John Anderson's greatest hits featuring "Catch a falling star" by Bobby Braddock.
Blake Shelton's debut album featuring Bobby Braddock material and produced by Bobby Himself.
Pull My Chain features the 5 week smash hit of 2001, "I Wanna Talk About Me" written by Bobby Braddock.
George Jone 16 biggest hits contains the "Greatest Country Song of All Time" "He stopped loving her today" written by, you guessed it, Bobby Braddock.
John Conlee, live at Billy Bob's features a great Bobby Braddock hit song, "I don't remember loving you."
The Best of Tracy Lawrence features two awesome Bobby Braddock songs, "Time Marches On" and "Texas Tornado."
The Songwriter

Bobby is one of the most highly regarded songwriters in the music industry.  His name brings about awe from young songwriter hopefuls and respect from his peers.  He has been crafting songs professionally for nearly four decades, with success in each.  Bobby is a member of the Nashville Songwriter's Hall of Fame, he has written 13 number one hits and has received 29 BMI performance awards to date.  If you were to ask almost any country music fan to name either their top five favorite country songs of all time, or five songs they consider to be country music standards, there is more than a good chance that Bobby wrote one of them. 
From "D-I-V-O-R-C-E", to what is widely regarded as the greatest country song of all time,
"He Stopped Loving Her Today", Bobby has graced the world with timeless classics. 
And the best part is that he is still cranking them out.

Bobby's songs are published by Sony/ Tree Publishing where he has had an exclusive publishing deal since 1964. lists Bobby's published songs in two separate areas, the links are below. Link 1 Link 2

Below is a partial discography of Bobby's hits, we are working to provide a complete listing in the near future.

Come On In ~ Jerry Lee Lewis

Country Music Lover ~ "Little" Jimmy Dickens ~ (1967)

Did You Ever ~ Charlie Louvin and Melba Montgomery (1971)

D-I-V-O-R-C-E ~ Tammy Wynette ~ Co-writer:Curly Putman (1967)
Bobby's first #1 hit, Nominated for CMA song of the year in 1968.

Fadin' In, Fadin' Out ~ Tommy Overstreet ~ Co-writer: Sonny Throckmorton (1978)

Faking Love ~ T.G. Sheppard, Karen Brooks ~ Co-writer: Matraca Berg ~ #1 (1982)

Golden Ring ~ Tammy Wynette, George Jones ~ Co-writer: Rafe VanHoy (1976)

Hard Times ~ Lacy J. Dalton ~ (1980)

Her Name Is ~ George Jones ~ #1 (1976)

He Stopped Loving Her Today ~ George Jones ~ Co-writer: Curly Putman #1 (1980)
Won CMA song of the year for 1980 & 1981.

I Believe the South Is Gonna Rise Again ~ Tanya Tucker (1975)

I Don't Remember Loving You ~ John Conlee ~ Co-writer: Harlan Howard #10

I Feel Like Loving You Again ~ T.G. Sheppard ~ Co-writer: Sonny Throckmorton (1980)

I Wanna Talk About Me ~ Toby Keith ~ #1 for 5 weeks! (2001)

Nothing Ever Hurt Me (Half As Bad as Losing You) ~ George Jones (1973)

Old Flames have New Names ~ Mark Chesnutt ~ Co-writer: Rafe VanHoy (1992)

Peanuts and Diamonds ~ Bill Anderson (1976)

People Are Crazy ~ Billy Currington ~ #1 ~ Co-writer: Troy Jones (2009)
(Most played song on country radio for 2009)

Ruthless ~ Statler Brothers (1967)

Silent Partners ~ Waylon Jennings

Something to Brag About ~ Mary Kay Place with Willie Nelson (1978)

Texas Tornado ~ Tracy Lawrence (1995)

They Call It Making Love ~ Tammy Wynette (1979)

Thinking Of A Rendezvous ~ Johnny Duncan ~ Co-writer: Sonny Throckmorton ~ #1 (1976)

Time Marches On ~ Tracy Lawrence ~ #1 (1995)
Nominated for CMA song of the year in 1996 & 1997.

Wild Irish Rose ~ George Jones

Womanhood ~ Tammy Wynette ~ #1 (1978)

Would They Love Him Down in Shreveport ~ Oak Ridge Boys ~ Top Ten (1967)

Would You Catch A Falling Star ~ John Anderson (1982)  Top 10 Single.

You Can't Have Your Kate & Edith Too ~ The Statler Brothers ~ Co-writer: Curly Putman
Top Ten Single