Earl Dibbles Jr. is something of a mystery man. He's an enigma. He doesn't do interviews, but Granger Smith has always been willing to discuss his alter ego — but one question stumped him in a recent interview.
Granger Smith built his career through a long series of indie releases before signing with Wheelhouse Records to release his new album, Remington, and he reached back into the vault for a bonus track titled "5 More Minutes."
Granger Smith has had a busy week. A day after he traveled to all 13 colonies for his Granger Across Merica Pledge of Allegiance Tour, he headed to the Big Apple to perform his No. 1 single "Backroad Song" on Today Tuesday morning (March 8).
Granger Smith is a happily married man today, but he admits he was kind of a "creep" in approaching his now-wife about getting together. During a chat with Taste of Country Nights, Smith reveals that he first contacted Amber via Facebook...
This week country newcomer Granger Smith has done something every up and coming artist wishes to do; he has the No. 1 song on country radio. His debut single "Backroad Song" claimed the top spot on the Mediabase Country Songs chart.
It is only fitting that Granger Smith's music video for "Backroad Song" would include him driving through some back roads in a pickup truck, but the singer also takes shelter in a barn to belt out his major label debut.