Religious country singer and songwriter Richie McDonald was created February 6, 1962 in Lubbock, TX, a fitted birthplace (Pal Holly was also blessed there, alongside several other significant musicians) because of this good guitarist, bassist, and piano player. From 1992 to 2007, he was business lead vocalist for the group Lonestar, who got almost 30 singles (a lot of which McDonald wrote or co-wrote) on the united states charts throughout that period. He also co-wrote strikes for other performers, including “She’s Constantly Best” for Clay Walker, “Allow Them Be Small” for Billy Dean, “Coalmine” for Sara Evans, and “Once a female Gets a Your hands on Your Center” for Heartland. McDonald remaining Lonestar in 2007 and released a solo profession. He released any occasion recording, If EACH DAY Could Be Xmas, in 2007, and adopted it using the faith-based recording I Turn for you on Lucid Information in 2008.