"After a Few": Travis Denning hits number one

Mercury Nashville Travis Denning has achieved a career accomplishment this week as his single, "After a Few," hits number one on the country charts.

The tune has reached the number-one spot on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, marking Travis' first visit to the top spot there. Co-written by the singer, Kelly Archer and Justin Weaver, "After a Few" is Travis' second career single following his 2018 debut, "David Ashley Parker from Powder Springs." 

“I’m so grateful for this number one. To see it get up the charts was a dream come true that I first had when I was 14 years old,” Travis reflects. "This has only helped fuel the fire to want to get back on the road and sing country music for some country-lovin’ people.”

"After a Few" is featured on Travis' latest EP, Beer's Better Cold, which dropped on May 15. As a songwriter, he co-wrote Michael Ray's 2019 single "Her World or Mine," and additional cuts by Jason AldeanJustin Moore and Chase Rice.

By Cillea Houghton
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