Dallas Davidson is an American country music singer and songwriter with a net worth of four million dollars. Dallas Davidson was created in Albany, Georgia, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee in the early 2000s in order to pursue a songwriting career full time. The career writing of his for Big Borassa Music was begun by him, and then proceeded to sign with EMI Music Publishing Nashville. Of the course of the career of his he's written numerous country hits, including "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" performed by Trace Adkins, "Start a Band" performed by Keith Urban and Brad Paisley, and "That's How Country Boys Roll" performed by Billy Currington. He also co wrote Justin Moore's "If Heaven Was not Up to now Lady and Away" Antebellum's "Just a Kiss" as well as the Night" was Owned by "we. He's received numerous awards, including the award for ACM Songwriter of the entire year in 2012 and the BMI Country Songwriter of the Year in 2011. Dallas Davidson is actually married to Natalia Starzynski Davidson after 2014. The ex wife Sarah Davidson of his appeared on the TNT reality series "The Private Lives of Nashville Wives". A team of wealthy girls in Nashville that are married to males that are working in the country music business is followed by the show. The show premiered on February twenty four, 2014 to surprisingly big ratings.
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