GRANGER SMITH’S “REMINGTON” AVAILABLE NOW FOR PRE-ORDER ON ITUNES

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

Pre-Order Includes Four Instant Grat Tracks; Pre-Sale Bundles Also Available Via Online Store

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 5, 2016) – Wheelhouse Records flagship artist Granger Smith will release his hugely anticipated new album Remington on March 4. Pre-order for Remington begins today on iTunes, with orders accompanied by instant grat downloads. Visit http://geni.us/remington to pre-order.

Fans that pre-order today will automatically receive the hit single, “Backroad Song,” which is currently sitting inside the Top 5 at both Billboard and Mediabase and continues its ascent up the charts. The official music video for “Backroad Song” premiered on CMT Hot 20 Countdown on January 16 and is now in heavy rotation on the network. You can watch the video here.

The full list of instant grat tracks are available as follows:

2/5 – “Backroad Song”

2/12 – “If the Boot Fits”

2/19 – “Tonight”

2/26 – “Merica” (feat. Earl Dibbles Jr.)

Additionally, exclusive presale bundles are now available through the online store on Granger’s website https://store.grangersmith.com, which also include a membership to his new fan club, Yee Yee Nation. These bundles include:

  • $10 CD + instant grat
  • $15 Signed CD + instant grat
  • $35 CD + One year $25 level fan club membership
  • $60 CD + One year $50 level fan club membership (which also includes an exclusive fan club tee)

Granger Smith has taken country music by storm. Among the many recent accolades, Forbes called Granger “Country’s Next Big Star,” CMT named him one of their “Listen Up Artists of 2016” and Taste of Country revealed him as their “#1 Artist To Watch in 2016.”

Remington was written over the course of two years and is a deeply personal “diary” of Granger’s life during that period of time, yet each track is superbly relatable. From the poignant track “Tractor,” written about the sudden loss of his father; to the light-hearted and charismatic “If the Boot Fits;” to the stylistic and cleverly penned title track “Remington;” fans can expect to be taken on an emotional ride.

Granger continues to tour the U.S., breaking attendance records on his headlining national Yee Yee Nation tour. To see all tour dates click here.

ABOUT GRANGER SMITH

Country music trailblazer, Granger Smith, is the flagship artist (along with Trace Adkins) on BBR Music Group’s newest imprint, Wheelhouse Records. With sold-out national tours, a social media following of more than 4.5 million, and YouTube views exceeding 42 million, Granger Smith has amassed a rabid audience, while building a truly groundbreaking career. Granger’s new album, Remington, is due out March 4 via Wheelhouse Records. The album, produced by Granger Smith and Frank Rogers, features the hit single “Backroad Song,” which continues its ascent at Country Radio, catapulting into the Top 5 on both the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase charts (as of 2/1/16). Granger’s most recent EP, 4×4, debuted at #6 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart. Granger was recently tapped as iHeart Media’s “On The Verge” artist, CBS Radio’s “LAUNCH” program and COX Media’s “Up Next” artist. His “YEE YEE NATION” national tour has sold out and broke attendance records and merchandise sales records at nearly every venue. Granger’s country boy alter-ego, Earl Dibbles Jr., has its own following and garnered him a weekly segment called “Dip ‘Em and Pick ‘Em” on CBS Sports Network’s Inside College Football. Accolades continue to pour in for the fast-rising star. Granger has been named “Country’s Next Big Star” by Forbes, MusicRow’s “Next Big Thing,” Rolling Stone Country’s “New Country Artists You Need To Know,” Billboard’s “Artist To Watch,” Huffington Post’s “Top 20 Artists To Watch,” Taste of Country’s “Hottest New Act of 2016,” among others. Granger recently celebrated another milestone in his prolific career making his Grand Ole Opry debut, delivering back-to-back performances at the legendary Ryman Auditorium also known as the “mother church.”

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