Kyle Jacobs

Biography:

Kyle Jacobs moved to Nashville from Minneapolis, MN in 2000 and achieved his first significant success as a writer in 2003 with Kimberly Locke's Top 10 AC single "8th World Wonder."  In 2007 Kyle wrote what became the fastest rising single in the history of country music, Garth Brooks' “More Than A Memory”, which debuted at #1.  Kyle also co-wrote the Top 10 singles “Still” by Tim McGraw and “Dust” by Eli Young Band. Kyle has also produced four #1 singles for Lee Brice, “Hard To Love”, “I Drive Your Truck”, “Drinking Class” as well as “Rumor” which is also Kyle’s latest #1 as a songwriter.