Between 1990 and 1996, Rob charted eight singles on the United States. Billboard Hot Country & Tracks charts. He has also recorded six studio albums, with his most recent, Catfish Day, being released in 2007. He also co-wrote Eric Paslay"s 2014 single "Friday Night", The Common Linnets" 2014 single "Calm After the Storm", Martina McBride"s 2003 single "Concrete Angel", Andy Griggs" 2000 single "She"s More" and Lee Greenwood"s 1990 single "Holdin" a Good Hand" and has written songs for Lady Antebellum, Carl Perkins, Paul Simon, Brooks & Dunn, Restless Heart, Blackhawk, Darryl Worley, Boy Howdy, Ty Herndon, Don Williams, Ilse DeLange, Trace Adkins, Lee Brice and more.
Rob Crosby was born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina.
He wrote his first song when he was 9 years old, and by the time he started the fifth grade, he had his own band, The Radiations. In 1984, Crosby moved to Nashville with his family and began playing in local clubs.
Music career After a performance at a songwriter"s night, Crosby was signed to Arista Nashville. The label released his debut album, Solid Ground, in 1991.
In 1995, he signed with River North and released his third album, Starting Now.
Both singles released from the project peaked outside of the top 60 on Billboard. Crosby returned in 2003 on Civil Service Commission Records with One Light in the Dark, a collection of original songs. He has released two albums since, 2003"s Time Is a Gypsy and 2007"s Catfish Day.