Pat Bunch

Pat Bunch is an American country music songwriter. Much of her earlier chart hits resulted from collaborations with fellow songwriters Mary Ann Kennedy and Pam Rose. Since 1995 Bunch has also had multiple chart successes co-writing with Doug Johnson. Bunch's co-writing credits include the Grammy Award-nominated song "I'll Still Be Loving You" by Restless Heart.[1] Other songs that she has written include "Wild One" by Faith Hill and "Living in a Moment" by Ty Herndon.

Pat Bunch
GenresCountry
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
InstrumentsGuitar, vocals
Years active1979–present

Chart Singles Written by Pat BunchEdit

The following is a list of Pat Bunch compositions that were chart hits. [2]

Year Single Title Recording Artist Chart Positions
Billboard Hot 100 Billboard AC Billboard Country
1979 Ten Thousand and One
co-written with Dan Mitchell
Connie Smith 88
1984 Me Against the Night
co-written with Mary Ann Kennedy & Pam Rose
Crystal Gayle 4
1985 The First Word in Memory Is Me
co-written with Mary Ann Kennedy & Pam Rose
Janie Fricke 7
1985 Somebody Else's Fire
co-written with Mary Ann Kennedy & Pam Rose
Janie Fricke 4
1987 I'll Still Be Loving You
co-written with Mary Ann Kennedy, Todd Cerney & Pam Rose
Restless Heart 33 3 1
1987 He's Letting Go
co-written with Mary Ann Kennedy & Pam Rose
Baillie & the Boys 18
1993 Wild One
co-written with Jaime Kyle & Will Rambeaux
Faith Hill 1
1994 You Wouldn't Say That to a Stranger
co-written with Doug Crider
Suzy Bogguss 43
1995 I Want My Goodbye Back
co-written with Dave Berg & Doug Johnson
Ty Herndon 7
1995 Love Like This
co-written with Mary Ann Kennedy & Pam Rose
Carlene Carter 70
1995 Safe in the Arms of Love
co-written with Mary Ann Kennedy & Pam Rose
Martina McBride 4
1995 What If Jesus Comes Back Like That
co-written with Doug Johnson
Collin Raye 21
1996 Living in a Moment
co-written with Doug Johnson
Ty Herndon 1
1997 I Have to Surrender
co-written with Doug Johnson
Ty Herndon 17
1999 Slow Dance More
co-written with Doug Johnson
Kenny Rogers 67
2000 Santa's Got a Semi
co-written with Doug Johnson
Keith Harling 60
2000 I Need You All the Time
co-written with Jimmy Price & Shane Teeters
Blackhawk 40
2001 Even Then
co-written with Shane Teeters
John Michael Montgomery 59
2005 She Didn't Have Time
co-written with Nicole Witt
Terri Clark 25
2006 Come On Rain
co-written with Doug Johnson
Steve Holy 35
2013 Better I Don't
co-written with Chris Janson and Kelly Janson
Chris Janson 40

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Mary Ann Kennedy biography". Mary Ann Kennedy. Archived from the original on October 9, 2011. Retrieved October 7, 2009.
  2. ^ "Pat Bunch Chart Listing". Pat Bunch. Retrieved February 27, 2012.