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Hurd drops "Down to a T" video

Thursday, February 14, 2019 – Ryan Hurd released a music video for his current single, "To a T," featuring a cast of actual couples and a contemporary cameo via FaceTime by wife Maren Morris.

The video, directed by Blythe Thomas, is about real love and real people representing every stage of a relationship from new beginnings to a senior couple dancing in the kitchen.

"To a T" will be released to country radio on Feb. 18. Hurd wrote the song with Laura Veltz and Nathan Spicer with harmony from Morris.

Hurd has had co-pen credits on "Lonely Tonight" (Blake Shelton), "You Look Good" (Lady Antebellum), and "Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset" (Luke Bryan).

Hurd also is on the road. Tour dates are:
Feb. 23 - Joe's on Weed, Chicago (sold out)
Feb. 28 - Exit/In, Nashville (sold out)
March 21 - Gypsy Sally's, Washington, D.C.
March 22 - City Limits Saloon, Raleigh, NC
April 12 - Knuckleheads Saloon, Kansas City, MO
April 25 - Terminal West, Atlanta
April 26 - Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA

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