Hit songwriter Kim Tribble dies
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Hit songwriter Kim Tribble dies

Thursday, August 26, 2021 – Songwriter Kim Tribble, who had two number one hits during his career, died last night of Lewy Body Syndrome.

Tribble, a native of Muscle Shoals, Ala., scored number one hits with Mindy McCready's "Guys Do It All the Time" and "I Can Still Feel You" by Collin Raye.

Tribble often wrote with David Lee Murphy, having a song on each of his albums.

Tribble's first hit as a writer was "Addicted to a Dollar," a number four hit for Doug Stone in 1994. Two years later, he had a number one with Bobby whiteside on the McCready hit.

Raye took "I Can Still Feel You" to the top in 1998. Tribble penned the song with Tammy Hyler. Hs last top 10 song was "One in Every Crowd" by Montgomery Gentry in 2009.



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