Songs about what's real to people are the ones that will be around for a very long time.
Grant Maloy Smith is an American Roots Singer/Songwriter with a country bent. His songs tell heartfelt stories about real people, and are unfailingly optimistic and forward looking. His 2013 album YELLOW TRAILER earned rave reviews, including this one from the Aquarian “...Smith’s lyrical work is just as impressive from track to track, staying true to folk style storytelling in music while keeping it sounding fresh and enjoyable.” Grant is a member of the Recording Academy (the Grammys®), the CMA, and is a BMI Recording artist. His upcoming album DUST BOWL is being released nationally and internationally in June 2017.
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There ain't no telling where I'd go
If I lived in a yellow trailer
I'd roll right down to Mexico
There'll be caution in the wind
And phone calls coming in
I'll drive until I can't remember when…
I wish I knew how to ride a pony
How to brush his coat and treat him right
'cause if I knew how to ride a pony
We'd ride along the beach at night
There'll be seagulls in the air
and whitecaps everywhere
We'll ride until the wind sings out a prayer
I spent my life in a yellow trailer
I never made it to Cancún
I got no wheels on my broken trailer
my pony passed away last June
You can dream about a girl
or things that never were
You can cry about the night
or reinvent your life
You can live inside a candy-colored world
like my yellow trailer
I used to live in a yellow trailer
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Grant Maloy Smith - Barn window
Grant Maloy Smith, farmhouse porch
Grant Maloy Smith - Telecaster
Grant Maloy Smith - Banjo Barn
Grant Maloy Smith - Barn
1: What artist would you most love to work with?
Vince Gill, Rodney Crowell, Alison Kraus, Rhonda Vincent
2: What instrument brings you the most joy?
No answer provided.
3: What was the worst advice?
The music business is impossible - just give up.
4: What was your first concert?
5: What/where is the best road food?
6: What’s the best music advice you ever got?
That's a nice song you wrote. Now tear it apart and make it into a better song. Then do it again.
7: Who is your most surprising inspiration?
We have art in order not to die from the truth