Troy Seals

Induction Year: 1988


Birth Name: Troy Seals
Birth Date: November 16, 1938
Place of Birth: Big Hill, KY



Biography

 

Kentucky native; 1986 ASCAP Country Songwriter of the Year



Discography / Career Highlights

 

Catalog Highlights:

"If I Had Any Pride Left At All"  - John Berry (1995, #25)

"Looking Out For Number One" - Travis Tritt (1993, #11)

"A Few Ole Country Boys" - Randy Travis-George Jones (1990, #8)

"Island" - Eddy Raven (1990, #10)

"Bayou Boys" -- Eddy Raven (1989, #1)

"Beyond Those Years" -- the Oak Ridge Boys (1989, #7)

"Early In The Morning And Late At Night" -- Hank Williams Jr. (1989, #14)

"Joe Knows How To Live" -- Eddy Raven (1988, #1)

"No More One More Time" -- Jo-el Sonnier (1988, #7)

"I Won't Need You Anymore (Always And Forever)" -- Randy Travis (1987, #1)

"Maybe Your Ba--'s Got The Blues" -- Judds (1987, #1)

"Fallin' For You For Years" -- Conway Twitty (1987, #2)

"Let The Music Lift You Up" -- Reba McEntire (1987, #4)

"Everybody Needs A Hero" -- Gene Watson (1987, #28)

"Ten Feet Away" -- Keith Whitley (1986, #9)

"Didn't We" -- Lee Greenwood (1986, #10)

"Country Girls" -- John Schneider (1985, #1)

"Lost In The Fifties Tonight (In The Still Of The Night)" -- Ronnie Milsap (1985, #1 -- 1986 ASCAP Country Song of the Year)

"Seven Spanish Angels" -- Ray Charles - Willie Nelson (1985, #1)

"Drinkin' And Dreamin'" -- Waylon Jennings (1985, #2)

"Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" -- George Jones (1985, #3)

"Two Old Cats Like Us" -- Ray Charles - Hank Williams Jr. (1985, #14)

"Down On The Farm" -- Charley Pride (1985, #25)

"When We Make Love" -- Alabama (1984, #1)

"Forget About Me" -- Bellamy Brothers (1984, #5)

"I Dream Of Women Like You" -- Ronnie McDowell (1984, #7)

"I've Got A Rock And Roll Heart" -- Eric Clapton (1983, #18 Pop, #6 AC)

"Red Neckin' Love Makin' Night" -- Conway Twitty (1982, #1)

"You Almost Slipped My Mind" -- Charley Pride (1980, #4)

"Don’t Take It Away" -- Conway Twitty (1979, #1)

"There's A Honky Tonk Angel Who'll Take Me Back In" -- Elvis Presley (1979, #6)

"Feelin's" -- Conway Twitty - Loretta Lynn (1975, #1)

"There's A Honky Tonk Angel Who'll Take Me Back In" -- Conway Twitty (1974, #1)

 

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