Granger Smith Working on Full Length Album
From Music Row.com: Country artist Granger Smith finds success as an unsigned artist from both his touring and strong online engagement. His resume includes an EP that hit No. 2 on the iTunes Country Chart and No. 6 on the all genres chart. The debut single “Backroad Song” reached the No. 2 position on the iTunes Country chart and sold 32,000 singles in its first week.
The EP, named 4×4, was released on May 4 of this year via Thirty Tigers. It is co-produced by Granger and Frank Rogers.
Granger has certainly taken an “out of the box” mentality and faced the grind of the road to connect with fans. He says that after his tour concludes this fall, he will have visited every state. Many fans discovered him after watching viral videos of his alter ego Earl Dibbles, Jr. This character developed as a chance to do something different. He recruited his brothers and filmed a video set to the song “Country Boy Song.” The video has amassed over 9.5 million views.
Smith is currently in Nashville writing with Frank Rogers and working on finishing up his full length album due this fall.