Detroit native Dennis Robbins first made himself known in The Rockets, and later in the country band "Billy Hill", which included songwriters Bob DiPiero and John Scott Sherrill. Between 1986 and 1994, Robbins released three albums, and charted in the top 40 with "Home Sweet Home".


One of the more successful country music groups of the 1990s, their hits have included Every Once in a While, Days of America, and Goodbye Says It All. He also co-wrote "Next to You, Next to Me" for Shenandoah and "Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House" for Garth Brooks.






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