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Billy Currington auditioned at Opryland USA theme park as a junior in high school but didn't make it. However, he moved to Nashville after high school to pursue a career in music. His first stint didn't last long, but he returned after paying his dues at a bar in Georgia. His debut single, "Walk a Little Straighter," tells the story of a child watching his drunk father stumbling through the door and vowing not to make that same mistake when he becomes a father. His self-titled album was released in 2003. In 2004, he memorably swung from a chandelier in the music video for his duet with Shania Twain, "Party For Two." He parlayed his exposure into a successful second album, Doin' Somethin' Right, in 2005. The first single, "Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right," reached No. 1 at the end of 2005. "Don't" was released in mid-2008 as the first single of his third album, and that song made it all the way to No. 2. "That's How Country Boys Roll" became his fourth No. 1 hit in March 2010. In May 2010, he released his tenth solo single overall, "Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer," which hit No. 1 in September. It was the first single from his fourth studio album, entitled Enjoy Yourself, which was released on September 21, 2010. The album's second single, "Let Me Down Easy," reached No. 1 in 2011. The first single from Currington's fifth studio album, "Hey Girl," was released to country radio in March 2013. Summer Forever followed in 2015. Billy Currington continues to sell out shows all over the country.


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