Billy Currington Gets Some Platinum Hardware
Pictured (L-R): John Dennis (Dennis Entertainment), Damon Moberly (SVP Promotion, Mercury Nashville), Billy Currington, Rob Femia (EVP Business & Legal Affairs, UMG Nashville) Photo by Jeff Johnson

Billy Currington Gets Some Platinum Hardware

Billy Currington took the stage in Music City on Saturday (5/18) for a sold-out show at Ascend Amphitheater. Sparking a crowd-wide singalong for the entirety of the hit-filled set, Currington treated fans to chart-toppers including “Pretty Good at Drinkin’ Beer,” “Let Me Down Easy,” “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To,” “People Are Crazy,” “We Are Tonight,” and more than a dozen others.

Moments before the show, Currington was surprised by his UMG Nashville/Mercury Nashville and Dennis Entertainment teams with a plaque to commemorate his Doin’ Somethin’ Right album achieving 2X Platinum certification, plus “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right” and “Good Directions” achieving 4X Platinum status.

Currington will release a career-spanning compilation of his top-charting singles with #1’s Vol. 1, out July 5. The album includes 11 tracks and will be released on both CD and vinyl.

#1’s Vol. 1 Track Listing:
Side A
1. Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right
2. Good Directions
3. People Are Crazy
4. That’s How Country Boys Roll
5. Pretty Good at Drinkin’ Beer
6. Let Me Down Easy
Side B
7. Hey Girl
8. We Are Tonight
9. Don’t It
10. It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To
11. Do I Make You Wanna

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