Andy Griggs At Grand Ole Opry


Born in 1973 in West Monroe, Louisiana, Andy Griggs worked as a minister throughout the 1990s before signing a contract with RCA Records Nashville. His first album was released in ’99 and was certified Gold by the RIAA. Since then, Griggs has released three more albums, has charted on almost every single he has released and has held such honors as having the opportunity to perform on the Grand Ole Opry stage.

His debut single album, You Won’t Ever Be Lonely, featured singles like its title track, “I’ll Go Crazy” and “She’s More.” All three were Top 10 hits, two of which placing at Number Two. Following those singles, his songs “Waitin’ on Sundown” and “You Made Me That Way” also charted in the Top 50. His next few albums also found success with such singles as “How Cool Is That,” “Tonight I Wanna Be Your Man” and “What If It’s Me.” He has also had Two Number Five hits, “She Thinks She Needs Me” and “If Heaven.”

Griggs has performed with artists like Martina McBride, Montgomery Gentry, Blake Shelton and Tracy Byrd. He performed a duet with McBride, “Practice Life,” that peaked at Number Thirty-Three on the charts. He also performed guest vocals on Byrd’s 2003 single “The Truth about Men,” along with Montgomery Gentry and Blake Shelton.
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