American country musician whose single, "Check Please," reached #50 on the Billboard Country charts in 1996.
He grew up in Woodside, California with his family and started writing songs at an early age.
He and his wife are part of the music group, The Jeffersons; they released their debut album on Royalty Records in 2011.
He married Canadian country singer Lisa Brokop.
He co-wrote Aaron Tippin's song, "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You," which reached #1 on the Billboard charts.