Kerry Kurt Phillips Nashville music industry insiders and country music radio air personalities, have called Kerry Kurt Phillips “One of America’s favorite songwriters”. A 2018 nominee to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Kerry Kurt’s songs have been featured in Motion Pictures, TV series, Super Bowl commercials, the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, and on Hallmark greeting cards. Pepsi, Ford, General Motors, Applebee's, the NFL and the PGA have all licensed KK's songs. Kerry Kurt has achieved six #1 singles, has been awarded 75 gold and 36 platinum albums, accounting for certified sales of over 45 million records. His biggest songs include the George Jones’ Smash, “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair” and several Joe Diffie hits such as, “Is It Cold In Here,” “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox,” “In My Own Backyard” and “Pickup Man”. The Tim McGraw hits, “Down On the Farm”, “Maybe We Should Just Sleep On It” and “Do You Want Fries With That” are all KKP songs. Other songs in Kerry Kurt’s catalogue include “That’s Just Jessie” sung by Kevin Denney, Tammy Cochran’s “Life Happened,” the 1998 TNN/Music City News Song Of The Year for Billy Ray Cyrus “It’s All The Same To Me,” and the Tracy Byrd smash “Drinkin’ Bone”.Craig Morgan’s “Almost Home” was the2003 Music Row Magazine Song Of The Year and Tom T. Hall cited this Kerry Kurt composition as one of his 4 most favorite songs. George Strait’s “She Let Herself Go” is Kerry Kurt’s latest #1, and Craig Morgan’s “This Ain’t Nothin’,” was recognized by the ICMA as theInspirational Song of the Year. KK’s songs have been recorded by John Michael Montgomery, Doug Stone, Mark Chestnut, Trace Adkins, Vern Gosdin, Ricky Van Shelton, Aaron Tipin, Tanya Tucker, Kenny Chesney, Ray Benson, Joe Stampley, Ricochet, James Otto and others.