Maren Morris reveals how Ryan inspired her current single ‘Bones’
Maren Morris’ latest single, “The Bones,” is her second song released from her sophomore GIRLalbum. The song, written by Morris along with Laura Veltz and Jimmy Robbins, was inspired largely by her relationship with Ryan Hurd, even though they weren’t quite married at the time. “It was a day when I was writing in Nashville, and Laura brought the title, ‘The Bones,'” Morris said while sharing the story behind the song. “She’s always so good at bringing stuff like that to the table, and it’s always like a weird title. That’s why she and I get along so well is, I’m willing to get weird. But she also knows how to make it so sentimental and real life. We just started talking about how gracious we were with our relationships at the time. I was really feeling so solidified in my relationship with my then-fiancé and now husband, she was so feeling so amazing with her marriage and her children. Read the full story HERE.
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Ryan sits down with People.com
Ryan Hurd has gone from Nashville’s best-kept-secret to one of its most promising rising stars. Raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Hurd, 32, received a sociology degree from Belmont University. Upon graduation, he considered grad school before deciding to stay in Nashville to pursue a music career.
After scoring a publishing deal Hurd met his future wife, Maren Morris, during a 2013 songwriting session when they penned “Last Turn Home,” which Tim McGraw went on to record. Over the years, he’s earned a reputation as a hitmaker around Music City, writing No. 1 smashes for Blake Shelton and Ashley Monroe (“Lonely Tonight”) as well as Luke Bryan(“Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset”). Complete article posted HERE.
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