Gary Baker

Gary Baker

born on 8/8/1952 in Niagara Falls, NY, United States

Gary Baker (songwriter)

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Gary Baker (songwriter)

Gary Baker (born September 8, 1952 in Niagara Falls, New York[1]) is an American country music singer and songwriter.


In the late 1970s, Baker was a musician with the LeBlanc and Carr Band. Baker was also a singer musician with the country pop band, The Shooters. He has written songs for John Michael Montgomery, Alabama and others. Baker has been writing with his song writing partner, Frank J. Myers since 1988, both having played in Marie Osmond's band. Baker and Myers' most successful song as songwriters is "I Swear", recorded by both All 4-One and John Michael Montgomery. The song sold more than 20 million copies internationally,[2] and won the 1995 Grammy for "Best Country Song".[3] In 1995, he and Myers recorded one album on Curb Records as the duo Baker & Myers.


Baker lives in Sheffield, Alabama with his wife and his two sons, Brett and Cole.

See also

  • Baker & Myers


  1. Gary Baker Bio
  2. "Gary Baker has Midas Touch"
  3. "Grammy Awards: Best Country Song"

External links

  • Gary Baker at the Internet Movie Database
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