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Building on his status as a local favorite in his native Texas, Granger Smith makes a serious bid for mainstream country attention on Dirt Road Driveway. He brings considerable assets to the project, including an engaging All-American vocal style, superior songwriting chops, and a sound that blends radio-friendly melodies with touches of heartland rock, pop, and folk. Smith knows how to touch all the familiar country bases, with songs about backroad parties (“We Do It in a Field”), truck-driven romance (“Silverado Bench Seat”), and teenaged high times (“19 Forever”). He does a convincing job of celebrating family values in “If Money Didn’t Matter” and captures a touring musician’s lonely hours in “Stick Around.” Smith writes with breezy blue-collar lingo, but he also has a touch of the poet in his style, as the free-flowing imagery in “Bury Me in Blue Jeans” shows. Accordions, banjos, and mandolin add extra musical color to these mostly midtempo and uptempo tracks. Closing out the album are “Country Boy Love” and “The Country Boy Song”: a pair of stomping, slightly twisted tunes credited to Smith’s comedic alter ego Earl Dibbles Jr.

Customer Reviews


I can only buy a few tracks at a time but this album is great!

Yee Yee!!

Love his album! Granger is the best country singer out there!!

Great Album From a Proud Texan

Granger's singin music that makes me proud to say I listen to country. He's not like the other new singers who sing absolute crap. Granger, keep up the good work and keep representin the Lonestar State!


Born: September 4, 1979 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Texas native, raised in Dallas, country singer and songwriter Granger Smith began his professional music recording career at the age of 19 (he had been playing gigs on the Texas circuit since he was 14) while he was attending Texas A&M, completing his first album, Waiting on Forever, during his freshman year there. He signed a writing and publishing deal with EMI Music Publishing a couple of years later, leaving Texas A&M in his junior year to relocate to Nashville, where he learned the writing...
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