Walt Aldridge

Country, Composer

1955 –


Who is Walt Aldridge?

James Walton "Walt" Aldridge, Jr. is an American musician, singer, songwriter, engineer and record producer.

Aldridge is known primarily as a Nashville songwriter. He has written dozens of hit Country songs including the Number One hits " No Gettin' Over Me" by Ronnie Milsap, "Holding Her and Loving You" by Earl Thomas Conley, "Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde" by Travis Tritt, and "I Loved Her First" - recorded by Heartland. He is listed as a "Music Achiever" by the Alabama Music Hall of Fame, which is a precursor to future induction, and has been awarded a star on their Walk of Fame.

In the late 1980s, Aldridge also sang lead vocals in the band The Shooters, a country band which charted seven singles for Epic Records.

Aldridge is an alumnus of the University of North Alabama, and has recently signed back on to teach at UNA in the Entertainment Industry Program in the Fall of 2011.

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Nov 12, 1955
Also known as
  • Aldridge, Walt
  • United States of America

on July 23, 2013


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