Nate Smith Shared Why He Pushed Back New Album Release

Nate Smith called into The Bobby Bones Show as his debut single “Whiskey on You” is almost the number one song, why he pushed back his album release and the first time he called 911 and his dad showed up!

He’s got a lot to celebrate these days. He’s getting ready to hit the road with Thomas Rhett on his ‘Home Team 23 Tour’ starting in May. His debut single “Whiskey on You” is approaching the number one spot on the country charts, and he has a new album coming out soon on April 28th. It was originally supposed to be released in February but thought it would make more sense if he released it at a time where he has a lot going on. He’ll be performing with Rhett at Stagecoach in late April.

When asked if he’s ever been in a real-life emergency, he shared a story from when he was nine years old. He and his brother were at a dog training event for their dog. He convinced his brother it was their grandmother at 911 and to call it and make Beavis and Butt-Head jokes. They kept calling the other person on the line a butthead until a police officer showed up, who happened to be his dad. He took them to the station and made them apologize to all the dispatchers. To this day they still call him 911 boy.

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