Articles and Interviews
Talk about getting your big break. Gary Burr, writer of hits like Tim McGraw's "Can't Be Really Gone," Patty Loveless's "I Try to Think About Elvis," Doug Stone's "Too Busy Being in Love," Lorrie Morgan's "Watch Me," and Ty Herndon's "What Mattered Most," first got into music when he broke his leg playing high school soccer. "That was how I learned how to play the guitar. You know, I just was flat on my back, so I had to do something. And that was a great time. That was back when the first ...