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Travis Tritt Nervous About Daughter Entering the Music Business

Tritt tells Taste of Country that the music business is especially hard on young artists. “It can chew you up and spit you out in a heartbeat. I’ve seen it,” he explains. “So many child stars that had a tremendous career at a young age — some might say too early — and all of a sudden they go from …

Travis Tritt Describes How His 1991 Hit ‘Anymore’ Helped A Fan Who Was In A Coma

Travis Tritt hasn’t released new music in six years. But that doesn’t mean the multiplatinum-selling, GRAMMY-winning country star has been simply taking things easy. In fact, he’s been keeping quite busy. Throughout much of his career, which kicked off in the late 1980s, Tritt has been signed to some of Nashville’s biggest labels, including Warner Brothers and Columbia. But this year …

VIDEO: Travis Tritt Chats With Wendy Williams

Travis Tritt has been making various stops during a media tour promoting the release of “The Calm After.” The album marks his first release in six years. The week started in New York with an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show, which included an beautiful acoustic performance of the song, “The Pressure Is On,” from the critically acclaimed album. The singer talked …

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Travis Tritt – The Calm After

A few years ago, Travis Tritt released a CD titled The Storm. Though it was one of his finest and most musically diverse works, the masses really didn’t get a chance to hear it. The label was embroiled in a legal battle, and the disc pretty much disappeared from view. Here we are a few years later, and Tritt has acquired …

A conversation with Travis Tritt

Veteran country artist Travis Tritt has just released his first album in six years, The Calm After…, on his own new label Post Oak Recordings. The album is a remastered re-release of Tritt’s ill-fated 2007 album The Storm, which received limited attention due to a tumultuous legal battle with his previous and now defunct label; the new title reflects the new situation, and is …

Travis Releases Duet with Daughter Tyler Reese Tritt

Travis Tritt will celebrate Father’s Day by releasing “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” a remake of the Patty Smyth and Don Henley hit he recorded with his 15-year-old daughter, Tyler Reese. The single will be available June 16 and is featured on his new album, The Calm After…, out July 9. “We were driving home from a wedding in Florida …

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Travis Releases Single "Why Me, Lord"

When Travis Tritt sang “Why Me, Lord?” to honor the late, great George Jones at his memorial, the song became a viral video sensation. Soon after its posting, Tritt’s fans demanded the song be released. Many have also been asking for something gospel from the multi-platinum award winner for years. And so, the singer-songwriter could only oblige regardless of the …