Calling a Travis Tritt's concert a nostalgia act is very unfair, in reality, the term doesn't apply. If you want any proof, then you shouldn't miss the opportunity to catch him on his brand new Travis Tritt North American Tour 2018, once again the veteran Country singer is hitting the roads of the good old USA for another one of his mesmerizing tours.
He is not promoting anything after all he hasn't promote any new albums in over two decades, his tour songs list is just a big walk down memory lane for over 110 minutes with massive hits like I'm Gonna Be Somebody, Country Club, Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof, Where Corn Don't Grow, and The Whiskey Ain't Workin. Make sure to check the tour reviews as the songs list tends to vary from concert to concert, and also, check for the tour schedule and don't miss your chance to catch him live.
BiographyTravis Tritt is an all American Country singer born in Marietta, Georgia in 1963. He was signed by Warner Bros. Records and went on to release twelve studio albums and according to the RIAA seven of those albums are actually Certified Platinum with the highest being his 1991 it’s All about to Change album which is Triple-Platinum. Travis has been on the top of all USA Country Charts more than 40 times with hits like Help Me Hold On, Anymore, and Can I Trust You with My Heart, Foolish Pride, and Best Intentions reaching number 1, while the rest had enjoyed their time at the Top 10.
Travis Tritt has managed to maintain his legacy throughout the years, he has won not one, but two GRAMMY Awards one in 1992 and the other in 1998 both for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals. The Country Music Association has honored him with four Awards, and since 1992 he has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Travis is no stranger to television, he's been acting since 1993 having several guest appearances on Television hits like Rio Diablo, The Cowboy Way, Tales from the Crypt, and Fire Down Below alongside Steven Seagal and Kris Kristofferson to name a few. Tritt has enjoyed his success over the years and has become an Icon of the Country Music scene in North America. He is always present at any Country Concert and it is very active at Charity Fundraisings.
|2013||The Calm After...||Post Oak Records|
|2007||The Storm||Category 5 Music|
|2007||Live in Concert||Big Bang|
|2004||My Honky Tonk History||Columbia|
|2000||Down the Road I Go||Columbia|
|1998||No More Looking over My Shoulder||Warner Bros.|
|1996||The Restless Kind||Warner Bros.|
|1994||Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof||Warner Bros.|
|1992||A Travis Tritt Christmas: Loving Time of the Year||Warner Bros.|
|1991||It's All About to Change||Warner Bros.|
|1990||Country Club||Warner Bros.|