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Travis Tritt

Travis Tritt is an American country music singer and songwriter. He started singing at Sunday School at a very early age and progressed to songwriting as an adolescent.

He has produced 12 studio albums from which he has had a few Top Ten Billboard hits, including Help Me Hold On, Anymore and Best Of Intentions.

Backing Tracks

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=4049] Anymore

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30166] Best Of Intentions

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30167] Can I Trust You With My Heart

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30168] Country Ain’t Country

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=23728] Country Club

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30169] Help Me Hold On

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=4050] Here’s A Quarter

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30177] Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=4053] It’s A Great Day To Be Alive

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30170] I Wanna Talk About Me

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30171] Lord Have Mercy On The Working Man

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=4051] Love Of A Woman

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30172] Modern Day Bonnie And Clyde

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30173] My Next Thirty Years

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30233] Nothing Short Of Dying

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30234] She’s Going Home With Me

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=4253] Southbound Train

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30235] Still In Love With You

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30174] Strong Enough To Bend

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30236] Strong Enough To Be Your Man

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=5773] Tell Me I Was Dreaming

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=4052] Trouble

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30176] What Say You

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=4252] Where Corn Don’t Grow

[wp_eStore_fancy9 id=30175] Whiskey Ain’t Working

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Travis Tritt is an American country music singer and songwriter. He started singing at Sunday School at a very early age and progressed to songwriting as an adolescent.

He has produced 12 studio albums from which he has had a few Top Ten Billboard hits, including Help Me Hold On, Anymore and Best Of Intentions.

During the time that he began to emerge as an artist, he strived to be different from the norm.  Tritt refused to wear a cowboy hat, which at that time was unheard of in country music, and played a more rock-influenced style of music.

He has won two Grammy awards and three Country Music Awards (CMAs) and has also performed at the 1996 Olympics, CMAs, two Superbowls, the World Series and NCAA championships.

More recently, Travis Tritt has released Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough as a duet with his daughter Tyler Reese. This is a track form the Album The Calm After…

Travis has appeared in several films which include a special appearance as a bull rider in the film The Cowboy Way and as himself in the film Sgt. Bilko (with Steve Martin, Dan Ackroyd and Phil Hartman).