Nashville’s country music community is mourning the death of a songwriter behind several top hits.
Andrew Dorff has died, according to the Nashville Songwriters Association International.
As a writer for Universal Music Publishing Group Nashville, he wrote the no. 1 hits “My Eyes” and “Neon Light” by Blake Shelton, Kenny Chesney’s “Save It For a Rainy Day,” and Hunter Hayes’ “Somebody’s Heartbreak.”
Chase Rice tweeted the following, “No words. Andrew Dorff I don’t even know what to say man. Heart broken. You’ll be missed. A great songwriter taken way too young.”
And Chris Young, “So incredibly sad to hear… No words for this… “
Sending our best to the Dorff family, friends, and the songwriting community.
Dorff also wrote the emotional hit “Bleed Red” by Ronnie Dunn. Have a listen.