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Travis Tritt & Charlie Daniels Band
Jun 5 2015
Grand 1894 Opera House
Jun 14 2015
Crock Fest: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Travis Tritt, Blackberry Smoke & Paris Luna
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre At Encore Park
Jun 19 2015
Golden Nugget - Lake Charles
Jul 10 2015
Country Life Music Festival: Charlie Worsham, Lynyrd Skynyrd & Travis Tritt
Three Sisters Park
Jul 17 2015
Turning Stone Resort & Casino - Show Room
Sep 27 2015
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Travis Tritt is a versatile performer from suburban Atlanta. Travis Tritt has the honor of securing major industry awards and selling millions of records. He has indeed made great contributions to country music.
Tritt was born in Marietta, Georgia to James and Gwen Tritt. His father gave him his first guitar when he was just three years old.
Travis Tritt was very talented young boy. He started writing songs while he was in high school. "Spend A Little Time" was the first song written him. The song was about his girlfriend at the time who broke up with him. Tritt showed great obsession obsessed with music throughout his childhood. He spent hours at a time in his bedroom with a guitar.
He had committed himself entirely to his music career by 22. He had a crucial experience of two divorces at this age. He has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1992.
His first album, Country Club successfully brought his breakthrough. Three singles along with his first No. 1 hit with "Help Me Hold On" were released from this album.
It's All About To Change, was his second album. It produced two top 3 hits including: "Anymore", "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'", and "Here's A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)". The song "Bible Belt" was used in the movie, My Cousin Vinny. Alternate lyrics were composed by him exclusively for the use of the film.
A trilogy of music videos has also been released by Tritt. The tale of two paralyzed war veterans: Mac Singleton and his friend Al has been described in these videos.
Tritt plays Singleton in the video for "Tell Me I was Dreaming". Singleton is a wheelchair bound veteran who tries to rescue his pregnant wife Annie from slipping off a boat, subsequently hitting her head on the side of the dock. Their baby, Annie, survives but she dies. The third video shows what happened with Singleton and his daughter after the second video.
A wide range of styles, from love ballads to energetic footstompers are showcased in Tritt's latest album, My Honky Tonk History.
Tritt has collaborated with many other leading musicians. These musicians include Marty Stuart ("This One's Gonna Hurt You", "Honky Tonkin's What I Do Best"), Patti LaBelle ("When Something is Wrong With My Baby"), Ray Charles (Crossroads), Ricky Skaggs' Bill Monroe tribute ("My Little Georgia Rose"), George Jones ("Walls Can Fall", "I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair", "The Race Is On"), Lari White ("Helping Me Get Over You"), Mark O'Connor ("Heroes, The Devil Went Down to Georgia"), The Eagles ("Take It Easy"), and many others.
In 2000, Tritt appeared in the film Blues Brothers 2000, performing in a band called the Gator Boys.
CMT offered Tritt to to do an episode of Crossroads in 2002,. It was a special program where artists choose who they would like to play music with for an evening. Tritt chose to share the opportunity and experience with Ray Charles.
In 2004, Tritt also teamed with John Mellencamp for a duet on "What Say You", Tritt also played at the 2000 Republican National Convention.
Tritt has recently revealed under the news section of his website that he is co-producing his next album with American Idol judge Randy Jackson. The schedule of release of currently unnamed album is in the summer of 2007.
Everyone associates Ol' Blue Eyes with the jazzy legacy of Frank Sinatra. However, country music has its own set of blue eyes in the form of Travis Tritt who has been able to hold his own against country heavyweights such as Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson. Ditching the clich?d cowboy hat, Travis has been crooning his brand of blues hued, Southern rock tinged country music for some two decades.
Travis Tritt taught himself to play the guitar whilst only eight and was well on his way to songwriting and composing six years later. Facing early resistance from his parents, a determined Travis reverted to pursuing his passion after quitting his job at an air-conditioning company.
After recording demos and making rounds of the local honky tonk circuit, Travis Tritt signed up with Warner in 1989. His debut album Country Club peaked at the 3rd spot on the Billboard Country Charts in 1990 and went 2 times platinum, spawning hits such as "Help Me Hold On" and "I'm Gonna Be Somebody" that peaked at the first and second spot respectively.
Travis Tritt continued to enjoy a string of top-ten successes with his following albums such as the triple-platinum It's All About to Change, T-R-O-U-B-L-E and Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof. His number one singles such as "Anymore" and "Foolish Pride" are complimented by 4 CMA awards, 2 Grammys and a Billboard awards.
On 2007's The Storm, Tritt worked with the producer Randy Jackson of American-Idol fame and the iconic Richard Marx. So for a dose of some bluesy country vibes, get your Travis Tritt tickets now.
Travis Tritt is a smashing country music artist who has awed millions of Americans with his breathtaking music that has not only ranked at the top of the charts but also been highly acclaimed by critics. This incredible American artist hails from the superb city of Marietta within Georgia and began his musical career back in 1989 when he was signed onto the record label, Warner Bros. Records. From then onwards, Travis Tritt has released around seven albums in studio alongside a greatest hits album by 1999. From 2000 onwards, Travis Tritt released two more albums this timed signed onto Columbia Records. Out of all his albums, a record seven are certified either platinum or higher than platinum, a monumental achievement that easily makes him one of the greatest country music artists in America today.
His greatest album to date is It's All About to Change released in 1991, an album that received a triple platinum certification and was a smashing hit all over the US. His songs have charted high on the Hot Country Songs charts a record forty times, an epic achievement. Five of his phenomenal hit singles have ranked first on the charts; Help Me Hold On, Can I Trust You with My Heart, Anymore, Foolish Pride and Best of Intentions. Travis Tritt has been honored with two Grammy Awards out of many nominations for his music as well as bagged a record four Country Music Association Awards. He is also a respected member of the Grand Ole Opry, the most respectable name in the country music industry. With twenty two film and TV appearance, this multi platinum artist is truly worth seeing live through Travis Tritt Tickets.
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