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Matraca Berg,born February 3rd 1964 in Nashville, Tennessee, is a country music singer-songwriter who has written hits for artists like Martina McBride (“Wild Angels”, “Cry On The Shoulder of The Road”), Suzy Bogguss (“Hey Cinderella”), Trisha Yearwood (“XXs And OOS”, “Wrong Side Of Memphis”, “Everybody Knows”), Pam Tillis (“Calico Plains”), Deana Carter (“We Danced Anyway”), The Dixie Chicks (“If I Fall You’re Going Down With Me”), and Gretchen Wilson (“I Dont Feel Like Loving You Today”).

Berg wrote the classic, which was CMA Song of the Year, “Strawberry Wine” for Deana Carter. She has recorded several solo albums, and continues writing for others whilst working on her new album.

She recently participated in the successful Wine Women and Song tour of the US and the UK with fellow artists Gretchen Peters and Suzy Bogguss

Edited by bicknor on 12 Apr 2012, 16:02

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