The power of music has always been in Granger Smith’s hands, even when he didn’t know it. When people need hope, his songs inspire it. When people are in a tough spot, he shows them a way out. When people are looking for purpose, he is proof that sometimes purpose finds you. That’s what country music has done for Smith. And that’s the true measure of a bona fide artist: when you can share a little bit of yourself with every story you tell and every picture you paint. After the kind of year Smith had—we all had—he decided to let his music do the healing. Not just for himself, but for anyone who needs to hear songs that let them know they’re not alone on whatever road they’re taking.
Granger Smith is rapidly becoming a household name in the country music scene. If somehow you haven’t heard even one of his nine studio albums, you may have heard of his alter-ego Earl Dibbles Jr. He has toured the country countless times, playing in notable spots like the White House multiple times. Granger also toured 9 other countries on 2 other continents, playing for the troops overseas in Iraq and Kuwait.