Russell Dickerson

Country music singer Russell Dickerson was born in Union City, Tennessee on May 7, 1987. After attending Belmont University and earning a bachelor’s degree, he chose to pursue a musical career and signed with an agent. In 2011, he released his debut EP, Die to Live Again, and spent the next few years on the road, performing with fellow country music artists like David Nail. Thomas Rhett, Billy Currington, and Canaan Smith. His next release, the Yours EP (2016), featured the title track, which began to gain traction in the charts. Russell Dickerson signed with Triple Tigers Records, who took over distribution and promotion of the single. “Yours” climbed to the Number 1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart and the Number 3 spot on the Country Songs chart. In October 2017, he released his debut full-length album Yours, which reached Number 5 on the Country Albums chart. The album also included the hit singles “Blue Tacoma” and “Every Little Thing”. At the end of 2020, Russell Dickerson released his sophomore album, Southern Symphony, which included the hit singles “Love You Like I Used To” and “Home Sweet”. In November 2021, he released the single “She Likes It” which featured Jake Scott. The single was rereleased in February 2022 and was accompanied by a new video.

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