Marc Besson

Marc Beeson’s career in country music stretches from the 80’s to today.

"When She Cries," recorded by Restless Hearts and written by Marc Beeson
"Let Me" by Marc Beeson, recorded by Pat Green

    Marc Beeson’s career in country music stretches from the 80’s to today. Along the way he has co-written top hits for Exile, and “When She Cries,” which was recorded by Restless heart and won both the Country Song of the Year and the Pop Song of the Year awards from the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.

    From Champaign, Illinois, Beeson moved to Nashville in 1990. He’s had over 100 songs recorded by major music artists including Reba McIntire, Blake Shelton, Chicago, Martina McBride, and LeAnn Rimes.

    In addition to writing and performing, Marc has worked with ASCAP as a mentor for students enrolled in a music business program.