William Matthew "Billy" Currington (born November 19, 1973) is an American country music singer and songwriter, signed to Mercury Nashville Records in 2003.
He has released six studio albums for the label: Billy Currington (2003), Doin' Somethin' Right (2005), Little Bit of Everything (2008), Enjoy Yourself (2010), We Are Tonight (2013), and Summer Forever (2015).
These six albums have produced seventeen singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, including ten number one hits; "Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right", "Good Directions", "People Are Crazy", "That's How Country Boys Roll", "Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer", "Let Me Down Easy", "Hey Girl", "We Are Tonight", "Don't It", and "It Don't Hurt Like It Used To".
He has also charted as a duet partner on Shania Twain's single "Party for Two" and his own non-album single "Tangled Up", for a total of nineteen top 40 hits. He has four sisters (Lexie, Ann, Kim, and Kellie) and two brothers (Charles and Jason).
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.
He first hit the top 5 on the country charts with his second single, "I Got a Feelin'", also from his debut album.
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.Doin' Somethin' Right is certified platinum by the RIAA.