Country singer and songwriter who earned five #1 singles, including "Third Rock from The Sun" and "Home."
He played football, baseball, golf, and track in high school. He worked in a foundry while playing music on the side.
He won a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with "Same Old Train."
He married his third wife, Theresa Crump, in 2000; they had five children together named Parker, Kara, Drew, Tyler, and Kylie.
He was a featured artist on Mary Carpenter's single "Not Too Much to Ask."