What The Critics Are Saying About Travis Tritt’s “The Calm After”

cover_final_01_1500_rgb“Tritt’s vocal is soaring and impressive, as you would expect it to be, but also shining bright on the classic is his daughter, Tyler Reese – who sounds a lot more mature than her years. I think we’ll be seeing a lot more of her. At the same time, I hope her father doesn’t make it too long between albums. We need Travis Tritt around. This disc is a sterling reminder why!” – Billboard

“He’s still got soul, pouring himself into the performance and making sure the audience got what they came for.” – Charleston City Paper

“‘Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,’ the second being the Faces’ ‘Stay with Me’ — for good measure. These additions don’t greatly change what is essentially an excellent excursion in soul-injected modern country, one that demonstrates Tritt’s considerable range as a vocalist. As The Storm, it got unjustly buried. Hopefully, as The Calm After… this album will finally find the audience it deserves.” – All Music

“A new duet with his daughter, Tyler Reese Tritt, on the Don Henley and Patty Smyth hit ‘Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough’ reveals a new vocal talent….” – Milwaukee Journal

“Country singer Tritt just released a very sweet duet with his daughter, a cover of Patty Smyth and Don Henley’s ‘Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough.'” – Washington Post

“The Calm After … is ample proof that Tritt was wise in taking the gamble. It is a vocal tour de force in which the singer demonstrates his mastery of the blues, ballad and soul idioms. He growls, croons, rocks and purrs with utter emotional conviction.” – CMT News

“Travis Tritt is a legend in the music industry especially on the country music scene.” – FoxNY.com

“There are a pair of new tracks on the disc that fans will no doubt be familiar with. There’s a scorching take on the Faces classic ‘Stay With Me.’ Tritt simply kills the rock classic with a vocal that is long on bravado and confidence.” – Music News Nashville

Travis continues on tour, with a packed schedule through the fall. Select dates will also include Tyler Reese joining her dad as a special guest. See below for the full itinerary or visit www.travistritt.com/tour for details.

August 16 Havelock Country Jamboree Havelock, ON
August 30 Fort Randall Casino Pickstown, SD
September 7* Vermont State Fair Rutland, VT
September 13 Riverwind Casino Norman, OK
September 15* B100 Birthday Bash South Bend, IN
September 19 PACE Center Parker, CO
September 20 Sky Ute Casino Events Center Ignacio, CO
September 21 Cattle Baron’s Ball 2013 Eaton, CO
September 27 Margaritaville Resort Casino Bossier City, LA
September 28* Hot Springs Balloon Festival Hot Springs, AR
October 3 Bucks County Playhouse New Hope, PA
October 4 Renaissance Theatre Mansfield, OH
October 5 The Newton Theatre Newton, NJ
October 6 The Ridgefield Playhouse Ridgefield, CT
October 12 Austin County Fair Bellville, TX
October 19 Mark G Etess Arena Atlantic City, NJ
October 26 Pensacola Interstate Fair Pensacola, FL
October 27* Florida State Hog Rally Ft. Walton Beach
October 28* Pensacola Fair Pensacola, FL
November 1 Strathmore North Bethesda, MD
November 2 New Barn Theater Mount Vernon, KY
November 9* Founder’s Day Festival Ocoee, FL

* Indicates a Tyler Reese guest appearance.
Click below to watch “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough” (Featuring Tyler Reese Tritt):

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