Although Tag Selby is situated in Nashville and it has written or co-written music for main country-pop famous actors, the earthy, gritty singer/songwriter and guitarist has popular blues-rock and root base rock being a solo artist. Selby isn’t from Nashville originally; he was created and elevated in Oklahoma and resided in Kansas (where he gained a qualification in music structure from Fort Hays Condition School) before settling in Nashville within the 1990s. After producing Music Town his house, Selby arrived a publishing offer and composed or co-wrote music for main country-pop performers like Trisha Yearwood, Wynonna Judd, as well as the Dixie Chicks (like the feminine trio’s number 1 country strike “There’s Your Problems”). However the varied Selby is most beneficial known for the composing he did for blues-rocker Kenny Wayne Shepherd; he published or co-wrote eight from the tunes on Shepherd’s GO ON Compact disc. In 2000, Selby authorized with Vanguard like a single artist, generating his debut single album, Even more Storms Comin’, with Brent Maher. Dirt adopted in 2003. Selby turned towards the ZYX/Pepper Wedding cake label for his third recording, a single acoustic effort known as Tag Otis Selby…as well as the Equine He Rode in On, released in 2006. Nine Pound Hammer made an appearance in 2008.