Currington Show Breaks 20-year Attendance Record

Members of Currington's Mercury Nashville/UMG team turned out to support him at the Kentucky State Fair, where he broke the attendance record. (L-R) Brian Wright, Senior Vice President, A&R, Universal Music Group Nashville (UMGN); Amber Williams, Senior Director, Artist & Media Relations, UMGN; Currington; Michael Deputato, Vice President, Digital, UMGN; Tom Lord, Vice President, Marketing, UMGN. Photo: Stephen Shepherd

Billy Currington set an attendance record during his recent show at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky. He drew 20,000 fans, breaking a 20-year-old Kentucky State Fair attendance record set by Charlie Daniels. Check out Currington’s acoustic version of his hit “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right” recorded live in Kentucky.

Currington is gearing up for the release of his fourth album, Enjoy Yourself, coming out Sept. 21 through Mercury Nashville. The lead single “Pretty Good At Drinkin’ Beer” has hit No. 1 on the radio chart. A preview of the album is on YouTube.

Fans can also pre-order it on iTunes and receive a bonus acoustic track of the single.

Currington on stage at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky. Photo: Stephen Shepherd

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