We love Billy Currington’s singles, but here are eight album cuts that were equally great!
Our October playlist includes Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum, Runaway June, Midland and more!
Tangled up in sheets alone, Currington plays the devastated narrator by trying to casually brush off his loneliness in the middle of the night in the rocking track.
Long before he was a country superstar, Luke Bryan was a songwriter and wrote the smash hit “Good Directions” for Billy Currington.
“I want to thank my team, my label, my co-writers, country radio and most of all you, my fans,” Currington gushes.
The Carolina Country Music Fest continues to attract more fans each year with acts like Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean & others taking the stage.
“It’s like you can come across somebody and you can always have that small talk and whatever, but I freaking love the dude now, man,” Moore said.
With sweet serenades from Keith Urban to beautiful ballads by Brett Eldredge, country music has got couples covered to create the ultimate wedding playlist.
“I just continued to fall in love with his music over the years.” Currington shares.
“I always heard if you keep saying ‘thank you’ to everything that you love, you’ll get more of it,” said Currington.
This month’s playlist features tracks from Keith Urban, Dustin Lynch, Zac Brown Band, and many more!
Included in the festivities will also be ACM fan experiences, which have yet to be revealed.
Hitting a total of 20 cities in the U.S. over about three months, Currington is ready to take on his headlining duties with great enthusiasm as opening acts have yet to be announced.
“I definitely miss it,” Currington told Sounds Like Nashville and other reporters of songwriting at his recent No.1 party. “I kind of went this way and got away from it.”
“…the song literally fell out of the sky like God just wanted the song to come out,” said co-writer Cary Barlowe.
Following up the success of “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To,” Currington is bringing back the laidback vibes of fall with a love song that gets listeners bopping their heads to the rocking beat.
The 2016 SESAC Awards were held Sunday night (Oct. 30) at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and honored some of the biggest songwriters in country music.
The country singer has been a heavy-hitter in the genre for quite some time now with radio hits like “Don’t,” “People Are Crazy,” “We Are Tonight,” and many more.
The 2016 Route 91 Harvest Festival rocked Las Vegas into late Friday night when it kicked off the first night of the three-night festivities.