Billy Currington is sharing his slow-rolling ode to small towns and country living, “City Don’t,” out everywhere today. Written by Scooter Carusoe, Joshua Miller and Chris LaCorte, the song is produced by Carson Chamberlain. Evoking the breezy summer feeling of his biggest chart-topping hits, Currington sings:
They got five stars, we got millions
They got nice bars, we got sippin’ straight out of a can
On somebody’s land with a homegrown girl
And a God-made tan singin’, “Goodbye Earl”
Got everything I need, everything I could want
‘Cause the country does something for me the city don’t
Fans can catch Currington on the road this summer with headline shows coast-to-coast, and high-profile festival appearances. For tickets and a full list of tour dates, visit www.billycurrington.com.
About Billy Currington:
Billy Currington has spent nearly two decades topping the country charts, parlaying his rich, emotion-laden tenor and unerring song sense into some of the format’s most memorable hits. The Georgia native has tallied 12 No. 1 singles to his name, including 4X Platinum hit “People Are Crazy,” 3X Platinum “Good Directions,” 3X Platinum “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right,” plus Platinum hits “Do I Make You Wanna,” “We Are Tonight,” “Don’t It” and more. Equally skilled at delivering upbeat summertime anthems as well as exploring the complexities of life and love with a poignant ballad, Currington also joined Jessie James Decker on the wistful, slow-burning duet “I Still Love You.” His brand-new song “City Don’t” is out now, with more new music on the way. For more information and upcoming tour dates, visit www.billycurrington.com.
Billy Currington (City Don’t) OC: …city don’t. :12
“My brand-new song, it’s called ‘City Don’t,’ and it’s simply about, you know I love the city and I love the country, but there’s something about the country that does something to me that the city don’t.”