Billy Currington stays in the #1 Spot on Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart for second week. 

BILLY CURRINGTON HOLDS THE #1 SPOT ON BILLBOARD’S COUNTRY AIRPLAY CHART FOR A SECOND WEEK AND ALSO REACHES #1 ON MEDIABASE. Country star, Billy Currington, continues to hold the #1 spot on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart for a second consecutive week with his hit song, “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To.” The song has also reached #1 on Mediabase. “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” is one of only six songs by a country artist to have a multi-week #1 this year. Currington is no stranger to holding a mutli-week #1. His hits “Must Be Doin’ Something Right” and “People Are Crazy” both spent 2 weeks in the top position while “Good Directions” held the spot for an impressive 3 weeks. Currington is currently wrapping up his headlining 2016 Summer Forever tour. Billy Currington – Possessing one of the smoothest and most distinct voices in any genre of music, Currington is equally skilled at delivering upbeat summertime anthems as well as exploring the complexities of life and love with a poignant ballad. The talented Georgia native has spent more than a decade in the spotlight proving he’s truly a man for all seasons. Since his self-titled debut album bowed on Mercury Records in 2003, Currington has scored eleven No. 1 singles, including such memorable hits as “Good Directions,” “Let Me Down Easy,” “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right,” “People Are Crazy,” “That’s How Country Boys Roll,” “Hey Girl,” and “We Are Tonight.” Throughout his career, he has amassed an impressive list of accolades. He won the “Hottest Video of the Year” honor at the fan-voted CMT Music Awards for “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right.” The same year, he received an ACM nod for Top New Male Vocalist. His hit duet with Shania Twain=C “Party for Two,” earned nominations from both the CMA and ACM. “People Are Crazy” took Currington’s already hot career to another level. He earned Grammy nominations for Male Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song in addition to being nominate for Single and Song of the Year from the Country Music Association. For additional information, please visit BillyCurrington.com

BILLY CURRINGTON’S HEADLINING SUMMER FOREVER TOUR

BILLY CURRINGTON’S HEADLINING SUMMER FOREVER TOUR TO KICK OFF FEBRUARY 19th Chart Topping Singer/Songwriter Kelsea Ballerini to Join on Select Dates Platinum-selling, Grammy, ACM and CMA nominated artist Billy Currington will hit the road on his headlining Summer Forever tour beginning in February 2016.  Billy’s high-energy live shows always gives the audience what they want and leave them feeling like they’ve been to a great family reunion that turned into a raucous party. He released his sixth studio album, Summer Forever, on Mercury Nashville in June 2015 and joined Tim McGraw on his Shotgun  Rider Tour this past summer.  The first single off of Summer Forever, “Don’t It,” climbed to number 1 on the country airplay charts, marking his 10th #1 single, and became an anthem of summer 2015. Over the course of his career, Currington has celebrated nine No. 1 hits, platinum-selling albums and ACM, CMA and GRAMMY nominations. Currington’s series of chart-toppers include “Don’t,” “Good Directions,” “Let Me Down Easy,” “Must Be Doin’ Something Right,” “People Are Crazy,” “Pretty Good At Drinkin’ Beer,” “That’s How Country Boys Roll,” “Hey Girl,” and “We Are Tonight.” Billy Currington Tour Dates: 2/19/2015        San Antonio, TX 2/25/2015        Indianapolis, IN ** 2/26/2015        Greensboro, NC ** 2/27/2015        Macon, GA ** 3/4/2015          Saint Louis, MO 3/11/2015        Fort Worth, TX 3/12/2015        Houston, TX 3/24/2015        Hampton Beach, NH ** 3/25/2015        Amherst, MA ** 3/26/2015        Kingston, RI ** 4/7/2015          Savannah, GA ** 4/8/2015          Athens, GA ** 4/9/2015          North Myrtle Beach, SC 4/15/2015        St. Augustine, FL ** 4/16/2015        Tampa, FL   ** CMT, CMA and AMA nominated, Kelsea Ballerini whose record-breaking, GOLD-certified single “Love Me Like You Mean It” hit No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, making her the first solo female artist in nine years to hit No. 1 with her debut country single, will be joining as support on these dates. The Black River Entertainment recording artist’s debut album THE FIRST TIME is in stores now.   For additional information, please visit BillyCurrington.com

Billy Currington’s Good Directions Certified Platinum

Billy Currington’s “Good Directions” Has Been Certified Platinum, Making It His Third! Billy Currington’s song “Good Directions” was just recently certified platinum, making it his third song to do so to date. “Good Directions,” which comes off of his Doin’ Somethin’ Right album, was written by Luke Bryan and Rachel Thibodeau and was a previous summertime hit! “This is my third platinum song and it never gets old. I’m so happy to receive this honor. I’d like to say thank you to Luke Bryan and Rachel Thibodeau for writing such an incredible song. People always tell me it’s one of their favorites and this certification just proves that even more. Thank you!” -Currington Currington is currently in the studio working on his next album for Mercury Records. Here’s to more platinum certifications and great music to come!

Billy Currington New Video

Billy Currington Love Done Gone Music Video. Billy Currington’s latest single “Love Done Gone” from his album Enjoy Yourself is quite catchy to say the least! The lyrics speak about a relationship that didn’t work out, but leaves no one really fazed. Unlike the majority of break up songs, this one is more like sh*t happens, we were in love now we aren’t, time to move on. The music is very well orchestrated and the brass adds the perfect touch! In this video Currington is strolling down the street, having a great time, laid back, with no cares on his mind. I strongly advise you to watch this, but be warned you have a 94.8% chance of getting “Babadadadada” stuck in your head for the rest of the night.

Billy Currington to tour with Carrie Underwood

Billy Currington goes one on one about touring with Carrie Underwood, and his new album, Enjoy Yourself. Hot off the heels of yesterday’s album release, Billy Currington sat down with TheComet.com to discuss his career in a one-on-one interview. In it he covers everything from the concept behind the album aptly titled “Enjoy Yourself” to the prospect of touring with Carrie Underwood this fall.The interview even holds a few big surprises! Do you see yourself in the future collaborating with someone like Snoop? Maybe mix it up with some hip-hop or add a little jazz? Yeah, Snoop Dogg would be great, no doubt! I would definitely do a song with him. Can you hook that up? (laughs)…Yeah, he’s a good one. I’d definitely choose him. Any of those guys. For the full interview, visit thecomet.com!Country Music Photo Gallery

Billy Currington – Enjoy Yourself

Billy Currington shows his wider range on Enjoy Yourself. Billy Currington is finally finished with post-production of his new album “Enjoy Yourself”. While the first single off the album, “Pretty Good At Drinking Beer” has achieved some success on the charts, Billy wants to be sure that fans know this album’s not about being some one-trick pony. It’s a great mix. It reflects who I am,” Currington says about the collection of 10 songs. “I’m definitely not just one thing. I’m the beach guy, I’m the country guy, I love my dirt roads and fishin’, but I love New York City and L.A. and Miami, too. “Enjoy Yourself”, features the Georgia native’s trademark mix of country, R&B and beach music, and is produced by Currington and Carson Chamberlain. The album showcases Nashville’s top songwriters, including Dave Barnes, Shawn Camp, Scotty Emerick, Jones and Mark Nesler. This record was about recording songwriter’s songs,” says Billy. “I could have gone back and recorded a bunch of mine that I’ve written, but there were a lot of writers I wanted to record, like Shawn and Troy. I had to put their songs on this album. The album releases on September 21st.

Billy Currington Goes Gold

Billy Currington receives number #1 honors and album goes gold. Currington’s single,”That’s How Country Boys Roll,” awarded #1 honors and his album “Little Bit of Everything” goes gold. Currington and Carson Chamberlain produced the album “Little Bit of Everything.” With marketing sales exceeding 500k units, Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) awarded Currington Gold Certification yesterday. Also, Currington received honors for single “That’s How Country Boys Roll,” which earlier this month climbed to #1. This became Currington’s 3rd consecutive chart-topper and fifth overall.Country Music Photo Gallery

Billy Currington to appear on David Letterman

Billy Currington has been scheduled to appear and perform on The Late Show with David Letterman August 19th Billy Currington is riding high on the success of his fourth #1 single “People Are Crazy” and will be celebrating with an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman. Currington is currently enjoying an opening gig on Sugarland’s summer tour, and will be stopping into a few more towns before the tour comes to a close. Look for Billy Currington’s scruffy and sexy face in: Cold Spring, MN – 7/25 Cambrose, AB – 8/1 Sikeston, MO – 8/6 West Allis, WI – 8/8 Augusta, ME – 8/13 Poughkeepsie, NY – 8/14 Watertown, NY – 8/15 Lima, OH – 8/22 Randolph, OH – 8/27 Princeton, IL – 8/28 Louisville, KY – 8/29 Tuskahoma, OK – 9/4 Hidalgo, TX – 9/9Country Music Photo Gallery

Billy Currington Surprised by Success: Earns His First Platinum

Billy Currington has a hot new single in “Tangled Up” and he’s just earned his first platinum album. At a recent party in Nashville celebrating the platinum status of Doin’ Something Right, he told Country Weekly that success snuck up on him.“I didn’t see it coming,” he says. “It was out of the blue, because we had the first album, and there were a lot of songs on there that didn’t make the radio, so it didn’t allow the record to get out there and sell and do what it needed to do. So at 200,000, it crashed, so it was like a heartbreak back then.” Billy says things got better when he released his next album Doin’ Something Right and the title song went gold. “I think, ‘Wow! We’re on our way to platinum,’ ” he says. “Then all of a sudden, sales just dropped for some strange reason, and I was told we had to move on to the next album. And that just crushed me. It broke my heart…when you’re a songwriter and you dream this big dream for years and years and it doesn’t happen.” Billy told his label, ‘Just put another song out there and I know it’ll go platinum.’ And they were so nice. My record label was so good to me. They were like, “All right, Billy. You want to put the turnip greens song out there, let’s put it out there.” And they did and they got behind it. And we’re sitting at platinum. It’s such a cool experience to see it happen like that.” Now Billy has learned to deal with the ups and downs of the business. “It always feels like you’ve just gotta keep working,” he says, “which is good for me, ’cause if I ain’t working it’s like my grandma said, ‘Idle time is the devil’s workshop’ and I’ll get in trouble. So, I’m just glad to be working. I’m glad to have a record deal. It’s very hard to come by.” ~Courtesy of GACTV Country Music Photo Gallery