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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.
Doin' Somethin' Right is certified platinum by the RIAA.
Doin' Somethin' Right also featured "Lucille" which was a song Currington covered from original artist Kenny Rogers. He was absent from the charts for nearly a year before the release of his next single, "Don't", in mid-2008.
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 18 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, including 11 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", "It Don't Hurt Like It Used To", and "Do I Make You Wanna".
On July 19, 2007, Currington announced he had cancelled the rest of his tour dates for the year because of laryngitis. It was the first single from his third studio album, Little Bit of Everything, which was released on October 14. "People Are Crazy", co-written by Bobby Braddock and Troy Jones, was released as the second single from the album in March 2009 and this became his third number one hit in July 2009.
With a February 19th kick-off, Billy Currington has chosen the right name for his 2016 headlining Summer Forever tour.
When he was a junior in Effingham County High School (Springfield, Georgia), Currington auditioned for a spot at Opryland, the renowned country music theme park located in Nashville.
Failing the audition, after high school he moved to Nashville to pursue his career in country music.
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 twenty top 40 hits. He has four sisters (Lexie, Ann, Kim, and Kellie) and two brothers (Charles and Jason).
When he was one and a half years old, his mother, Donna, married Laurie (Larry) Currington, whose surname Billy adopted.