Conner Smith

Conner Smith

Conner Smith

Singer-Songwriter

Conner Smith is an American country singer and songwriter who was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. He started writing songs at the age of six and signed his first publishing deal at the age of sixteen. He is currently signed to Big Machine Records' Valory label and has released three singles: "Learn from It", "Take It Slow", and "Creek Will Rise". creek will rise Conner Smith gained popularity after releasing a song called "I Hate Alabama", which went viral on TikTok. The song was written by his friend Hunter Phelps and resonated with Smith, who is a Tennessee fan. The song's success led him to release his debut EP, Didn't Go Too Far, in 2022, which was produced by Zach Crowell. The EP's lead single, "Learn from It", made the top 40 on Billboard Country Airplay. Conner Smith has also achieved several accolades and awards for his music, including two CMT Music Award nominations and one Academy of Country Music Award nomination. He also became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2022, inducted by his childhood hero Trisha Yearwood. He is currently the youngest member of the Opry. smoky mountains He released his debut studio album, Smoky Mountains, on January 26, 2024, which features his first top 20 hit, "Creek Will Rise".
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