Travis Denning released his debut album— Roads That Go Nowhere

“The story [of the album’s title track] is a picture into my life and the roads that went nowhere that I went down, and the roads that went somewhere that I’m still on”

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(Nashville, TN – May 24, 2024) - Mercury Nashville recording artist Travis Denning’s debut album, Roads That Go Nowhere, is out today. The Paul DiGiovanni and Jeremy Stover produced album features 15 tracks, 12 of which were co-written by Denning. It also includes features by HARDY and Josh Ross. Directed by Justin Clough, the music video for the song “Southern Rock,” featuring HARDY, is also out today.

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Denning shares exclusively with People “The story [of the album’s title track] is a picture into my life and the roads that went nowhere that I went down, and the roads that went somewhere that I’m still on. I knew when I wrote that song that was it going to be the theme [of the album]. So whether it was life, love, heartbreak, happiness, marriage, where I come from, all those corners of life, I wanted to share all the ones that I had been down. It’s very reflective.”

Adds Denning about the track “Southern Rock,” which features his friend HARDY, “This record’s about really dropping it on the ground of who I am and this song is the closest to a three minute, thirty-second autobiography that I can write.”

Denning has tour dates through the fall. This spring and summer, he will support HARDY on his Quit!! tour. Tour dates listed below. Tickets available HERE.

Track List

  1. Why I’m Drinking (Josh Kerr, Jon Nite, Cole Taylor)
  2. I Know How It Sounds (Travis Denning, Will Bundy, Chase McGill)
  3. Better At Leaving (Travis Denning, Jared Hampton, Tripp Howell)
  4. Strawberry Wine And A Cheap Six Pack (Travis Denning, Thomas Archer, Paul DiGiovanni, Jerry Flowers)
  5. Going Places (Travis Denning, Paul DiGiovanni, Matt Mulhare, Jeremy Stover)
  6. Someone That Isn’t Me (Travis Denning, Paul DiGiovanni, Blake Pendergrass, Bobby Pinson)
  7. Southern Rock (Featuring HARDY) (Travis Denning, Jessi Alexander, Chase McGill)
  8. Love You Past That (Travis Denning, Bobby Pinson, Chris Stevens, Jeremy Stover)
  9. Things I’m Going Through (Jordan Dozzi, Matt Mulhare)
  10. Add Her To The List (Paul DiGiovanni, Bobby Pinson, Jeremy Stover)
  11. Roads That Go Nowhere (Travis Denning, Ben Foster, James McNair)
  12. The Sound Of A Beer Getting Cracked (Featuring Josh Ross) (Travis Denning, Will Bundy, Chase McGill)
  13. Can’t Find One (Travis Denning, Chase McGill, Chris Stevens, Jeremy Stover)
  14. Here And Her (Travis Denning, Ben Johnson, Cole Taylor)
  15. Ocmulgee River (Travis Denning)

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