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Billy Currington

Country singer/songwriter Billy Currington was raised in Rincon, Georgia. Following high school, he made a couple attempts at relocating to Nashville in the hopes of getting a career in music off the ground, finally landing a job there at a concrete company, while still finding time to play at clubs on the side and work on song demos. When singer Mark Wills put a hold on one of his songs, Currington met and began writing with Wills' producer, Carson Chamberlain, which eventually led to a recording contract with Mercury Records. His first single, "Walk a Little Straighter," was released in 2003, and drew heavily on Currington's experiences with an alcoholic father (the chorus for the song was actually written when Currington was only 12 years old). A debut album, Billy Currington, was released on Mercury Records in 2003. A second album, Doin' Somethin' Right, followed in 2005 on Mercury Nashville. Three years later, Currington delivered the eclectic, R&B-inflected Little Bit of Everything, also on Mercury Nashville. In 2010 Currington returned with his tenth studio effort, Enjoy Yourself, featuring the Troy Jones co-written single "Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer." That song went to number one, as did "Let Me Down Easy." "Love Done Gone" and "Like My Dog" also reached the country Top 40. Currington returned to action in 2013, releasing the single "Hey Girl" in March and then delivering the full-length We Are Tonight that September. The album debuted at five on the Billboard Country charts, and spawned the number one Country Airplay hits "Hey Girl" and "We Are Tonight." In 2015, Currington returned with Summer Forever, an album preceded by the single "Don't It" -- a song that reached number four on the U.S. Hot Country Songs chart -- and supported by "Drinkin' Town with a Football Problem." ~ Steve Leggett
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Stations Featuring
Billy Currington

    Top Country

    Top Country
    3 songs

    Country Party

    Country Party
    6 songs

    Country Love

    Country Love
    3 songs

    New Country First

    New Country First
    1 song

    '00s Country

    8 songs

Albums by
Billy Currington

Top Songs by
Billy Currington

  1.   Song
  2.   Hey Girl
  3.   Don't It
  4.   Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer
  5.   Good Directions
  6.   It Don't Hurt Like It Used To
  7.   People Are Crazy
  8.   We Are Tonight
  9.   That's How Country Boys Roll
  10.   Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right
  11.   I Got a Feelin'
  12.   Do I Make You Wanna
  13.   Let Me Down Easy
  14.   Love Done Gone
  15.   Don't
  16.   Walk a Little Straighter
  17.   Like My Dog
  18.   Drinkin' Town with a Football Problem
  19.   Summer Forever
  20.   Why, Why, Why
  21.   Jonesin'
  22.   Soundtrack
  23.   Bad Day of Fishin'
  24.   She's Got a Way With Me
  25.   Here I Am
  26.   Ain't What It Used to Be
  27.   Walk On
  28.   Lucille
  29.   Little Bit Lonely
  30.   That's Just Me
  31.   Give It to Me Straight
  32.   That Changes Everything
  33.   When She Gets Close to Me
  34.   Where the Girls Are
  35.   Nowhere Town
  36.   Good Night featuring Jessie James
  37.   Wake Me Up
  38.   Hard to Be a Hippie by Willie Nelson
  39.   23 Degrees and South
  40.   One Way Ticket
  41.   Wingman
  42.   Heal Me
  43.   Every Reason Not to Go
  44.   Life Love And The Meaning Of
  45.   Swimmin' in Sunshine
  46.   Tangled Up
  47.   She Knows What to Do with a Saturday Night
  48.   Keep Your Hands to Yourself
  49.   Growin' Up Down There
  50.   Hallelujah
  51.   Closer Tonight
  52.   Perfect Day
  53.   Lil' Ol' Lonesome Dixie Town
  54.   No One Has Eyes Like You
  55.   Everything
  56.   Whole Lot More
  57.   I Wanna Be a Hillbilly
  58.   Next Time
  59.   Off My Rocker
  60.   Hangin' Around
  61.   Billy Currington Talks About Walk a Little Straighter
  62.   Sweet Love
  63.   Until You
  64.   Enjoy Yourself
  65.   All Day Long
  66.   I Shall Return
  67.   Time With You
  68.   Another Day Without You
  69.   Banana Pancakes

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