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    ‘Voice’ Star Exits Show After Rowdy “Here’s A Quarter”

    After having to fight for his chance to stay in the competition for three weeks in a row, this dazzling Voice contestant pulls out all the stops with a cover of one of the biggest songs of the 90s. Paying homage to Travis Tritt and his unforgettable song “Here’s a Quarter,” Adam Cunningham delivers a […] More

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    Travis Tritt’s Talented Daughter Flawlessly Sings The National Anthem

    The children of country singers often end up chasing the same dream that their parents had before them. Many of these children have natural-born talent, as if their parents passed their musical skills along with their other traits. One country music child who definitely inherited musical talent is Tyler Reese, the 19-year-old daughter of country […] More

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    Waylon Jennings’ Legacy Lives On In Profound Tribute From Hank Jr., Travis Tritt, & Marty Stuart

    As one of the main pioneers of the outlaw country movement, Waylon Jennings helped pave the way for dozens of artists who followed him. One of those artists was Hank Williams Jr., who was one of Waylon’s closest friends. The two brought their star power together for the duet “The Conversation,” which had Waylon asking […] More

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    Travis Tritt Mourns Devastating Loss

      One of country music’s most loved singers was grief-stricken this morning after hearing that a dear friend and longtime colleague had passed away. Travis Tritt and the incredibly talented producer behind his chart-topping masterpiece, “Best of Intentions” have known each other for decades and worked on some really powerful projects together. Sadly, this morning […] More

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    Here’s How Much It Will Cost You To Book Your Favorite Country Singers For A Private Event

    If you have ever dreamed of hiring your favorite country singer for a private event like a party or a wedding, look no further. Actually we can’t physically book a singer for an event, but we can tell you some information about it! While we would love it if singers performed at private events out of […] More

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    Hear The Sweet Sound Of Travis Tritt & Ricky Skaggs Singing Together On ‘Man Of Constant Sorrow’

    If only one word could be used to describe the song “Man of Constant Sorrow, ” it would have to be “timeless.” While many now know the tune from the 2000 film O Brother, Where Art Thou? it has a detailed history that stretches back decades. Originally titled “Farewell Song,” a partially blind fiddler named […] More

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    Travis Tritt & Ricky Skaggs Fire Up The Ryman With Rowdy George Jones Hit

    Ricky Skaggs had already been active as a performer for nearly 30 years when a young outlaw named Travis Tritt burst onto the scene. The two struck up a friendship, and have ended up collaborating on numerous occasions. In 1998, Skaggs, Tritt, and various other artists all took home the Grammy Award for Best Country […] More

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    Travis Tritt & His Daughter Steal Hearts With Enchanting Duet

    Sounds like this apple didn’t fall far from the tree! Travis Tritt teamed up with his talented daughter Tyler Reese for an enchanting duet to the tune of Patty Smyth and Don Henley’s “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough.” The duet marked Tritt’s first new song in almost five years. The idea to team up with his […] More

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    Footage Resurfaces Of Waylon Jennings Singing With Travis Tritt, And It’s Perfection

    Travis Tritt was one of several new country singers that first came on to the scene in 1989. While these other singers from “the class of ’89” were known for their more traditional approach to country music, Tritt was instantly branded as a rebel and an outlaw. It’s an image that Tritt came to embrace, […] More

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    5 Things You Didn’t Know About Travis Tritt

    A proud member of what many country music aficionados call “The Class of 1989”, Travis Tritt admits he “stood out like a sore thumb”. 1989 was the year Clint Black, Garth Brooks, Vince Gill and Alan Jackson released their first singles, as well as Mary Chapin Carpenter and Tritt himself. These artists are known as […] More

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    Travis Tritt Dishes Out His True Feelings Of Modern Country Music

    With seven albums certified Platinum or higher, five number one hits, and two Grammy Awards, you could say that Travis Tritt knows how to make good country music. Known for hit songs such as “Anymore” and “Here’s a Quarter,” Tritt is one of few current country artists to be labeled as an “outlaw” like other notable […] More

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    Kacey Musgraves Reveals Her Controversial Opinion On Beyoncé’s CMA Perfromance

    Country music fans continue to reel in the aftermath of international popstar, Beyoncé Knowles, inclusion in one of the genre’s most sacred nights. Many big names have spoken out against the performance, such as Travis Tritt releasing a statement, “We can stand on our own and don’t need pop artists on our awards shows.” Known for her tendency to […] More