Conner Smith was born to write songs. His mother interviewed songwriters as part of her work when he was a small child; he remembers being in her office, transfixed, listening to the tapes of the people most music lovers never saw telling the stories of where the songs came from. By the time he was 6, he was writing his own. By the time he was 9, he’d signed to BMI as a writer. Being so immersed in songs and where they came from, the 21-year-old Nashville native is the rarest of all things: a songwriter from the inside out. Smith penned five of the six songs from his recent debut DIDN’T GO TOO FAR via The Valory Music Co. Produced by Zach Crowell, the six song collection features current Country radio single “Learn From It” as well as viral hit “I Hate Alabama.” The Nashville native continues to feed his growing fan base and build on his momentum while currently on the road for select dates with Ryan Hurd, followed by a summer run on Thomas Rhett’s BRING THE BAR TO YOU TOUR. He has previously performed alongside some of the genre’s other top acts including Kane Brown, and Sam Hunt. For more information and dates visit ConnerSmithMusic.com.