black - 1996
Love Out Loud – Earl Thomas Conley - 1989
Point of Light (Schlitz) Randy Travis - 1992


A Love Like That (Ian) - 1988
My Old Yellow Car – Dan Seals - 1986
Nothing Like Falling in Love (Schnaars) Eddie Rabbitt - 1984
Years After You – John Conlee - 1985
You Can’t Stop Love (Overstreet) SKO - 1987


Hurricane (Harris, Steagall) - 1980


Love Will Turn You Around - 1983


A Little More Love (Knobloch) – Kenny Rogers (USA for Africa)
American Me (Knobloch) – T. Graham Brown, SKB
And It Feels Like (Robson, Dugani) – LeAnn Rimes
Are the Roses Not Blooming? – The Judds
Broken – Andy Childs
Child Support – Barbara Mandrell
Countryside – Moe Bandy
Family Tree – Michael Martin Murphey
From Where I Stand (Kimball) – Dobie Gray
Here Comes the Trick (Hall) – Pleasure Club, James Hall
Hurricane (Stegal, Stewart) – Levon Helm
I Don’t Know How to Say Goodbye (Stevens) – Engelbert Humperdinck
Life’ A Bitch (and then You Die) (Knobloch) – Michael Johnson
Mission From Hank (Schlitz) – Aaron Tippin, Don Schlitz
No Easy Horses (Knobloch, Schlitz) – SKB
Oh Why (Overstreet) – Paul Overstreet
On the Verge of Tears – Patty Loveless
Satisfied (Rimes, Solomon) – LeAnn Rimes
She’s Falling Apart (Holt, Loeb) – Lisa Loeb
Small, Small World (Scruggs) – Statler Brothers
The Best of You (Kennedy, Rose) –Marie Osmond
This is the One (Rossi) – Mammoth Jack
This Old House (Bickhardt) – SKB, Tony Rice, Bridget Ball
Those Eyes (Byrom, Overstreet) - Conway Twitty
Trains Make Me Lonesome (Overstreet) – George Strait, Mike Auldridge
Until You’re Mine (Walker, Jr., Malloy) – Tanya Tucker
What I Did for Love (Maher) – Kenny Rogers, Collin Raye
Where the Light Comes From (Schlitz) – The Bellamy Brothers
Who I Am (Knight) – Beverly Knight


Brave Heart – Capitol Records, 1983

Brave Heart
A Little at a Time (Byrom)
Slow Dancing Girl
Must I Cry
City Without a Heart (Crawford)
16th Avenue
No Good Reason (Brannon)
Easy Street
Two-Way Street
Acres of Pain

Schuyler, Knobloch & Overstreet/SKO – MTM Records, 1986

You Can’t Stop Love (Overstreet)
I Go Back
Baby’s Got a New Baby (written by Knobloch/Tyler)
Trains Make Me Lonesome (Overstreet)
Country Heart (Byrom)
A Little More Love (Knobloch)
Somebody’s Doin’ Me Right (written by Knobloch/Overstreet)
Bitter Pill to Swallow (written by Knobloch)
American Me (Knobloch)
Love is the Hero (Knobloch/Overstreet)

Schuyler, Knobloch & Bickhardt/SKB – MTM Records, 1987

No Easy Horses (Knobloch/Schlitz)
People Still Fall in Love
Givers and Takers (written by Bickhardt)
Those Were the Days (written by Knobloch/Schlitz)
Down in the Trenches of Love (Knobloch)
This Old House (Bickhardt)
The Way to Love (written by Knobloch/Miller)
You Take Me Home (Bickhardt)
Living Without You (written by Knobloch/Welch)
American Steel (written by Bickhardt/Collins)