Travis Tritt Returns To Nashville For Two Special Shows


(From – Travis Tritt is making his return to the Music City to host two special acoustic concerts, Travis Tritt & Friends. The shows will take place at the historic Franklin Theatre on Jan. 13 and 14 in Franklin, Tenn. The appearance marks Tritt’s first Nashville-based concert since 2002 and his first ever all-acoustic performance in Nashville. As a member of the famed “Class of ‘89” in Country music, these very special shows will kick-off the 25th anniversary of Travis’ career.
James Otto is scheduled to perform both concerts, scheduled for Jan. 13 and 14. Kid Rock will appear on Jan. 13 and Marty Stuart on Jan. 14.
The two shows, featuring acoustic performances by Tritt and his guests, will showcase some of Tritt’s biggest hits performed in an intimate setting punctuated by personal stories and anecdotes about Travis’ life and musical influences.
In addition to witnessing this unique concert event, ticket holders will receive an autographed copy of Tritt’s current album, The Calm After… and a commemorative laminate.
Tickets start at $100 per person, per show and are available for sale at
A Marietta, Georgia native, Travis Tritt formed Post Oak Recordings in 2012 and released his new album The Calm After… through the label this past July. Included on the album is a duet with Tritt’s 15-year-old daughter, Tyler Reese. The song, “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” is a cover of the 1980s pop hit. Together, they released a video for the track, which is available for viewing here. Four of the songs on the album, co-produced by Randy Jackson, were either written or co-written by Tritt. The Calm After… is currently available on iTunes and other major digital retailers.
Travis Tritt’s twenty-five year career has produced millions in album sales, two Grammy award wins and multiple No. 1 singles on the Country radio charts, including “Help Me Hold On,” “Can I Trust You With My Heart” and “Foolish Pride.” Tritt was dubbed one of “The Class of ‘89,” which included Country music superstars Garth Brooks, Clint Black and Alan Jackson, all whom dominated the charts in the early 90s.