John Hiatt is a singer/songwriter born in 1952 and inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2008. He wrote hits for many big-time performers, including Bob Dylan, Joe Cocker, and Paula Abdul. His ability to pen and play a great tune may be due to his life experiences.
Have a Little Faith in Me
Hiatt's original version of Have a Little Faith in Me is the best version, as it has a rich R&B sound and honest emotion.
Thing Called Love
Thing Called Love pays tribute to John's substance abuse and brings redemption.
Riding With the King
Riding With the King is a tribute to B.B. King, sung by Elvis Presley and Eric Clapton.