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The song was included on Wicks' debut album Starting Now, which was released 22 January 2008 and peaked at 7 on the Top Country Albums charts. "All I Ever Wanted" was released in April 2008 as the album's second single, and peaked at 14 by the end of the year.
A third single, "Man of the House", followed in January 2009, entering Top 40 in February, and peaked at 27.
It peaked at number 37 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in May 2014.
"Saturday Afternoon" was the second single issued to country radio in September 2014, but did not chart.
They announced a mutual break-up on November 10, 2009.
Wanting to pursue a career in country music, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, after quitting college two classes short of graduation from Florida Southern College.
Fulmer said the song "hit [him] like a ton of bricks," so he contacted Wicks, arranging a private performance at his daughter Courtney's wedding.Wicks self-released an extended play titled Rough in April 2013.He co-wrote its first single, "Salt Life", with Vicky Mc Gehee and Mike Mobley, and co-produced the extended play with Ilya Toshinsky.RCA then released Wicks's debut single, "Stealing Cinderella", which he co-wrote with George Teren and Rivers Rutherford.He debuted the song at his first Grand Ole Opry appearance in August 2007.