Major Bob Music, a publishing division owned by Bob Doyle, whose writers include Alysa Vanderheym, Josh London, Harrison Kindy, Steven McMorran, Garth Brooks and Larry Bastian. Recently celebrated 30 years on the Row. A few of their hits include If Tomorrow Never Comes (Brooks), Fly Over States (Jason Aldean), American Honey (Lady Antebellum), Crash and Burn (Thomas Rhett), DONE. (The Band Perry), Where It's At (Dustin Lynch), I Like The Sound Of That (Rascal Flatts), and It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To (Billy Currington). Doyle co-wrote the No. 1 Good Ride Cowboy (Brooks) and was recently inducted into the IEBA (International Entertainment Buyers Association) Hall of Fame. Bob Doyle's career also includes roles at ASCAP, Warner Bros. Records, and as a pilot in the United States Air Force.