Ever since the Gibson Miller Band disbanded in the 90’s, Dave Gibson, the band’s lead singer and guitar player continued to perform, record and above all write. He penned alone and with co-writers 7 number-one hits and numerous charted singles.
Gibson’s success began as a songwriter with number-one cuts like "If It Don't Come Easy" by Tanya Tucker, "Ships That Don't Come In" by Joe Diffie, "Jukebox on my Mind" by Alabama and "Queen of Memphis" & "Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind" (which Gibson wrote with Bernie Nelson) by Confederate Railroad. in 1994, the Gibson Miller Band received the Academy of Country Music's award for Top New Vocal Duo or Group beating out Blackhawk and Boy Howdy.
Many of the songs Dave wrote became signature songs for famous artists, like “Lonely and Gone” for Montgomery Gentry, “Jukebox in My Mind” for Alabama and Confederate Railroad. “Midnight Fire“ with Steve Wariner charted #2. Additionally, Gibson scored numerous charted hits by Reba, Randy Travis, Conway Twitty, Pam Tillis, Tammy Wynette and Marie Osmond.