When Granger Smith performed his last country music concert on Saturday, he revealed the “real reason” he’s leaving the industry.
It’s because “knowing Jesus” and sharing his knowledge of Jesus with others is the “treasure of my life,” Smith said, according to Fox News. “And I want you to know this, so you can have him as your treasure too.”
Smith has now completed his final country music tour “Live a River” and is pursuing a master’s degree at Southern Baptist Theological Se
Granger Smith is ready to embark on a new chapter.
On Tuesday, the musician announced on his social media pages that he's leaving country music in order to focus on ministry at his local church outside of Austin, Texas. When his upcoming Like a River tour — named for his 3-year-old son River who died after a tragic drowning accident in 2019 — kicks off April 13, it will serve as his farewell.
Speaking to PEOPLE exclusively about the decision, Smith says that he's "excited" to pour himself into his
Singer-songwriter Granger Smith‘s upcoming summer tour will be his last. Smith recently took to social media to announce that following the tour, he will be leaving his country music career behind to pursue a career in ministry.
Granger Smith just released two of his “favorite” songs “Hate You Like I Love You” and “Country Things” from his upcoming new album, Country Things Vol. 1.
The Yee Yee Nation pack leader shared the album news via Instagram on Thursday (Aug. 27) saying “this is my 10th studio album and I feel like it’s also my best.”
Granger Smith boils life down to its essentials on “Country Things,” the just-released title track of a new double album he’s got in the works. The first half of that project, Country Things Vol. 1, will be out on September 25.
In the eight-song first chapter, Granger offers a look into his family life today. It’s been a difficult time period for Granger and his wife, Amber: Just a little over a year ago, they lost their 2-year-old son, River, in a tragic accidental drowning.
Granger Smith has new music on the way! The country star announced his plans to release a new two-part album dubbed Country Things, with the first half arriving on September 25.
Country Things Vol. 1 will offer fans a look into the Smith family's life after the tragic passing of River Smith, who drowned in their backyard pool in June of 2019. Music has been a big part of the grieving and healing process for Granger, which he says will be reflected on this project.
Granger Smith announced on Friday (Aug. 28) that he's releasing a two-part album honoring all the Country Things in his life.
Country Things, Vol. 1 will feature eight tracks, including the previously released "That's Why I Love Dirt Roads" along with "Hate You Like I Love You" and the title track.
Granger Smith is releasing a new two-part studio album, Country Things, Vol. 1 on Sept. 25. The eight-song volume is available for pre-order with three instant grat tracks out now, “That’s Why I Love Dirt Roads,” “Hate You Like I Love You,” and the title track “Country Things.” Granger, his wife Amber, and their children revealed the news on their YouTube series “The Smiths.”
Granger Smith just announced a two-part album and the first volume is coming next month.
The singer/songwriter, along with his wife and children, revealed the news on their YouTube channel, The Smiths, sharing that the first installment of the project arrives on September 25.
Granger Smith, along with his wife Amber, and their children announced on their YouTube series The Smiths, the release date of September 25th for part one of Smith’s two-part studio album, Country Things, Vol. 1. This eight song volume gives a glimpse of he and his family’s current country state-of-mind, including a guest appearance from his good pal Earl Dibbles Jr.
Granger Smith has announced that part one of his two-part studio album, Country Things, Vol. 1, will be available on September 25th. This eight-song volume gives a glimpse of he and his family’s current country state-of-mind, including a guest appearance from his good pal Earl Dibbles Jr.
Granger Smith performed 'Happens Like That live on The Bachelorette. Becca and Garrett's one-on-one date ends on a high note, singing and dancing along to Granger Smith and his new song 'Happens Like That.
Granger Smith is a man on the move, and his latest is the announcement for When the Good Guys Win, out October 27th. Comprised of 14 tracks, the album includes Smith's latest single, the biographical "Happens Like That."