The country song 'Good Morning Beautiful' is performed by Steve Holy. Thanks for using AnswerParty!
Steve Holy (born February 23, 1972) is an American country music singer. Signed to Curb Records since 1999, he has released three studio albums: 2000's Blue Moon, 2006's Brand New Girlfriend, and 2011's Love Don't Run. Fifteen of his singles have entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the Number One hits "Good Morning Beautiful" (which was featured in the movie Angel Eyes) and "Brand New Girlfriend".
Love Don't Run
The Billboard charts tabulate the relative weekly popularity of songs or albums in the United States. The results are published in Billboard magazine.
Love Don't Run is the third studio album by American country music artist Steve Holy. It was released on September 13, 2011 via Curb Records. The album includes an acoustic version of Holy's 2001 number one single, "Good Morning Beautiful."
"If It Gets You Where You Wanna Go" was covered by Canadian country music artist Dallas Smith on his debut album Jumped Right In and released as a single in March 2012.
Todd Cerney (August 8, 1953 – March 14, 2011) was an American songwriter and musician.
He composed "Good Morning Beautiful", a 2002 five-week country number one (Billboard) hit for Steve Holy (co-written with Zack Lyle); "The Blues Is My Business" (co-written with Kevin Bowe), part of Etta James' 2003 Grammy Award winning album "Let's Roll"; and "I'll Still Be Loving You", a 1987 country number one (Billboard) hit for Restless Heart (co-written with Pam Rose, Mary Ann Kennedy, and Pat Bunch). He and his co-writers were nominated for a Grammy Award for "I'll Still Be Loving You". The song won the 1988 award for "ASCAP Country Song of the Year".
Good Morning Beautiful
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