Originally from Caddo Oklahoma, Roger Springer moved to Nashville in 1989 and was immediately offered a writing deal with Warner Chappell. That same year he signed an artist deal with MCA which eventually led to several collaborations with platinum selling artist Mark Chesnutt. Their partnership yielded more than twenty cuts, including four singles and two #1 hits ("It's A Little Too Late" and "Thank God For Believers").

In the 20 years since he's been in Nashville, Springer has landed 65 songs with such artists as George Strait, Kenny Rogers, Clay Walker, Sammy Kershaw, David Kersh, Mark Wills and Doug Supernaw. He lists recording a duet with Merle Haggard in 1999 one of his greatest career highlights.

Roger is currently enjoying a cut on Mark Chesnutt's latest album Rollin' With The Flow, and the song "Dancin' In Circles" with hot, young Nashville act Love & Theft.