Whatever Happened To Paul Overstreet
You may be familiar with Paul Overstreet because of his country classics like 'All The Fun', 'Daddy's Come Around (To Mama's Way Of Thinkin'' and the moving 'Seeing My Father in Me'.
But this Mississippi born artist has probably touched your life (and your heart) in more ways than you realize.
Paul Overstreet is one of the great songwriters in Country Music history. He has written or co-written such great all time classics as Randy Travis's 'On The Other Hand' and 'Forever and Ever, Amen', Keith Whitley's 'When You Say Nothing At All' (also a major hit for Alison Krauss), 'Love Can Build A Bridge' by the Judds, Kenny Chesney's 'She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy', 'Some Beach' by Blake Shelton and many others.
You get the idea...this is one creative fella!
Paul Overstreet's last trip to the Country Top Ten as an artist came back in 1991. So, whatever happened to Paul Overstreet?
Well, essentially, Paul is still practicing his craft at the age of 59. He continues writing and chances are you will again fall in love with a great country song sung by...well...a superstar artist...and it will have been written by one of the genre's great talent, Mr. Paul Overstreet!