Troy Verges

Troy Verges

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Troy Verges
Origin Louisiana, U.S.
Genres Country, pop
Occupations Songwriter
Years active 2000s-present

Troy Verges is an American songwriter from Louisiana.

His credits include the singles "Wanted" recorded by Hunter Hayes, "Beer Money" recorded by Kip Moore, "Who I Am" recorded by Jessica Andrews, "Blessed" recorded by Martina McBride, "Wasted" recorded by Carrie Underwood and "I Want Crazy" [1] recorded by Hunter Hayes, all of which went to number one on the country music charts. "Wanted" was ACM nominated in 2013 for Song Of the Year,[2] while "I Want Crazy" received a 2014 Grammy nomination.[3] Verges was named "Songwriter of the Year" in 2002 by Broadcast Music Incorporated and "Songwriter of the Year" by the Nashville Songwriters Association International. In 2011 Verges garnered both and Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe nomination in the Best Original Song category for his composition "Coming Home" from the movie "Country Strong". "Wanted," composed by Hunter Hayes and Troy Verges, took home Song Of The Year honors at the 2013 BMI Country Awards.[4] His first cut as a songwriter was a track on Faith Hill's Breathe.[5] He produced and mixed the Anders Osborne album Coming Down [6]

List of songs co-written by Verges

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