Trevor Rosen is a hit songwriter and musician from Woodhaven, Michigan, a small suburb of Detroit. A founding member of the hit supergroup, Old Dominion, he co-wrote hit songs: Break Up With Him, Snapback and Song For Another Time from their debut album Meat and Candy.
The Nashville Association of Independent Publishers named Rosen and the other members of Old Dominion the 2016 Songwriter/Artist of the Year, the same year they were honored as the Music Row Best New Artist and the Academy of Country Music’s Best New Duo/Group of the Year.
His songwriting accolades expand well beyond Old Dominion’s success, as he has written multiple #1 songs including Dierks Bentley’s Say You Do, The Band Perry's Better Dig Two, Blake Shelton’s Sangria and the longest charting #1 song in Country Aircheck history, William Michael Morgan’s I Met A Girl. He has also written songs recorded by Jake Owen, Scotty McCreery, Keith Urban, Craig Morgan, Dustin Lynch, Randy Houser, and Randy Rogers Band.
Rosen is currently in the studio with Old Dominion recording their sophomore album, as they prepare to release a new single soon.