Marcus Hummon

born on 28/12/1960 in Washington, DC, MD, United States

Marcus Hummon

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Marcus Hummon

Marcus Spencer Hummon (born December 28, 1960 in Washington, DC) is an American country music artist. After several years of playing in various bands, he eventually found his way to Nashville, Tennessee, where he was signed to a songwriting contract, and subsequently a record deal with Columbia Records, which released his debut album All in Good Time in 1995 and produced a No. 73 single on the Hot Country Songs charts in "God's Country." Hummon has also released several studio albums on his own label, Velvet Armadillo.

Hummon has also co-written songs for many country music artists, including Top 40 singles for Tim McGraw, Wynonna Judd, and Alabama,[1][2] as well as three Number One country hits: "Cowboy Take Me Away" by Dixie Chicks, "Born to Fly" by Sara Evans, and "Bless the Broken Road" by Rascal Flatts. "Bless the Broken Road" had previously been a minor chart single in 1998 for Melodie Crittenden as well. In 2005, Rascal Flatts' version earned Hummon a Grammy Award for Best Country Song.[2] Hummon also co-produced Last of the Good Guys, the debut album for the country group One Flew South, in addition to co-writing several of the songs on it.

List of singles composed by Marcus Hummon

  • Alabama "The Cheap Seats"
  • Suzy Bogguss "No Way Out"
  • Dixie Chicks "Ready to Run", "Cowboy Take Me Away"
  • Sara Evans "Born to Fly"
  • Hal Ketchum "Mama Knows the Highway", "Every Little Word"
  • Wynonna Judd "Only Love"
  • Lauren Lucas "What You Ain't Gonna Get"
  • Tim McGraw "One of These Days"
  • One Flew South "My Kind of Beautiful"
  • Rascal Flatts "Bless the Broken Road"
  • SHeDAISY "Get Over Yourself"
  • Steve Wariner "Road Trippin'"
  • Western Flyer  "Friday Night Stampede"
  • Bryan White "Love Is the Right Place"
  • Chely Wright  "Jezebel"

Hummon previously recorded "Bless the Broken Road" and "One of These Days" on his 1995 debut album All in Good Time.



Title Album details
All in Good Time
The Sound of One Fan Clapping
  • Release date: 1997
  • Label: Velvet Armadillo Records
Looking for the Child
  • Release date: 1999
  • Label: Velvet Armadillo Records
Francis of Guernica
  • Release date: 2001
  • Label: Velvet Armadillo Records
  • Release date: September 25, 2001
  • Label: Velvet Armadillo Records
American Duet
  • Release date: 2003
  • Label: Velvet Armadillo Records
Revolution EP
  • Release date: 2003
  • Label: Velvet Armadillo Records
  • Release date: March 1, 2005
  • Label: Velvet Armadillo Records
Nowhere to Go but Up
  • Release date: April 27, 2005
  • Label: Velvet Armadillo Records
Surrender Road
  • Release date: December 21, 2005
  • Label: Velvet Armadllo Records
  • Release date: May 1, 2010
  • Label: self-released


Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country
1996 "God's Country" 73 All in Good Time
"Honky Tonk Mona Lisa"
2005 "Revolution" single only
"" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos

Year Video Director
1996 "Honky Tonk Mona Lisa"[3] R. Brad Murano


  1. Ankeny, Jason. [Marcus Hummon at All Music Guide Marcus Hummon biography]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2007-11-18.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bjorke, Matt. Matt's Songwriter Spotlight - Marcus Hummon. Retrieved on 2007-11-18.
  3. CMT : Videos : Marcus Hummon : Honky Tonk Mona Lisa. Country Music Television. Retrieved on October 14, 2011.

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