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Granger Smith brings unique country music to Laramie on Monday

2014-03-28T13:00:00Z Granger Smith brings unique country music to Laramie on MondayStar-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
March 28, 2014 1:00 pm  • 

Granger Smith doesn't always play by the rules. The Texas singer/songwriter blends music styles for a refreshing and unique variation on the growing independent country music scene.

He will perform Monday at Gryphon Theatre in Laramie.

Smith has been performing since he was 19. His journey has been a unique one, having performed at the White House and on multiple music tours for troops in Iraq and Kuwait.

In 2013, his ninth album, "Rollin' Feel Good," was released and he has had eight Top 10 singles on the Texas Music Charts. Most recently, his single "Miles and Mud Tires," from his album Dirt Road Driveways, made the top spot on the Texas Music Charts in February.

He also entertains fans with his goofy alter-ego, Earl Dibbles Jr., a country boy. The character has become a viral success with his own music video, "The Country Boy Song."

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