Don Schlitz is the 2-time Grammy Award winner singer-songwriter of "The Gambler" and "Forever and Ever, Amen"; he's won 3 Country Music Association Song of the Year Awards; he's a 4-time ASCAP Country Songwriter of the Year; he's written 24, #1 singles including "On The Other Hand," "I Take My Chances," "The Greatest," "When You Say Nothing At All" and many more; he wrote the soundtrack for the Broadway Musical, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer." In 2010, he was honored with the Academy of Country Music's Poet's Award for lifetime achievement in songwriting. He's the ultimate Nashville insider. And yet there are millions of people out there who know Don Schlitz but have never heard of him. They know his wisdom, as conveyed in a Gambler's advice. They know his empathy, as heard in "Give Me Wings." They know his conviction, as heard in "Old School" and "On The Other Hand," and they've known his humor since the day they heard Mary Chapin Carpenter singing "I Feel Lucky."