Bob Doyle

Bob Doyle

Bob Doyle is owner and President of Major Bob/Rio Bravo Music, a well-known publishing and production entity, and Bob Doyle & Associates, a successful Artist Management firm. The long time manager of Garth Brooks, Bob also manages Universal South artist George Canyon (Canadian Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year – 2005), Warner Bro.’s new country singer Lane Turner, and artist Jonathan Pierce. As a publisher, Doyle’s companies are responsible for such hits as “If Tomorrow Never Comes”, “Unanswered Prayers”, “The River”, and “Rodeo”, and is credited with forty ASCAP publisher awards and four BMI Million Performance Songs. Chart hits include “What Do You Say” (Reba McEntire), SESAC Song of the Year “The Fool” (Lee Ann Womack), “Commitment” (Lee Ann Rimes), “There Goes My Life” (Kenny Chesney), and “Fast Cars and Freedom” (Rascal Flatts). Doyle is the former Director of Membership Relations at the ASCAP Nashville office. Prior to his ASCAP tenure, Doyle served as Assistant Director of A&R at Warner Bros. Records. He is currently retired as a pilot and Lt. Col. with the Tennessee Air National Guard, having served in Desert Storm.