Win A BILLY CURRINGTON Prize Pack!
From small-town Son of the South to hot new artist to bona fide country star, Billy Currington has seen it all.
In 2003 he burst onto the Nashville scene with his self-titled debut album, and proceeded to burn up the charts with Top Ten singles “I Got a Feelin’” and “Walk a Little Straighter”. It wasn’t long before the legendary Shania Twain tapped him to be her duet partner in their smash hit “Party for Two”.
In the accompanying video, Currington swung from an enormous chandelier and straight into the hearts of Americans everywhere.
Currington got his start in Nashville after some of his songwriting work found its way to producer Carson Chamberlain, who promptly put one of Billy’s songs on hold. A few weeks later, Carson and Billy ran into each another at the Longhorn Steakhouse; as a result of their conversation that night, the boys got together and started penning songs.
A handful of Currington-Chamberlain demos landed on the desk of Universal Music Group Nashville’s (UMGN) Chairman Luke Lewis, and Billy Currington’s dream of landing a record deal finally came true. In 2001, he signed on as an artist with Mercury Nashville, a division of UMGN.
Billy’s latest effort, Little Bit Of Everything, is just what it claims to be – a little bit of everything. The album showcases his talent for country with influences from R&B, pop and rock ’n’ roll over the span of eleven tracks, all produced by Currington and longtime collaborator Chamberlain.
“Carson and I have been together since the beginning. We’re just a great team, and we work well together. He’s given me the opportunity to grow as a singer, songwriter and producer.”
So, if you would like to win a very special Billy Currington Prize Pack - consisting of an AUTOGRAPHED CD, coaster, magnet frame, mouse pad & even a poster - then just answer this easy question: As a high school junior, a classmate invited Currington to her father's church. Struck by the church's music – a blend of gospel and country – he complimented the preacher on the music. At the preacher's request, Currington sang the following Sunday. Impressed with what he heard, the preacher eventually drove Currington to Nashville to audition ... where?!
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