This week Cody Johnson and his Rockin' CJB look to hold-on tight to the No.1 spot -- for the third consecutive week. A feat not accomplished in the volatile world of Texas radio. To do it he'll have to figure out a way to fend off William Clark Green, Curtis Grimes, and Casey Donahew. Can he do it? Let’s find out.
After two weeks at No.1 Josh Grider's "Smallest Town on Earth" slips to No.4, opening the door for any of 'em, William Clark Green, Granger Smith, Cody Johnson or Casey Donahew to land the biggest song of the week
Granger Smith may be the busiest man in Texas, well he and his band. On top of his wife giving birth to their second child, Lincoln, last week he and the guys have not only been touring non-stop, they've been documenting it every step of the way.
You heard 'em all year on radio. You sang with 'em, got drunk to 'em, and may have even cried along with 'em. But what were the biggest songs last year? We know! Check out radio's most reported Texas and Red Dirt songs of 2013, according to the Texas Regional Radio Report
Granger Smith plays an office drone and cubicle dweller in the 'Miles and Mud Tires' video -- at first, anyway. He doesn't last long in that closed-off environment, happily trading it for something a little more ... country.
In "Good News for Granger News," Granger Smith's alter ego and world-wide phenomenon, Earl Dibbles Jr.'s next round of videos will be revealed at CMT.com, ending with the Thanksgiving Day release of Granger's new music video for "Miles and Mud Tires."
Earlier this week, in honor of No Shave November, we compiled the Top 5: Best Beards in Texas Music. Today we go the opposite route. Here's our list of guys who don't need a beard, men getting it done without hiding behind facial hair -- it's our Top 5: Baby Faces in Texas Music.
This week's video goes to Granger Smith, and a beautiful tribute to his grandfather. The song can be found on Granger's 2009 album "Don't Listen to the Radio." Great video and song — grab a tissue, ya big softie, and press play on “5 More Minutes
Granger Smith's latest project "Dirt Road Driveway" is the only place you can find both Earl Dibbles Jr. songs, "The Country Boy Song," and "Country Boy Love." It's also where you'll find Granger's very first No. 1 single, "Silverado Bench Seat."
They don't come much easier to enjoy than Granger Smith. The Texas country singer's understated delivery is something of a trademark, and his latest single 'Silverado Bench Seat' doesn't stray from what fans know and love.
A number of country music's biggest stars have taken on new personas to flush out new creative opportunities, and not all of these alter egos were meant as jokes. Sure, one can't imagine Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum pursuing a full-time career as Dick Fantastic, but several superstars did just that.
Granger Smith releases his ninth studio album next week (April 16) -- one he calls his most ambitious project to date. 'Dirt Road Driveway' features singles 'We Do It in a Field' and 'The Country Boy Song' in addition to 10 other tracks from the pen of the the Red Dirt singer-songwriter. Listen to the entire album early via this exclusive stream on Taste of Country.
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