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Andy Griggs Wiki
Andy Griggs born (Andrew Tyler Griggs) is an American country music artist. He has released three albums for RCA Records Nashville (You Won’t Ever Be Lonely, Freedom, and This I Gotta See) and a fourth (The Good Life) for Montage Music Group.
Andy Griggs Biography
These four albums have accounted for 13 singles and 6 Top Tens on the Billboard country chart, the highest being “You Won’t Ever Be Lonely” and “She’s More”, which peaked at number 2. He also charted “Grow Young With You”, a cut from the soundtrack to the film Where the Heart Is.
Andy Griggs Age
He was born on August13, 1973, in West Monroe, Louisiana, United States. He is 48 years old.
Andy Griggs Family
Darrell his father died when Andy was only 10 years old, so his elder brother took up the father figure role but he died of a heart attack at age 22.
Andy Griggs Wife
He got married to Stephanie Sullivan in 1995. They were together from 25 February 1995and they break up in 2003. He later got married to Renee Davis. Rene and Andy married on 11 January 2005. The relationship ended and they later divorced in 2013.
Andy Griggs Children
He does not have any children.
Andy Griggs Height
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Andy Griggs Salary
His salary is estimated to be between $50k to $100k.
Andy Griggs If Heaven
If Heaven is a song written by Gretchen Peters, and recorded by American country music singer Andy Griggs. It was released in October 2004 as the second single from his album This I Gotta See. Griggs’ eleventh single on the Billboard country singles charts, it is also the final Top 40 country hit of his career, peaking at number 5 in mid-2005.
Griggs Andy Songs|Top Songs|Music
- She’s More 1999
- You Won’t Ever Be Lonely 1999
- If Heaven 2004
- She Thinks She Needs Me 2004
- Tonight I Wanna Be Your Man 2002
- I’ll Go Crazy 1999
- How Cool is That 2002
- You Made Me This Way 1999
- I Miss You the Most 1999
- Waitin’ on Sundown 1999
- Ain’t Livin’ Long Like This 1999
- A Side of Me 1999
- Shine on Me 1999
- Ain’t Done Nothin’ Wrong 1999
- I Don’t Know a Thing 1999
- What If It’s Me 2008
- Practice Life 2002
- Tattoo Rose 2008
- I Never Had a Chance 2004
- Why do I Still Want You 2004
- My Kind of Beautiful 2004
- Careful Where You Kiss Me 2004
- A Hundred Miles of Bad Road 2002
- Hillbilly Band 2004
- No Mississippi 2004
- The Road to Lasting Love 2002
- Brand New Something Going On 2002
- Where’s a Train 2002
- Custom Made 2002
- Be Still 2004
- Twenty Little Angels 2013
- Sweetheart of Beinja Bayou 2002
Griggs Andy Net Worth
He is an American country music artist. He has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Griggs Andy If Heaven Lyrics
Griggs Andy She’s More
She’s More is a song written by Liz Hengber and Rob Crosby, and recorded by American country music singer Andy Griggs. It was released in January 2000 as the third single from his debut album, You Won’t Ever Be Lonely. The song reached the Top 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart.
Griggs Andy Tour|2019
- Thursday 06 June 2019 – Sunday 09 June 2019
CMA Fest 2019
Nashville, TN, US
- Andy Griggs
CMA Music Festival 2019
Budweiser Forever Country Stage, Nashville, TN, US
Griggs Andy Albums|Discography
- Naked 2012
- The Good Life 2008
- This I Gotta See 2004
- Freedom 2002
- You Won’t Ever Be Lonely 1999
Griggs Andy This I Gotta See
This I Gotta See is the third studio album by country music singer Andy Griggs. Released in 2004 as his final album for RCA Records, the album produced three singles: “She Thinks She Needs Me”, “If Heaven” and the title track. These first two singles each reached No. 5 on the Hot Country Songs charts, while the title track reached No. 58. Four of this album’s tracks have been recorded by other country music acts.
“Careful Where You Kiss Me” by Lonestar on their 2006 album Mountains, and “No Mississippi” by Gary Nichols on his self-titled debut album, which was not released. Additionally, “My Kind of Beautiful” was recorded in 2008 by the group One Flew South on their debut album Last of the Good Guys, from which it was released as a single. Jason Aldean covered the title track on his 2009 album Wide Open.
Griggs Andy Twenty Little Angels
Griggs Andy I’ll Go Crazy
I’ll Go Crazy is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Andy Griggs. It was released in July 1999 as the second single from the album You Won’t Ever Be Lonely. The song reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Griggs wrote this song with Zack Turner and Lonnie Wilson.