On his way out of the Taste of Country studio, Granger Smith was kind enough to stop for one last question — alright, multiple last questions — before hitting the road, and his answers were pretty revealing.
Granger Smith didn't just get angry upon learning about the multiple fake accounts misrepresenting him on Twitter and Facebook, he got answers. During a remarkable episode of his new Granger Smith Podcast, Smith explores the dark world of social media scamming.
On Sunday night (Feb. 5), millions of football fans were glued to their television screens as they watched the New England Patriots defeat the Atlanta Falcons at Super Bowl LI. Country stars were some of the viewers, many of whom praised Luke Bryan for his performance of the National Anthem at the s…
Granger Smith is coming to Minnesota! He's set to play on Thursday, March 2nd at the Skyway Theater in downtown Minneapolis. Tickets go on sale this Friday (1/13) morning at 11:00, but because you're a 98.1 Insider you can get yours early!
Granger Smith has seen the videos. You've probably seen the videos of his stage fall in Sayreville, N. J., as well. Seemingly everyone, including his oldest two kids, has seen him step onto a wobbly monitor and come crashing down. Smith jokes that he can't get away from it.
Giving back to our veterans has always been a common virtue across country music. Granger Smith is one artist who actively honors our soldiers, and he's continuing that mission with the 5th annual Boot Walk.