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Andy Grammer & Eli Young Band’s “Honey, I’m Good” Impacts Country Radio on 7/27

Andy Grammer | MSO Press

Andy Grammer’s original version of “Honey, I’m Good” reached #1 at hot adult contemporary radio and is currently a Top 10 hit at pop and adult contemporary.

Label Valory Music is hoping a remixed version with Eli Young Band can thrive at country radio.

Valory parent Big Machine Label Group confirmed that Andy Grammer & Eli Young Band’s duet version of “Honey, I’m Good” will formally impact country radio on July 27.

While Grammer and Eli Young Band are jointly credited as leads, the recording is officially being promoted as an Eli Young Band single (and thus being handled by Valory). It will impact on the same day as Jennifer Nettles’ “Sugar” and Easton Corbin’s “Yup.”

Written by Brian Cantor

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