Will Nance
Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Wil Nance is an established Nashville writer who has penned numerous hits.

In 1999, Wil received a BMI Award for "ROUND ABOUT WAY" , a #1 Hit Single for George Strait (co-writer Steve Dean) and in 2004 received a BMI Award for "COOL TO BE A FOOL" (Joe Nichols), Some of his other songwriting credits include "YOU ARE" (John Michael Montgomery), "NEXT TO NOTHIN'" (Gene Watson), "SAME BOOTS" (Neal McCoy) "EVERYTHING'S A THING" (Joe Nichols & Craig Morgan) "MR. RIGHT NOW" (McHayes), "BIG TIME LONESOME" (Diamond Rio) "IT'S ME" (Craig Morgan), "WHAT YOU DO TO ME" (Craig Morgan), and "LONESOME LOVELIST" (Jerry Kilgore), "BANG BANG (Shoot Em' Up Cowboy)" (Gabby Nolan).

Nance’s cuts with AWMG include “She’s Everything” and “Hard to Say Hello” co-written and recorded by Brad Paisley, “Just Like Her” and “You’re Why God Made Me” recorded by Tracy Lawrence, “Honky Tonk Girl” Recorded by Joe Nichols and “I Get to” recorded by Blue County.