6 Songs To Get You Ready For Football Season

As we inch closer and close to preseason NFL games and college football, we can’t help but wish we were already in the red zone. We’ve even been listening to a bunch of football songs just to get us ready. What time is kickoff again? 6 Songs To Get You Ready For Football Season: 1. … Read more

Billy Currington Wows with Soulful Rendition of “Georgia on My Mind”

Singer/songwriter Billy Currington has a lot of love for his home state of Georgia — so much love, in fact, that he has never left. Born and raised in the great southern state, Billy still calls Georgia home sweet home in between tour dates around the globe and recording sessions in Nashville, Tennessee. So, while performing a … Read more

Official Ask: Billy Currington and Kelsea Ballerini Need to Duet “Party For Two” While on Tour

In 2004, Shania Twain released “Party for Two” with country crooner (and new guy at the time) Billy Currington. The song was Shania’s third highest debut of all-time and pure fun. Since 2004, Currington has reached the top of the chart nine times and was nominated for a GRAMMY in 2006. These days, he’s headlining … Read more

Billy Currington’s “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” Wasn’t Planned (But, It’s Really Good)

Billy Currington’s single “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” wouldn’t exist if he hadn’t stopped by to hang out with some buddies. “I just stopped by to see a couple of buddies, Cary and Shy one night,” Billy said. “Cary and I picked up guitars at the same time and played basically the same … Read more

Billy Currington Is In a “Drinkin’ Town With a Football Problem”

Billy Currington‘s newest single, “Drinkin’ Town With a Football Problem,” is a song that every country music fan, regardless of age or location can probably relate to. It’s a story as old as time– a small town filling up the local high school’s bleachers to watch a football game. The stands are filled with memories … Read more

4 Summer Cocktails Inspired by Billy Currington

Billy Currington‘s new album, Summer Forever, is an ode to everything great about summer and America and country music. The tunes aren’t all about summer, but they all make for an excellent summer soundtrack. And what goes better with summer music than a summer cocktail? Exactly.  4 Summer Cocktails Inspired by Billy Currington: 1. The Football … Read more

Billy Currington Tells Us Exactly How He Made ‘Summer Forever’

Billy Currington‘s sixth studio album, Summer Forever, wasn’t a hard process for him to make. It may have been a bit time consuming, but when Billy hears a special song, he knows it. Summer Forever Track Listing: 1. Don’t It 2. Drinkin’ Town With A Football Problem 3.  Wake Me Up 4.  Good Night (Featuring … Read more

Album Review: Billy Currington is Upbeat; Airy on ‘Summer Forever’

Billy Currington releases his sixth studio album Summer Forever, straight off his 10th No. 1 single, “Don’t It,” the lead track from the project. The upbeat love song, written by Jaren Johnston, Ashley Gorley and Ross Copperman accurately sets the tone for the rest of the project. On the album, “Don’t It” leads right into … Read more

Billy Currington Gets His 10th No. 1 Hit

Billy Currington has another No.1 hit to his name, as “Don’t It” topped both the Billboard and Mediabase charts. The smash hit, written by Jaren Johnston, Ashley Gorley and Ross Copperman, is the lead single off Currington’s sixth studio album, Summer Forever. With the rise of “Don’t It,” Currington joins a rank few current country artists have achieved with … Read more

Billy Currington Announces Release Date for His Album Summer Forever

We were super excited to hear that Platinum-selling artist Billy Currington will release his highly-anticipated sixth studio album, Summer Forever on June 2! Currington collaborated with long-time friend and acclaimed producer Dann Huff on the project including the No. 7-and-climbing lead single “Don’t It.” Recorded in Nashville, Tenn., Summer Forever features 12 tracks including the bold anthem … Read more

Tim McGraw Defends His Decision to Play Sandy Hook Benefit Concert

After an interesting couple of days, Tim McGraw is defending his decision to play a Connecticut concert benefitting the Sandy Hook community, after being blasted by gun-rights advocates. In a statement to the Washington Post McGraw said, “As a gun owner, I support gun ownership, I also believe that with gun ownership comes the responsibility … Read more