The Georgia native is less about the peach, more about the beach on his latest release. Whichever: pick your pleasure...the peaceful turn-of-phrase (and of waves) tune is chock full of tranquility! -TCC
*(Actually, he's about both and Georgia happens to offer that fine combo - if you follow him on Instagram you already know).
Multi-Platinum hitmaker Billy Currington is sailing into the end of summer with a brand-new track, “Anchor Man,” out everywhere today. Written (anchored) by Paul Overstreet and Scotty Emerick, the song is produced by Carson Chamberlain.
From the wistful view of a man-once-behind-the-newsdesk Currington sings, “ain’t no bad news, only good views, the sky and the water are the only blues,” as his instantly identifiable tenor eases into escapism with a dual-meaning message.
“Anchor Man” follows Currington’s recent release “City Don’t,”
Next weekend, Currington will take the stage in Boca Raton, FL (9/8) and Clearwater, FL (9/9), with more tour dates scheduled through September. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.billycurrington.com.
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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.” Two new songs – “City Don’t” and “Anchor Man” – are out now, with more new music on the way. For more information and upcoming tour dates, visit www.billycurrington.com.
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