Roger Bowling Net Worth

Roger Bowling Net Worth is
$20 Million

Roger Bowling Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Roger D. Bowling (December 3, 1944 Helton, Leslie County, Kentucky – December 26, 1982 in Georgia) was a Nashville songwriter in the 1970s who specialized in Country music. His best-known songs include "Lucille" (co-written with Hal Bynum), and "Coward of the County" (co-written with Billy Ed Wheeler), both recorded by Kenny Rogers, and "Blanket on the Ground", "What I've Got In Mind", and "57 Chevrolet", recorded by Billie Jo Spears.In 1977 his song "Lucille" won the CMA Song Of The Year award. As an artist, he wrote and recorded "Always One Redneck Away From Loving You" (co-written with Dorset poet Maxwell Langdown), and "Yellow Pages" for Mercury Records. He also performed the opening theme song "Heal It", and the closing credits song "Friday Night Fool" (which he wrote) for the feature film The Exterminator (1982), on Embassy Pictures.

Date Of Birth1944-12-03
ProfessionSoundtrack, Writer


Passion & Poetry: Sam's Trucker Movie2013Documentary writer: "Blanket on the Ground"
Stars in Their Eyes1993-1999TV Series writer - 2 episodes
Mystery Science Theater 30001994TV Series writer - 1 episode
Roomies1987TV Series writer - 1 episode
Coward of the County1981TV Movie writer: "Coward of the County"
They All Laughed1981writer: "THAT'S THE WAY IT IS"
The Exterminator1980performer: "Heal It", "Friday Night Fool" / writer: "Friday Night Fool"
Top of the Pops1977-1980TV Series writer - 5 episodes
WKRP in Cincinnati1980TV Series writer - 1 episode
Convoy1978writer: "Blanket on the Ground", "Lucille"
Trackdown1976lyrics: "I Ain't Got Nobody" / music: "I Ain't Got Nobody"


Coward of the County1981TV Movie based on the song written by

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