Hot Country Knights Drop Debut Video featuring Travis Tritt, “Pick Her Up,” [Video]

The Hot Country Knights — a band fronted by an incognito Dierks Bentley — dropped a new video for their debut single, “Pick Her Up.” The Hot Country Knights are comprised of Dierks’ road band, performing ’90s-esque country tunes while donning aliases, mullet wigs and over-the-top attire from the era. In addition to featuring Travis Tritt, the Wes Edwards-directed video …

Travis Tritt performs solo acoustic show at Newberry Opera House

Newberry, SC (January 22nd, 2020) – As a child I spent many days at my dads house watching him work on his old motorcycle while playing with the neighbors kids out in the yard. There was always a radio on in the background filling the sound track of my youth with various genres of music. Country music was definitely in the …

TRAVIS TRITT’S THANKSGIVING HOMECOMING

Travis Tritt’s Thanksgiving HomecomingFeaturing Travis Tritt, Charlie Daniels Band, and Tyler Reese TrittSaturday, November 236:00PM Doors7:00PM Show Tickets & Marquee Club passes on-sale now!  Tickets: https://foxtheatre.org/TravisTrittMarquee Club Passes: https://foxtheatre.org/TravisTrittMarqueeClub$65 / person  Marquee Club Benefits Include:Priority access to the club starting 90 mins prior to showtime with expedited security checks Pre-show heavy hors d’oeuvres available upon entry Skip lines and late seating holds …

Travis Tritt, Tracy Lawrence: '90s coming back ‘like a rocket ship’

Listen to “Episode 5: ’90s coming back ‘like a rocket ship’ — Travis Tritt & Tracy Lawrence” on Spreaker. Travis Tritt and Tracy Lawrence have known each other since the ‘90s. Over the last three decades, the country singers built a friendship on making memories – and keeping secrets. “We don’t have any stories we can tell,” Lawrence quipped. “Not …

Keeping With The Unique Soul Of Country Music, Country-music Legend Travis Tritt Has Never Changed His Tune

“There’s an old expression: Dance with the one that brought you. I believe in that 100 percent.” – Travis Tritt Written by Constance Dunn for JohnWayne.com Country music deals in some of the most elemental—and enduring—states of the human condition. It chronicles the joy of love and the pain of loss; feelings of loneliness; having faith; reminiscing about one’s hometown …

USA Today: The Class of 1989: How Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Clint Black, Travis Tritt changed country music

At 16, Blake Shelton chose a black Takamine cutaway for his first guitar after seeing fellow Oklahoman Garth Brooks play one on TV. Seven-year-old Chris Young bellowed Alan Jackson’s “Don’t Rock the Jukebox” from the aisles of BI-LO in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, so his mother could find him between the cereal boxes and comic books. Dierks Bentley is convinced that Clint Black’s first …

Premiere of Travis Tritt: Homegrown – Sunday, June 2 at 9 p.m. ET

Outlaw Country Icon Travis Tritt Unleashes A Career-Spanning Set of Enduring Classics In The Premiere of Travis Tritt: Homegrown, Airing Sunday, June 2 at 9 p.m. ET Then, Tritt Opens Up about His Life and Legacy in Music on an All-New Episode of The Big Interview with Dan Rather, Airing Tuesday, June 4 at 8 p.m. ET (NASHVILLE, Tenn – …

TRAVIS PERFORMS ON ‘THE VOICE’ FINALE

[From The Boot] The Voice finalist Andrew Sevener got an assist from country icon Travis Tritt during part two of the show’s season finale on Tuesday (May 21), as the pair took the stage to duet on Tritt’s 1992 barn-burner, “T-R-O-U-B-L-E.” The two performers appeared decked out in black, with Sevener donning a black cowboy hat. Tritt took the song’s …