Randy Albright

Randy Albright is an American country music songwriter (born August 14, 1957 in Battle Creek,Michigan. He is also a multi music genre recording artist with over 300 written songs recorded to his credit.

He landed on music row starting with Acuff Rose Music in 1980, he went on to write songs for various country music legendary artists such as Vince Gill, Charley Pride, Tammy Wynette, Sons of The Desert, and many more. A member of the American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers since 1981.

Early years
Albright was raised in the south Michigan town of Bronson and adopted into a Polish-American family when only 8 months old. At the age of 8 years old he received his first guitar and wrote his first song at the age of 9, all under the instruction of his adopted mother how played a big part in his musical development. With his newfound nationality Randy formed his own Polish music orchestra while still in his teens. His public music career began in front of audiences of disabled veterans, nursing home residents, and wedding receptions with a vast repertoire including Catholic Spirituals, Polkas, Rock-n-Roll, and Country. His major musical influence came from his favorite LP of Hank Williams Sr. "14 Greatest Hits."

His catalog of songs number in excess of 700 songs being written and over 100 songs being recorded by Nashville's major market recording artists as well as over 200 independent recordings. Randy is currently signed exclusively country music publishing company iKahnNashville and iKahnRecords in Nashville Tennessee with a multi-album deal with iKahn Records and a management deal with iKahnNashville Entertainment Group . He currently resides in White House Tennessee with his wife of three years and his sons.
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