Billy was on CMT Insiders, in 2006 for the CMA Nominee Reports.
Billy guest starred on the CMT show Foxworthy's Big Night Out in October 2006.
In 2004 Shania Twain did a duet with Billy Currington called "Party For Two".
In 2006, Billy was nominated for the Top New Male Vocalist Award by the Academy of Country Music.
Billy recorded both "Why, Why, Why" and "I Got A Feelin" at Nashville's Tin Roof.
Men's Fitness Magazine named Billy as one of the "25 Fittest Guys." He was the only country artist included in the list. (June/July 2006)
Billy was named one of CMT 20 Sexiest Southern Men.
Billy is listed as one of the "Hottest Bachelors in the U.S." in the June 2006 issue of People Magazine.
While in Nashville, Billy also worked as a personal trainer.
The chorus to "Walk a Little Straighter," was written when Billy was only 12 years old.
Billy has four brothers and two sisters.
Billy's stepfather was an alcoholic. He eventually died of cancer.
Billy worked at a concrete company to support himself while pursuing his musical dream.
Billy attended church with a friend while he was a high school junior. He complimented the preacher on the music and the preacher invited him back to sing the next Sunday. This preacher drove Billy to Nashville to audition for the Opryland USA theme park.
Billy bought his first guitar at a pawn shop in Savannah, Georgia, for about $120.
Billy's hometown had a population of only 4,376.
Billy wanted to show his appreciation for Kenny Rogers, so he included a cover of Lucille on his new album.
Billy's first album he ever recieved was Kenny Rogers. It was a gift from his mother for Christmas at the age of 10.
Before making his sophomore album, Billy made himself picture every song live in front of a crowd.
Nashville Lifestyles magazine named Billy one of its 25 Most Beautiful People.
Billy appeared clothed on the March 2005 issue of Playgirl magazine.
USA Today, named Billy an 'On the Verge' artist.
Billy's video for "I Got a Feelin" co-starred Baywatch beauty Gena Lee Nolin.
Billy's video "Must Be Doin' Something Right" won the CMT Award for Hottest Video of the Year.
Billy and Shania performed their duet, Party for Two on the 2004 Country Music Association Awards and on a special episode of the Good Morning America show from Nashville.
Billy: I go to all of these small towns often and it seems like there isn't much there. That's how it was where I grew up. You walked the railroad tracks or walked down to the store or sat in your backyard. It's all a part of the slow life. You aren't battling 20 red lights and horns and sirens and having to get from job to job.
Billy: I've never been to a town where I didn't see a concrete truck. I always remember doing that work and am so thankful that I don't do that anymore. I'm not above it, it's just not what I love. I love what I'm doing now. I am so thankful that I get to do what I love.
Billy: The bigger and better is nice. The hotels are nice and visiting different countries is great. But I always try to picture it at the end. When you are 80, what are you really going to want? What's really going to matter? It's not a lot of materialistic things for me. It's just maybe a front porch, a couple of rocking chairs, a simple life.