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Rodney Clawson

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Origin  Nashville, Tennessee
Years active  2000-present

Name  Rodney Clawson
Role  Songwriter
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Nominations  Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year
Associated acts  Jason Aldean, Craig Wiseman
Similar People  Chris Tompkins, Luke Laird, Ashley Gorley, Shane McAnally, Craig Wiseman

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Rodney Clawson (born in Gruver, Texas) is an American country music songwriter. Clawson has written singles recorded by Jason Aldean, Faith Hill, George Strait and Luke Bryan, among others.


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Clawson was raised in Gruver, Texas. Through the encouragement of his friend and former student John Rich, Clawson signed to his publishing contract in 2000. His first hit as a songwriter was "I Can't Be Your Friend" by Rushlow.

Clawson co-wrote the songs "Why", "Amarillo Sky" and "Johnny Cash" for Jason Aldean. In 2008, he received a Song of the Year nomination from the Country Music Association for George Strait's number 1 single "I Saw God Today". That same year, Clawson moved to a publishing contract with Big Loud Shirt, owned by songwriter Craig Wiseman.

Other artists who have recorded his songs include Faith Hill, Big & Rich and Buddy Jewell. He has also produced singles by Jake Owen and James Wesley.

He is married to singer-songwriter Nicolle Galyon, who was also a contestant on the second season of The Voice. They have two children- a daughter, Charlie Jo Clawson (born May 29, 2013) and a son, Ford Sterling Clawson (born April 14, 2015). He also has three children from a previous marriage.


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