Jerry Chesnut

born on 7/5/1931 in Harlan, KY, United States

died on 15/12/2018 in Nashville, TN, United States

Links www.jerrychesnut.net (English)

Jerry Chesnut

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Jerry Donald Chesnut (born May 7, 1931) is an American country music songwriter. His hits include "A Good Year for the Roses" (recorded by Alan Jackson and George Jones) and "T-R-O-U-B-L-E" (recorded by Elvis Presley).

Born and raised in Harlan County, Kentucky he moved to Nashville in 1958 to pursue his career. In 1968 Jerry Lee Lewis's hit recording of Chesnut's "Another Place, Another Time" was nominated for a Grammy Award.

He is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Selective list of Chesnut songs

This list includes the song title and artist/s who have recorded the song.

External links

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