Currington’s “Beer” is a Digital Hit

Mercury Nashville artist Billy Currington’s latest single, “Pretty Good At Drinkin’ Beer,” written by Troy Jones and produced by Carson Chamberlain and Currington, is the fastest-rising and biggest-selling, first week digital single of his career, tallying over 21k track sales – a 42% increase from his previous best with “Don’t.” “Beer” is the debut single from Currington’s forthcoming fourth album due out September.

Carson has produced all of Currington’s previous albums, including the last project Little Bit Of Everything, which they co-produced. That album delivered three consecutive No. 1 singles, “Don’t,” “People Are Crazy” and “That’s How Country Boys Roll.” “People Are Crazy” went on to garner Grammy, CMA and ACM nominations.

Currington returns from Charleston, South Carolina this week after a two-day photo shoot for the upcoming album. He’ll be back in front of the cameras Friday in Nashville for the filming of a new video for the single and Saturday night when he performs at LP Field for CMA Music Fest.

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