Granger Smith took Jersey Shore country on Aug. 22, when the singer played Martell's Tiki Bar on the Boardwalk.

Before his show, Smith tweeted, "There's a group of Texans wandering around the Jersey Shore, and I'm pretty sure we look like tourists."

He may have felt like a sore thumb, but by night, Yee Yee Nation had come to play and were ready for a rowdy party. The rising star's energetic set included his newest single, "If the Boot Fits," "Backroad Song," "City Boy Stuck" and "Remington." He also put his own spin on Garth Brooks' "The River" and Tom Petty's "Free Falling." But of course, things got really got wild when Smith brought out his alter ego, Earl Dibbles Jr., at the end of the night for a country boy party.

Check out our exclusive photos from Smith's set at Martell's Tiki Bar in the heart of the Boardwalk above.

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