Conner Smith will release his six-song debut Didn’t Go Too Far next Friday (Jan. 14) via The Valory Music Co. The new collection of songs features his current single “Learn From It” and viral hit “I Hate Alabama.”
Produced by Zach Crowell, Smith co-wrote four of the six tracks on Didn’t Go Too Far, and is the only writer on opening track “College Town.”
“These past 6 months have been a wild ride and started off my career in a way I could only have dreamed of,” says Smith. “Didn’t Go Too Far is the next step for me. This group of songs really gives listeners a look into my world and my roots. I can’t wait to show fans more of who I am as a writer and a performer throughout this year.”
Smith began writing at just 6 years old and signed to BMI at age 9 with original material before collaborating with songwriters Ashley Gorley and Crowell while still in high school. He spent his teen years as a student in the morning and a working songwriter in the afternoon before landing his deal with The Valory Music Co.
The singer-songwriter recently made the Artists To Watch 2022: The Pandora Ten list, the only country act named to the all-genre roundup.
1. “College Town” (Conner Smith)
2. “Learn From It” (Conner Smith, Daniel Ross)
3. “Didn’t Go Too Far” (Conner Smith, Matt Dragstrem, Matt Jenkins)
4. “Take It Slow” (Conner Smith, Ryan Hurd, Mark Trussell)
5. “I Hate Alabama” (Nick Columbia, Drew Green, Hunter Phelps, Lee Starr)
6. “Somewhere In A Small Town” (Conner Smith, Zach Crowell, Hunter Phelps)
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