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Wayne Kirkpatrick is a Songwriter, Producer and Artisan in Nashville, TN

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Wayne Kirkpatrick is a Nashville songwriter and
producer who has been actively working in the music
business now for over 28 years. He’s had several top
ten songs including “Every Heartbeat”, “Good For Me”,
recorded by Amy Grant, “Place In This World” by
Michael W. Smith and “Wrapped Up In You” by Garth
Brooks.

Wayne has had songs recorded by many artists in a
wide variety of genres, from Bonnie Raitt and Joe Cocker
to Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Martina McBride, Susan
Ashton, Peter Frampton, Kristin Chenoweth and T-Pain.
He won the Grammy for Song of the Year in 1997…

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  • Joined May 9, 2011

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About

Wayne Kirkpatrick is a Songwriter, Producer and Artisan in Nashville, TN

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Wayne Kirkpatrick is a Nashville songwriter and
producer who has been actively working in the music
business now for over 28 years. He’s had several top
ten songs including “Every Heartbeat”, “Good For Me”,
recorded by Amy Grant, “Place In This World” by
Michael W. Smith and “Wrapped Up In You” by Garth
Brooks.

Wayne has had songs recorded by many artists in a
wide variety of genres, from Bonnie Raitt and Joe Cocker
to Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Martina McBride, Susan
Ashton, Peter Frampton, Kristin Chenoweth and T-Pain.
He won the Grammy for Song of the Year in 1997
for “Change the World”, recorded by Eric Clapton, a song
that remained No. 1 on the Billboard chart for 13 weeks.
He has also been a writer and producer for the
grammy nominated country group, Little Big Town,
yielding 4 top ten singles – “Boondocks”, “Bring it on
Home”, “A Little More You” and most recently, “Little
White Church”.

In an attempt to find alternative creative outlets
over the years, Wayne started making “a bunch of stuff
from a bunch of crap” in his garage – mixed media art
that included, among other things, making clocks from
vintage board games. Soon, what started as a hobby
became a “hobby gone wild”. After amassing quite a
collection of art pieces, he decided to “go public” in 2011
and The Junk Bunk was born. Since then,
his work has been covered in two local magazines,
Southern Exposure and Nashville Arts and
Entertainment, where his clocks are featured as part of
The Most Interesting Things in Nashville.

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