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Who is Travis Denning

Country singer and songwriter whose best famous for his hits “Here’s To Hometown,” “Boys Back Home,” and “Miles.” He co-wrote Justin Moore’s songs “Pickup Lines” and “Life in a Livin” off a album Kinda Don’t Care.

Early Beginnings

He moved to Nashville in January 2014 and landed his first publishing deal with RED Creative Group in November 2014.

Unimportant Personal Matters

His songs have been recorded by popular country singer Jason Aldean.

Family of Travis Denning

Happened to be brought up and raised in Warner Robins, Georgia. His dad introduced him to AC/DC at a age of six and knew from that moment that wanted to play guitar.

Close associates of Travis Denning

He co-wrote Chase Rice’s single “Everybody We Know Does.”

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