Billy Currington Turns His "Hurt" into His 11th Career #1

Mercury NashvilleBilly Currington claims the eleventh number-one of his career this week, as “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” ascends to the top of Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.

“It’s a song that I wrote and to be honest, was not sure if it should be a single or not,” he confesses. “You never want to put out a single just because you wrote it… This time though, my team kept talking about it and we could all feel the reaction live.”

Billy’s fans have a few more chances to hear his latest chart-topper in person this year, as he finishes up the final dates on his 2016 Summer Forever Tour in the coming days. He’ll stop in San Antonio and Fort Worth, Texas as well as Charleston, South Carolina before the end of the month.

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