Travis Denning Releases “After A Few” To Radio

Rising singer/songwriter’s new single is his second single after scoring a Top 40 hit with “David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs.

While his charming debut single “David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs” didn’t become the all-time big hit he probably hoped it would become, Travis Denning is nonetheless a more-known commodity for country radio as he’s released his follow-up single for Mercury Records Nashville, “After A Few,” to country radio.

“I think this song really is just about that story that a lot of people can relate to,” says Travis. “Being attracted to someone that probably logically in your head is not good, but something in your heart keeps taking you back”.

The rising country star has previously toured with Cole Swindell, Alan Jackson, Chase Rice, Justin Moore, and most recently LANCO, and he is kicking off his first ever headlining tour “Heartbeat of a Small Town” on February 1st in Rome, Georgia. Stoney Creek recording artist Adam Craig is set to open and tickets can be purchased at

Travis has recently been named an Artist To Watch by Rolling Stone, HITS Daily Double, NY Country Swag, Pandora, Taste of Country and more. Travis was also just selected as a CMA KixStart Artist Scholarship recipient and will receive unique opportunities to participate in CMA-related events as well as connect with industry professionals as part of the inaugural program. Additionally, Travis was tapped to be part of Opry NextStage alongside Riley Green, Tegan Marie, and Tenille Townes.