Dallas Smith, the 3-time CCMA Awards Entertainer of the Year, is back with an exciting musical treat for his fans. His latest single, “Fixer Upper,” is a heartwarming song that delves into the intricate world of self-work within a relationship.
“Fixer Upper” paints a vivid picture of the struggles and triumphs that come with the commitment to repair and rebuild a love that’s worth fighting for. Dallas Smith’s vocals bring the lyrics to life, making it a powerful anthem that so many people can relate to.
In addition to “Fixer Upper,” Dallas Smith has also unveiled another single “CRZY” from his upcoming album. This track reflects on the tumultuous end of a relationship. With its poignant lyrics and soul-stirring melody, “CRZY” is an exploration of heartbreak and moving on.
“When I heard ‘Fixer Upper’ and ‘CRZY’ for the first time, I knew they needed to be a part of my new musical chapter,” said Smith. “They are authentic to my story and a taste of what’s to come with the album.”
A Glimpse into Dallas Smith’s Upcoming Album, Dallas Smith
These singles are just a glimpse of what’s in store with Dallas Smith’s highly anticipated album, aptly titled Dallas Smith, set to release on October 27th. This album promises to be a musical journey filled with stories of love, loss, and self-discovery.
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Produced by acclaimed producer Joey Moi, known for his work with artists like Morgan Wallen and HARDY, the album features 12 songs that showcase Smith’s versatility as an artist. From heartfelt ballads to foot-tapping anthems, Dallas Smith is a testament to his evolution as a musician.
Track Listing for “Dallas Smith”
Here’s a sneak peek at the full track listing for Dallas Smith’s upcoming album:
- “Use Me” (*John Byron, Jared Hampton, Tate Howell)
- “How Do You Miss Me” (*Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy, Mark Holman)
- “Fixer Upper” (*Matt Dragstrem, Brett Tyler, Morgan Wallen)
- “Singing In A Beer” (*Rocky Block, Casey Brown, Parker Welling)
- “One Too (feat. MacKenzie Porter)” (*Rocky Block, Tom Jordan, Mitch Thompson, Alysa Vanderheym)
- “I Would” (*Michael Hardy, Mark Holman, Hillary Lindsey)
- “Bring It On” (*Rodney Clawson, Mark Holman, Ernest Keith Smith)
- “Good Time Getting There” (*Jake Owen, Jimmy Robbins, Laura Veltz)
- “CRZY” (*Jaren Johnston, Travis Meadows, Stephen Wilson Jr.)
- “Day After Day (feat. Shawn Austin)” (*Preston Brust, John Byron, Chris Lucas, Blake Pendergrass)
- “Hide From A Broken Heart” (*Mark Holman, Lauren LaRue, Ernest Keith Smith, Geoff Warburton)
- “Home Is Where The Bar Is” (*Mark Holman, Jared Mullins, Ernest Keith Smith, Cole Swindell)
Getting to Know Dallas Smith: A Remarkable Journey in Music
Dallas Smith’s journey in the music industry is nothing short of remarkable. From being the frontman of the platinum-selling rock band Default to winning the prestigious CCMA Entertainer of the Year award three times, he has consistently delivered music that resonates with fans across genres.
With 12 number one hit singles at country radio, 18 gold-certified singles, seven platinum-certified singles, and four gold-certified albums, Dallas Smith has left an indelible mark on the country music landscape. His music has garnered over 520 million global streams and more than two million album equivalents, making him a bona fide hitmaker.
Smith’s ability to connect with audiences through his music is unparalleled, and his recent win for Musical Collaboration of the Year with Mackenzie Porter is a testament to his enduring appeal.
“Fixer Upper” and “CRZY” set the stage for his upcoming album, Dallas Smith. With his incredible track record of success and a deep connection with his audience, Smith is poised to continue making waves in the world of country music.
So mark your calendars for October 27th, and get ready to embark on a musical journey with Dallas Smith that’s bound to leave a lasting impression.
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