Granger Smith remembers the first time Earl Dibbles, Jr. took the stage. It was July 2011 in Conroe, Texas. He'd used YouTube to introduce the character to fans two days earlier, but knew at least half in the crowd that night would have no clue what was going on.
You can't crack a cold one if you don't have a place to keep your brews cold, right? Country boy Earl Dibbles, Jr. -- who looks an awful lot like country singer Granger Smith -- shows fans what's behind the closed door of his "trailer house with a driver's seat" in this bus tour, exclusively on Taste of Country.
Granger Smith gives fans a backstage glimpse of what his live shows entail in his 'If Money Didn't Matter' video. From the cold and snow of the mountains to late nights on the road, new fans and new venues, the clip finds the singer all over the U.S.
Long bus rides, sold out concerts, terrible homesickness and the brotherhood that comes with being part of a traveling band ... Granger Smith's new documentary will give an honest look at everything a touring country singer goes through in an effort to bring the music to the people. This three-minute-long trailer gives fans a taste of what's to come later in 2014.
Texas country star Granger Smith helped his wife Amber welcome their second child into the world Tuesday morning (Jan. 7). Lincoln Monarch Smith joins 2-year-old London as the singer’s No. 1 fans. Everyone is said to be doing very well.
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.
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.
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