Rob Hatch

Hit Songwriter

Rob Hatch, from Cross City, Florida, moved to Nashville in 2001.

He achieved his first #1 song, “If Heaven Wasn’t So far Away” recorded by Justin Moore in 2008.

In 2014, Hatch would be named as the SESAC Songwriter of the year fueled by his 2 number 1 songs, “Goodnight Kiss” by Randy Houser and “I Don’t Dance” by Lee Brice which was awarded the 2014 ACM’s Single Of The Year and has since went double platinum.

Label Exec

In 2020 Hatch co-founded his independent record label “Pump House Records” with longtime friend Lee Brice.

Pump House Records is a forward-thinking artist development collective offering A&R, promotion, and other label services to its clientele. Launched in Nashville by a creative team that includes three-chart topping songwriters, the label was co-founded by country star Lee Brice, hit songwriter Rob Hatch, producer/engineer/songwriter Elisha Hoffman, and veteran entrepreneurs Derek Hutchins and Mike Every.


Talent Booker

In 2021 Hatch co-founded talent booking agency “Entersong” with longtime friend Jerrod Neimann and veteran entrepreneur Steve Stewart.

Entersong prides itself on being the gold standard for the REAL Nashville experience. There are a collective group of hit songwriters playing and singing their songs that you might have heard come through your radio or digital platform. They are real people with real stories looking to take you behind the red velvet rope and into the VIP life of Nashville’s songwriting elite.

Avid Outdoorsman

Southern Illinois Whitetail Connection provides access to thousands of acres of productive crop fields accented by mature timber, flowing creeks, and dense thickets. This unique landscape offers the perfect habitat for Midwest game.

Chef Extraordinaire

Let’s just say he knows his way around the kitchen and/or grill. If you are ever lucky enough to secure a table at the exclusive restaurant run by Chef Hatch you are in for a treat!