Country music singer and songwriter, Travis Denning, who now resides in Nashville, was born just South of Macon. Travis found opportunity following the footsteps of legends like the Allman Brothers and their indelible mark on music history, the Marshall Tucker Band where opportunity started, and watching modern-day successes emerge like Jason Aldean.His second single, “After a Few,” debuted at No. 58 and spent 65 weeks on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart before climbing to #1. The song broke the record for the longest run to No. 1. With the rising fame, Travis doesn't forget the heroes that inspired him and the region that raised him, sharing that his upcoming album will feature a track called "The Ocmulgee River".Travis Denning doesn't miss an opportunity to return to Macon, Georgia headlining at venues like The Hummingbird or featured on the live music stage before a homecoming football game at Mercer University's Ford Football Concert Series.