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Baker & Meyers Biography

Baker & Meyers Biography

Baker & Myers was an American country music duo composed of Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriters Gary Baker and Frank J. Myers, who first worked as songwriters for other country music artists; one of their most notable compositions is John Michael Montgomery's 1994 crossover hit "I Swear". In 1987, Myers teamed up with Gary Baker to write the song "I Swear". The song remained unrecorded for seven years, until John Michael Montgomery cut it in 1994. Montgomery's version went on to become a Number One single on the country charts; in addition, it netted a Grammy Award for Best Country Song. Pop group All-4-One later enjoyed crossover success with the same song. Shortly afterward, Frank and Gary were signed to MCG/Curb Records as the duo Baker & Myers. A self-titled debut album was released in 1995 on the label, producing three minor chart singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. Although they never recorded after the release of that album, both Baker and Myers have continued their careers as songwriters. In 2002, they co-wrote "I'm Already There" for Lonestar. A Number One hit on the country music charts for six weeks, it was also declared 2002's Country Song of the year by BMI. Myers also co-wrote Lonestar's 2003 single "My Front Porch Looking In", also a Number One.

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