Born in Panama City, Florida, Clint Daniels is an American country music singer and songwriter. He was signed as a solo artist with Arista Nashville in 1998. There, Daniels released four songs, two of which charted on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs.
In 2003, Daniels signed with Epic Records but never released an album. Having already co-written his first Number One single for Joe Nichols (Brokenheartsville), he focused his career on songwriting and has been primarily known for his songwriting and performing at showcases across the country.
As a BMI award-winning songwriter, Daniels has co-written Number One singles for Joe Nichols, Montgomery Gentry (Roll With Me) and most recently, Eric Church (Some Of It). His songs have helped shape country music for almost 20 years and have been recorded by George Strait, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn, Clay Walker, Easton Corbin, Jon Pardi, Brandy Clark and other country acts.
In 2019, Daniels signed a co-venture publishing deal with BMG and Porchlight Music. In 2020, he was both nominated for a Grammy (country song of the year) and an ACM for the song, Some Of It.
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