Conner Smith Cranks Up the Dial with “Creek Will Rise” (Live)

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Courtesy of The Valory Music Co. Photo Credit: Cooper Smith

Blood Pumping Top-30-Bound Single Surpasses 16 Million Streams to Date
Captured During Sold-Out Home State Shows on the Tennessee Native’s First-Ever Headline Tour, Watch the Live Music Video Here
Smith Joins Luke Bryan’s COUNTRY ON TOUR Next Week

Rising singer/songwriter CONNER SMITH’s authentic storytelling and rich, soulful voice has resonated with audiences nationwide, earning him a dedicated and passionate following. He’s come to know exactly what his fans want – and he’s delivering. Encapsulating his “high energy fan forward show” (All Country News) from his first-ever headline tour, Smith arrives today with a live version of his Top-30-bound single “Creek Will Rise” (The Valory Music Co.) that has quickly become an anthem among his loyal fanbase and amassed over 16 million streams to date. Captured during at-capacity home state stops in Knoxville and Nashville during the final trek of the tour this past spring, his rollicking performance is fully realized with its accompany music video – watch here.
“I’m excited we were able to capture a live version of such a special song for me with “Creek Will Rise,” especially from such an equally special couple of nights during my first-ever headlining tour in my hometown of Nashville and an epic stop in Knoxville,” shared Smith. “During this tour, it was truly overwhelming to see the level of support every single night. Being able to close it out with a weekend in my home state makes it that much sweeter.”
Smith has already had a jam-packed summer with his recent homecoming performance at CMA Fest in Nashville with upcoming festivals including Faster Horses (7/14) and Watershed (8/6) on the horizon. Next week, Smith joins Luke Bryan’s COUNTRY ON TOUR this summer beginning July 6 in Wantach, NY before supporting Jordan Davis and Cole Swindell on select dates through the fall.
 After penning his first song at 6 and scoring a publishing deal at 16, the Country prodigy wrote five of the six songs on his Zach Crowell-produced debut collection DIDN’T GO TOO FAR (The Valory Music Co.). Featuring his first Top 40 hit “Learn From It,” viral smash “I Hate Alabama,” and GOLD-certified “Take It Slow,” the charismatic effort laid an artistic foundation that earned Smith 2022 Artist to Watch status from Spotify, Amazon Music and Opry NextStage, while also making him the only Country artist on Pandora’s Ten List 2022 and securing 2023 recognition from MusicRow Next Big Thing, CMT Listen Up, and more. As Smith continues to grow up in full view of his fans – both on the page and the stage – CMT calls him “an unstoppable force to be reckoned with.” Looking ahead, he promises fans a new batch of “next level” music, further mixing in-the-moment energy with timeless meaning.

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