|NET WORTH:||$35.2 Million|
|Source of Wealth:||Singer, songwriter, and actor|
|Born:||February 9, 1963|
|Children:||Three (Tyler Reese, Tarian Nathaniel, Tristan James)|
|Birth Name:||James Travis Tritt|
|Height:||5ft. 10in. (1.78m)|
Travis Tritt is a famous country music singer, songwriter, and actor. Tritt won two Grammy Awards for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals in 1992 and 1998. He became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1992. His albums are certified platinum or higher from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Travis Tritt Early Life
James Travis Tritt was born on February 9, 1963 in Marietta, Georgia. His interest in singing was inspired after performing Everything Is Beautiful. When he was eight, he received his first guitar and self-taught to learn how to play it. His parents bought him another guitar when he was 14. His uncle Sam Lockhart taught him more songs.
Travis Tritt Songs
Tritt began his singing career by performing in some music chorus. His breakthrough came when he signed an agreement with Warner Bros. Records in 1989. The deal includes recording of six different songs, in which three of them will be released as singles. His debut single Country Club stayed on the ninth place on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts for 26 weeks. It became his lead track for his debut album of the same title released in 1990 under production of Gregg Brown.
Tritt released his second album, All About to Change, in 1991. It was his best-selling album with three million copies sold. The album was certified triple-platinum by RIAA. It was followed by T-R-O-U-B-L-E in 1991 and Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof in 1994. Both albums sold two million copies and a certified double-platinum by RIAA.
He released eight more studio albums from 1994 to 2013. These include The Restless Kind (1994), Down the Road I Go (2000), and The Calm After… (2013). Most of his songs have positioned on the Hot Country Songs charts, five of them reached the top one position. Help Me Hold On, Foolish Pride, and Best of Intentions are some of the top ones.
Travis Tritt Anymore
Anymore is the second single of It’s All About to Change album. It is his second number-one hit in the US and fourth in Canada. He co-wrote the song along with Jill Colucci. The music video for the song tells the story of Mac Singleton, a veteran who is using a wheelchair. It is the first of the trilogy of music videos about Singleton, Tell Me I Was Dreaming (1995) and If I Lost You (1998)
Travis Tritt It’s a Great Day to Be Alive
It’s Great Day to Be Alive is a cover song that was originally recorded by country music singer Jon Randall. It was the second single for his album Down the Road I Go. It ranked second on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and 33rd on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Travis Tritt Help Me Hold On
Tritt co-wrote the song Help Me Hold On, which is the second single of Country Club released in 1990. The song became his first number-one hit in the US and Canada.
Travis Tritt Tour
Tritt had more than 80 concerts from 1991 to March 2020. His first concert Chili Cook-Off was with The Mavericks and John Michael Montgomery on March 10, 1991 at Pembroke Pines, Florida.
He also participated in the George Jones Tribute Show on November 22, 2013 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. An Evening with Travis Tritt - Solo Acoustic on January 31, 2020 at Albany Georgia was his latest concert.
Travis Tritt Car Accident
Tritt got involved in a fatal car crash around 3:30 AM on May 18, 2019 on Veterans Highway in Myrtle Beach. His tour bus was sideswiped while trying to avoid the crash of a jeep driving the wrong way that hit a pickup truck. Tritt and his team were unharmed, but both jeep and pick-up truck drivers died in the incident.
Travis Tritt is a famous country music singer whose albums are certified platinum or higher. He is self-taught on how to play the guitar.
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