Friends and fans joined Granger Smith on the second day of his "Granger Across Merica" tour, which included stops in Philadelphia, PA, Hartford, CT, Providence, RI, Boston, MA, Portsmouth, NH, East Rutherford, NJ, and New York, NY, to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
Granger Smith closes out day one of his 48-hour, whirlwind "Granger Across Merica Pledge of Allegiance Tour Powered by Yee Yee Energy," which took him to seven states on Sunday. We finish the tour Monday, March 7, at Battery Park in New York City.
"I've always felt compelled to voice my love of this country," said Granger. "My granddad and so many countless others have fought for our freedom. That freedom allows us as Americans to pursue our dreams and I am proof they can come true. I feel blessed to have a platform that may inspire others to remember what this nation was founded on. I hope folks will join me in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance as a symbol of our thanks for those who defend our God-given rights."
Learn more about all the great stuff Granger has going on with the new album release. From the Today show, to Fox & Friends to the Merica Pledge of Allegiance Tour powered by Yee Yee Energy (yep, we got an energy drink now...Yee Yee!!)
Last fall, Smith was tagged as an iHeartRadio On the Verge artist, which meant a rapid increase in national airplay for “Backroad Song,” his pop-country ode to rural wanderlust and the first single from his May 2015 EP 4×4. The song moved more than 32,000 downloads in its first week, bowing at No. 4 on the Billboard Country Digital Songs chart and netting the singer his first Top 10 iTunes single.
#5 GRANGER SMITH - Although Granger Smith has been on the scene for years--he has nine releases and millions of video views under his belt--things really started to click for the Dallas native in 2015.
Granger Smith - Every genre likes to glorify its tropes, and Granger’s 4x4 EP arrived earlier this year ready to do just that, with tunes like the smirking “City Boy Stuck,” which pokes fun at drivers who lack four-wheel drive.
Following the wildly successful radio impact for “Backroad Song” last week, BBR Music Group’s Wheelhouse Records artist Granger Smith has been tapped as an iHeartCountry “On The Verge” artist. The program heavily spotlights up-and-coming artists nationwide that iHeartMedia programmers are excited about and know their listeners will love.
The furniture in Benny Brown's Music Row office is covered with more than 30 neatly arranged stacks of song demos, each marked up with his hand-written notations about which of the artists on his large roster he thinks the songs might suit. For Brown, the business begins and ends with the song -- and the singer -- and he sees no shortage of talent out there
Granger Smith’s first project with well-known producer Frank Rogers results in four tracks reminiscent of one of Rogers’ most well-known clients. It’s not fair to say Smith sounds like Brad Paisley on 4X4, but he brings many of the same qualities.