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Doin' Somethin' Right is certified platinum by the RIAA.
While studying in high school he gave audition at Opryland but failed to be selected for the audition.Brook), Twain and Currington cozily dance on a table before swinging together from a red rope tethered to a swaying chandelier.Not exactly what Roger Miller had in mind when he wrote "England Swings," but Twain managed to pull off the same feat in the nearly shot-for-shot version featuring Mc Grath."Party for Two" was Twain's 16th consecutive Top Ten country hit (and her last to date). K., Austria, Belgium, Demark and Germany and just missed the top spot in her native Canada.After almost being offered to join RCA Records, he signed to Mercury Records in 2003.Currington founded the Global South Relief organization which delivers supplies to those in need in Central American countries. The first single was "Walk a Little Straighter" about his relationship with his alcoholic stepfather, including a chorus that Currington wrote when he was twelve years old. 8 that year on the Hot Country Songs chart and established Currington as a major country performer in Nashville.In a while, Billy traveled to Nashville to embark his professional career.
While in Georgia, Billy had his first experience in a ‘County Club’.
He first hit the top 5 on the country charts with his second single, "I Got a Feelin'", also from his debut album.
He scored a third consecutive top 10 hit with Shania Twain in late 2004, on the song "Party for Two".
The song was from Twain's Greatest Hits album and was released in two formats: a pop version with Mark Mc Grath as Twain's duet partner, and the country version, which featured Currington. Doin' Somethin' Right produced his first number one in "Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right", followed by "Why, Why, Why" at No. Co-written by Capitol Records artist Luke Bryan, the latter was the No.
In 2005, Currington released a second album entitled Doin' Somethin' Right, which peaked at No. 2 country song of 2007 according to the Billboard Year-End charts.
At the start of the career, he launched his first album, having the title ‘Billy Currington’.