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Paul Overstreet

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Born Mar 17, 1955

Paul Lester Overstreet is an American country music singer and songwriter. He recorded 10 studio albums between 1982 and 2005, and charted 16 singles on the Billboard country charts, including two No.  1 hits. He has also written singles for several other country acts, including No.  1 hits for Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, and Keith Whitley, as well as hits for The Judds and Kenny Chesney.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1955 Birth Born on March 17, 1955.

TWENTIES

1982 27 Years Old 1 More Event
He recorded 10 studio albums between 1982 and 2005, and charted 16 singles on the Billboard country charts, including two No. 1 hits. … Read More

THIRTIES

1987 32 Years Old 1 More Event
After co-writing Tanya Tucker's 1987 single "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love" with Don Schlitz, Overstreet and fellow singer-songwriter Paul Davis became guest vocalists on the song, which became a Number One hit that year.
1988 33 Years Old In 1988, Overstreet signed to RCA Nashville as a solo artist. … Read More
1990 35 Years Old His second album, 1990's Heroes, produced his only solo Number One in its lead-off single "Daddy's Come Around", which was followed by the Top Tens "Heroes" and "Ball and Chain". … Read More

FIFTIES

2013 58 Years Old In 2013, Overstreet starred in a TV pilot titled Nashville Unplugged Live taped in Las Vegas and produced and directed by Michael A. Bloom. … Read More
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