Granger Smith is and will always be one of the most patriotic country singers out there. He loves his country, and he is very aware of the sacrifices military service men and women and their families make.
Back in 2016, he went on a “Granger Across Merica Pledge of Allegiance Tour.” During that tour, he stopped in many places and managed to visit the original 13 colonies, plus Washington, DC, and recited the Pledge of Allegiance at each stop in a matter of two days. He told The Boot, "I also wanted to take a serious spin on the Pledge of Allegiance because this is something that has been forgotten in today’s society. [It's] something we used to say in elementary school, every single morning. And a lot of schools don’t do it anymore at all," Smith explains. Granger Smith has also done numerous USO shows, gone overseas to play for active military members. "I’ve done several tours in Iraq and Kuwait, and that’s because I feel, for lack of a better term, a little bit guilty that I get to play music and travel, living the dream, that is, in turn, paid for by a sacrifice of men and women my same age that goes over and volunteers to work in a field that is much nobler than mine," Smith admits to The Boot. "So, because of that, I feel like I need to help as big as I can, and music is where I can, and so I want to give back music to different places."