Country Things, Vol. 2 Granger Smith
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- 1Man Made03:13
- 2Buy A Boy A Baseball02:32
- 3Anything Like Me02:50
- 4That's What Love Looks Like03:25
- 5Where I Get It From03:06
- 66 String Stories03:40
- 7Workaholic (feat. Earl Dibbles Jr.)03:12
- 8Diesel (feat. Earl Dibbles Jr.)03:02
Info zu Country Things, Vol. 2
Granger Smith is set to release the second half of his highly-anticipated 10th studio album, Country Things. This two-part album totals a sum of 16 tracks that give fans a glimpse of Granger and his family’s current country-state-of-mind. The physical full-length album hits shelves Monday, November 30th and is available for pre-order now. To promote the album, Granger Smith appeared yesterday on the legendary radio station WSM to discuss Country Things, Vol 2 on the Coffee, Country & Cody Show which aired live on WSM and Circle Network. With contributions from Granger’s good pal Earl Dibbles Jr., this album encapsulates Granger’s (and Earl’s) current outlook on life. Granger sought to capture the things that money and politics and status can’t buy.
Country Things is split into two parts but paints one whole picture. The full-length album is meant to be listened to like a rollercoaster ride. It has highs and lows and, in the end, leaves the listener satisfied. Country Things, Vol. 2 is the final loop of the rollercoaster ride with songs such as “6 String Stories” that Granger claims encapsulates his music life. It represents the story of what all his past albums mean to him and how important it’s been to put those ideas to melody over the last decade and a half of his career. Songs such as “Buy A Boy A Baseball” portray Granger’s passion to fatherhood while his song “Workaholics” is a new and different side of Earl Dibbles Jr. that shows evolution. The full album really showcases the man, the father, the performer, and bona fide artist Smith has become.
In addition to the announce of the album, Granger launched an unprecedented contest for fans to win a chance at bringing home his very own truck. Launched upon announce of Country Things, Vol. 2 on October 30, this contest will run until December 4 at 11:59pm CT. Five lucky fans will win a trip to the Yee Yee Farm in Texas and participate in a contest to win Granger’s truck. For every $1 spent on the Yee Yee Apparel website is an entry to the contest. One lucky winner will bring home the truck, while the others will receive mini prizes. Enter to win here: yeeyee.com/truck. Please note the terms exclude non-contiguous states Alaska and Hawaii.
The album and contest are just another layer of Smith’s multifaceted life. Smith has his own outdoor apparel company called Yee Yee Apparel in which they have been able to donate over $230,000 to various charities they feel passionate about with the revenue generated from this company. From his family YouTube show “The Smiths,” to well-known alter ego Earl Dibbles Jr., to his No. 1 book “If You’re City, If You’re Country,” to his Granger Smith Podcast, to his hero-honoring documentary “They Were There: A Hero’s Documentary,” to his work with The River Kelly Fund, the chart-topper continues to build a brand synonymous with those who cherish hard work and those who want to live life to its fullest.
Over the course of his groundbreaking career, Granger Smith has amassed a massive and rabid audience now known as “Yee Yee Nation” built through heavy touring and grassroots fan engagement. He now has a social media following of over 6.5 million and nearly a quarter of a BILLION online video views. Flagship artist on BBR Music Group’s Wheelhouse Records, Smith broke onto the national scene with Remington, an album that garnered him the No. 1 single “Backroad Song.” Smith was also awarded a BMI Country Award for writing, producing, publishing and performing “Backroad Song” and followed it with the Top 5 hit, “If The Boot Fits.” “Backroad Song” was one of the Top 10 Most Played country singles of 2016 according to Mediabase and has been certified RIAA GOLD. He was nominated as Best New Country Artist for the 2017 iHeartRadio Awards and was included in the 2017 crop of artists honored during the CRS “New Faces” show. Smith’s new single, “Happens Like That” was the #1 Most Added at Mediabase the week of release (June 12) and is available worldwide. Granger plans to release his next full-length album this fall. He will take a break from his national, headlining tour to go on the road with Luke Bryan on the “Huntin’, Fishin’, And Lovin’ Every Day Tour.”
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