Funeral services were held Friday (June 2) in Nashville for singer-songwriter Bobby L. Harden, 70, who died Tuesday. He found national success in 1966 with sisters Robbie and Arlene Harden as the Harden Trio. Recording for Columbia Records, the vocal group hit No. 2 on the country charts in 1966 with "Tippy Toeing," a song that also crossed over to pop radio. In later years, he concentrated on songwriting and landed songs on albums by Conway Twitty, Gene Watson, Kenny Rogers, George Jones and others. His Top 10 hits include Reba McEntire's "Today All Over Again," Loretta Lynn's "Home" and Mark Chesnutt's "Too Cold at Home" and "Old Country."