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EDITORS’ NOTES

Billy Currington’s sixth album capitalizes on the singer's easygoing charm with a string of warm-weather anthems and gorgeous ballads. Playful tunes like “Soundtrack” and “Do I Make You Wanna” inspire us to roll the windows down and turn the volume up, but it’s the bittersweet moments—like the stream-of-consciousness come-on of “Jonesin’”—that give Summer Forever a lasting glow.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Billy Currington’s sixth album capitalizes on the singer's easygoing charm with a string of warm-weather anthems and gorgeous ballads. Playful tunes like “Soundtrack” and “Do I Make You Wanna” inspire us to roll the windows down and turn the volume up, but it’s the bittersweet moments—like the stream-of-consciousness come-on of “Jonesin’”—that give Summer Forever a lasting glow.

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

241 Ratings

Summer Forever

Lizie630,

Do yourself a favor and buy this whole album. Billy Currington really takes over the country genre with these tracks. Listening to this really makes you feel as if summer could last forever. "It Don't Hurt Like It Used To" is definitely my favorite. If you don't want to buy all of the songs, check these out: "Don't It", "Wake Me Up", "Give It To Me Straight", "It Don't Hurt Like It Used To", "Nowhere Town", "Do I Make You Wanna", and "Summer Forever".

Billy doesn't disappoint.

Don't it.,

I've seen billy over 20 times, never have I left a show thinking he didn't give it his all. I can't wait for this album or any other future projects billy shares with fans. He's truly a classy and down to earth guy who doesn't need the glamor of fame but simply enjoys performing and sharing his talents.

About Billy Currington

Country singer/songwriter Billy Currington was raised in Rincon, Georgia. Following high school, he made a couple attempts at relocating to Nashville in the hopes of getting a career in music off the ground, finally landing a job there at a concrete company, while still finding time to play at clubs on the side and work on song demos. When singer Mark Wills put a hold on one of his songs, Currington met and began writing with Wills' producer, Carson Chamberlain, which eventually led to a recording contract with Mercury Records. His first single, "Walk a Little Straighter," was released in 2003, and drew heavily on Currington's experiences with an alcoholic father (the chorus for the song was actually written when Currington was only 12 years old).

A debut album, Billy Currington, was released on Mercury Records in 2003. A second album, Doin' Somethin' Right, followed in 2005 on Mercury Nashville. Three years later, Currington delivered the eclectic, R&B-inflected Little Bit of Everything, also on Mercury Nashville. In 2010 Currington returned with his tenth studio effort, Enjoy Yourself, featuring the Troy Jones co-written single "Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer." That song went to number one, as did "Let Me Down Easy." "Love Done Gone" and "Like My Dog" also reached the country Top 40.

Currington returned to action in 2013, releasing the single "Hey Girl" in March and then delivering the full-length We Are Tonight that September. The album debuted at five on the Billboard Country charts, and spawned the number one Country Airplay hits "Hey Girl" and "We Are Tonight." In 2015, Currington returned with Summer Forever, an album preceded by the single "Don't It" -- a song that reached number four on the U.S. Hot Country Songs chart -- and supported by "Drinkin' Town with a Football Problem." ~ Steve Leggett

  • ORIGIN
    Savannah, GA
  • GENRE
    Country
  • BORN
    Nov 19, 1973

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