Ryan Hurd's having a pretty good week so far.
The Michigan native was surprised with a Gold plaque last night in Nashville, as he was rehearsing for his opening slot on Old Dominion's upcoming Make It Sweet tour. The certification celebrates sales of half-a-million units of his latest single, "To A T" -- and he even got some t-shirt and gold-record-shaped cookies as part of the presentation.
On Twitter, Ryan posted a photo of the sweet treats and wrote, "THATS RIGHT! Those are Gold Record cookies. And they taste just as good as my 14 year old self imagined. TO A T is GOLD. I’m the luckiest dude in the world. Dreams, baby. Sometimes they come true. THANK YOU."
Earlier in the week, Ryan performed at a benefit concert at the Ryman Auditorium for the Bahamas, which was ravaged by Hurricane Dorian. His five-song EP, Platonic, arrives on Friday. It includes "To A T," which features harmony vocals by his wife, Maren Morris.
Ryan's shows with Old Dominion begin September 27 in Charlotte, NC.
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