Granger Smith released his first major label album, Remington, just days after "Backroad Song" became his first No. 1 single in February of this year.
In celebration of Independence Day, let's take a look at the making of his alter-ego, Earl Dibbles Jr...
Our good pal, Granger Smith, has had quite the year, and he's capped it with his first Top 30 radio single, "Backroad Song" (it's still on the rise, btw).
Next on his plate, Smith has been named a finalist for the New Faces Show at CRS (Country Radio Seminar) this year, and who better to campaign for him than Earl Dibbles Jr...
Earl Dibbles Jr is back with his week 12 college football predictions, and with his one-two-three punch of brutal honesty / unmatched country logic / blistering insight, Dibbles Jr.’s Dip ‘em or Pick ‘em, as seen on CBS Sports, has taken the college football world by storm.
In "Good News for Granger News," Granger Smith's alter ego and world-wide phenomenon, Earl Dibbles Jr.'s next round of videos will be revealed at CMT.com, ending with the Thanksgiving Day release of Granger's new music video for "Miles and Mud Tires."
Besides writing and singing hit songs, Granger Smith and his band have a reputation for developing characters, skits, funny songs — then uploading them to YouTube. By now we all know Granger’s look-a-like Earl Dibbles Jr. this“Country Boy” character has taken Texas and the internet by storm. This week Earl has the RTX Sunday Video.