Denning thinks "Might As Well Be Me"
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Denning thinks "Might As Well Be Me"

Friday, July 8, 2022 – Travis Denning announced today he would release a six-song EP, "Might As Well Be Me," on Aug. 5 on Mercury Nashville.

The Georgia native, who has many songs about drinking, released a new track, "Buy A Girl A Drink." The song was written by Denning with Jeremy Stover, Paul DiGiovanni and Chase McGill.

"Last year and my most recent EP were all about thankfulness and being glad to have any live shows at all," Denning said. "This time, a lot of that is behind us, and it's like 'Alright, let's get to work.' Overall, I wanted this EP to feel like a setlist. And I wanted it to be a no skipper."

The EP includes the previously released track "She's On It."

The track list is:
1. Red Round Here
2. River Named Mississippi
3. Buy A Girl A Drink
4. Don't Give A Truck
5. She's On It
6. If You Need Anything Down Here

A native of Warner Robins, Ga., Denning celebrated his first number one and recently certified PLATINUM single with "After A Few," a song from his debut EP, "Beer's Better Cold."

Denning first made waves with the release of his Top 40 debut single "David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs." He is touring this summer with Dierks Bentley and will join Jake Owen this fall


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CD review - Beer's Better Cold Travis Denning is in love with beer. The Georgia native makes that abundantly clear on his six-song EP debut. Two have beer in the title, and the single hit "After a Few" incorporates downing a few more. The opener, "Where That Beer's Been," may demonstrate the writing prowess of Denning to show that he just may be capable of writing a song about anything. Not many chuggers are going to delve into the finer points of beer transportation. But hey, a good lyric is a ...


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