Won the Grammy for Best Country song for penning the B.J. Thomas hit "(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song."
Produced Elvis Presley's No. 1 single "Suspicious Minds."
Produced Stax Records' first hit, Carla Thomas's "Gee Whiz."
After moving to Nashville, Moman married famed songwriter Toni Wine, known for such songs as Tony Orlando & Dawn's "Knock Three Times."
It was Moman who was responsible for finding Stax Records its legendary home in a former movie theater on Memphis's East McLemore Avenue.
In 1987, Moman produced Ringo Starr's notorious "lost" Memphis sessions, with Starr subsequently going to court to prevent the record's release.