Ryan Hurd and Maren Morris secure #1 spot on Country Radio with duet "Chasing After You"
Ryan Hurd and Maren Morris secure #1 spot on Country Radio with duet "Chasing After You"

Ryan Hurd and Maren Morris secure #1 spot on Country Radio with duet “Chasing After You”

November 15, 2021— Rising country powerhouse Ryan Hurd and Grammy-winning artist Maren Morris secure the #1 spot on this week’s U.S. Country Radio Mediabase chart with their Platinum-certified “Chasing After You.”

The couple’s first official duet, “Chasing After You” was written by Brinley Addington and Jerry Flowers and produced by Teddy Reimer and Aaron Eshuis. Morris and Hurd performed the track on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” last week after the CMAs, where the song was nominated twice.Hurd is set to tour the U.S. next year, kicking off the Tour de Pelago headline run in January with dates including Chicago’s The Vic, New York’s Irving Plaza, Nashville’s Marathon Music Works and more. Tickets are on sale now—see full routing below and visit ryanhurd.com for more information.

Hurd recently released his debut album Pelago, inspired by his upbringing on the shores of Lake Michigan—listen herePelago was produced with childhood friend and longtime creative partner Aaron Eshuis, with further contributions from Jesse Frasure (Thomas Rhett, Kane Brown, Little Big Town) and Teddy Reimer.

Hurd got his start in Nashville as a songwriter, penning Platinum hits and #1s for Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Lady A and Tim McGraw, among others. As an artist he’s released a series of EPs, spawning hits like the Platinum-certified “To a T” and earning more than 700 million streams to date. 

Maren’s triple-Platinum, Grammy-nominated smash hit “The Bones” earned her Female Artist of the Year for the second year in a row and Song of the Year at the 2021 ACM Awards and three awards at last year’s CMA Awards. She also performed the track with John Mayer at the 2021 Grammys. “The Bones,” taken from her massively acclaimed, record-shattering 2019 album GIRL, topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for 19 consecutive weeks last year and became the first solo female multi-week #1 at country radio since 2012. 


January 13                                                 The Bluestone                                          Columbus, OH

January 14                                                The Intersection                                    Grand Rapids, MI

January 15                                                      The Vic                                                    Chicago, IL

January 16                                                   The Deluxe                                           Indianapolis, IN

January 21                                                   The Truman                                        Kansas City, MO

January 22                                               Bourbon Theatre                                             Lincoln, NE

January 23                                                   Delmar Hall                                         Saint Louis, MO

February 2                                                House of Blues                                              Boston, MA

February 3                                                   Irving Plaza                                            New York, NY

February 4                                                Roxian Theatre                                  McKees Rocks, PA

February 5                                                  The Fillmore                                                 Detroit, MI

February 10                                                       TLA                                               Philadelphia, PA

February 11                                                The Fillmore                                      Silver Spring, MD

February 12                                                    Bogart’s                                               Cincinnati, OH

February 24                                        Marathon Music Works                                    Nashville, TN

February 25                                                   Iron City                                           Birmingham, AL

February 26                                                  The Signal                                          Chattanooga, TN

April 6                                                 Druid City Music Hall                                   Tuscaloosa, AL

April 7                                                      Georgia Theatre                                              Athens, GA

April 8                                                    Buckhead Theater                                            Atlanta, GA

April 9                                                 Charleston Music Hall                                    Charleston, SC

April 29                                                        Stagecoach                                                     Indio, CA

May 1                                                        Ace of Spades                                        Sacramento, CA

May 4                                                           The Depot                                       Salt Lake City, UT

May 5                                                      Knitting Factory                                                 Boise, ID

May 6                                                      Knitting Factory                                          Spokane, WA

May 7                                                            Showbox                                                   Seattle, WA

May 8                                                      Roseland Theater                                           Portland, OR

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