David Cook’s ‘Time of My Life” Wins Song Of The Year at the Nashville Music Awards

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David Cook’s winners single, “The Time of My Life” nabbed Song of the Year at the Nashville Music Awards last night, according to CMT.com.

Read about it HERE.

The announcement was made at an event at the Cannery ballroom near Nashville’s music row.

Debuting at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in May 2008, “The Time of My Life” has sold more than 1M downloads. The song peaked at #1 on the Adult Contemporary Tracks chart, and remained there for 11 weeks. “The Time of My Life” was used during the 2008 Summer Olympics games. A few months later, David performed it on Oprah Winfrey’s 2008 premiere, honoring the Olympic gold medalists.

Songwriter Regie Hamm entered the song “Time Of My Life” to the Season 7 songwriters contest at the encouragement of his wife Yolanda. After the song was played during the 2008 Winter Olympics in China, Hamm wrote a blog about how the challenges his family faced after adopting a special needs child from China inspired him to write “The Time of My Life”.

A big congratulations to both David Cook and Regie Hamm…

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