- Award-winning songwriter with hit songs that include "American Made" performed by the Oak Ridge Boys, "Coming Home" for the movie Country Strong, "Lovin' You Is Fun" by Easton Corbin, and "Southern Voice" recorded by Tim McGraw
- Has written songs recorded by artists including Vince Gill, Faith Hill, George Strait, Martina McBride, and Brooks & Dunn
- Member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame
- Has received three dozen BMI Country and Million-Air honors, CMA's Triple Play Award, CMA Chairman's Award
- Originator and host of the CMA Songwriter Series
For the past 20 years Bob DiPiero has helped define the best that is Music Row. He has been a musical ambassador and bridge-builder having written with legendary performers of all genres.
DiPiero's list of songs cuts a varied and impressive swath through modern country and speaks volumes about his versatility. Although his first cut, Reba McEntire's "I Can See Forever In Your Eyes," climbed into the country top 20, The Oak Ridge Boys' "American Made" put his name on the music map. Not only did the song win numerous awards, but it was also used in major ad campaigns for Miller beer and the Baby Ruth candy bar. Through the years he has crafted many No. 1 hits recorded by country giants including Vince Gill, Faith Hill, George Strait, Montgomery Gentry, Brooks & Dunn, Travis Tritt, Martina McBride, and others.
He has received three dozen BMI Country and Million-Air honors, two CMA Triple Play Awards, "Song of the Year" at the Country Radio Music awards, multiple Songwriter of the Year awards, and Grammy and Golden Globe nominations. He is also an inductee to the Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame.
Inducted to the Music City Walk of Fame on November 5, 2007.