Travis Tritt is a talented songwriter, singer, and actor who is most known for his work in country music. He was born in Marietta, Georgia, on the 9th of February 1963. Banjo, guitar, and vocals are the instruments of Travis Tritt. Karen Ryon, from 1982 to 1984, Jodi Barnett, from 1984 to 1989, and Theresa Nelson, from 1997, are his ex-wives’ names.
Travis Tritt Biography
On February 9, 1963, in Marietta, Georgia, Travis Tritt was born James Travis Tritt. He learned to play guitar at a young age while growing up with his mother Gwen, father James, and sister Sheila. Travis began writing music as a Sprayberry High School student when he joined his church’s band as a teenager.
With some pals, he created a bluegrass band, and their performance of “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys” in a local contest earned them second place. Tritt recorded a demo album called “Proud of the Country” with the help of Danny Davenport, a Warner Bros. Records executive. Travis was signed by the label’s Nashville branch after Davenport sent the record to Warner Bros. personnel.
Travis Tritt’s Net Worth
Travis Tritt has a net worth of $35 million and is an American country music singer, songwriter, and actor. Tritt’s net worth is derived from his great recording career, as well as the numerous songs he has written and acting roles. Travis is known for his hard-rocking, raucous sound, which is influenced by mainstream country and Southern rock.
He has 12 studio albums and four live albums under his belt since signing with Warner Bros. Records in 1989. Tritt has hit hits such as “Help Me Hold On,” “Can I Trust You with My Heart,” “Foolish Pride,” and “Best of Intentions,” and he is a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1992. Travis has starred in over 20 films and television shows, including “Sgt. Bilko” (1996), “Blues Brothers 2000” (1998), and “Forever My Girl” (2018), and his autobiography “Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof” was released in 1994.
Travis Tritt’s Career
Tritt’s debut studio album, “Country Club,” was released on February 22, 1990, and was certified 2x Platinum. It peaked at #3 on the “Billboard” Top Country Albums chart. In 1991, he released the 3x Platinum “It’s All About to Change” and the 2 Platinum “T-R-O-U-B-L-E” to follow up on his successful debut. Travis then released “A Travis Tritt Christmas: Loving Time of the Year” (1992), “Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof” (1994), and “The Restless Kind” (1995). (1996). Tritt had 15 singles in the top ten of the Hot Country Songs list in the 1990s.
“Down the Road, I Go,” his first album released in the new millennium, was certified Platinum by Columbia Nashville. The single “Best of Intentions” topped the Hot Country Songs list, with “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive” and “Love of a Woman” coming in second and third, respectively. Tritt followed up with studio albums “Strong Enough” (2002), “My Honky Tonk History” (2004), and “The Storm” (2007), as well as live albums “A Man and His Guitar: Live From the Franklin Theatre” (2016), “The Big Bang Concert Series: Travis Tritt” (2017), “Live On Soundstage” (2019), and “Homegrown” (2020). (2019). He released “Set in Stone” in 2021, his first new album in more than a decade.
Tritt collaborated with Marty Stuart on the 1991 single “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’,” and he’s also appeared on Stuart’s songs “This One’s Gonna Hurt You (For a Long, Long Time)” and “Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best,” as well as “Same Old Train,” which featured Stuart, Clint Black, Dwight Yoakam, Merle Haggard, and a number of other artists. Travis has also appeared on Bill Engvall’s “Here’s Your Sign (Get the Picture),” Patty Loveless’ “Out of Control Raging Fire,” The Charlie Daniels Band’s “Southern Boy,” Cory Marks’ “Outlaws & Outsiders,” and Hot Country Knights’ “Pick Her Up,” as well as Mark O’Connor’s 1994 single “The Devil Comes Back to Georgia,” on which he collaborated with Mark O’Connor, Charlie Daniels,
Travis Tritt’s Personal Life
Travis married his high school love, Karen Ryon, in September 1982, but the couple split two years later. “Keep the Memories, Bury the Love: My Life With Travis Tritt,” Ryon’s book, was published in 1995. Travis married Jodi Barrett in 1984 and divorced her in 1989. Tritt and Theresa Nelson married on April 12, 1997, and their daughter Tyler was born on February 18, 1998, followed by sons Tristan (born June 16, 1999) and Tarian (born June 16, 2000).
(born November 20, 2003). Tritt’s tour bus was engaged in an accident at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in which two passengers traveling the wrong way on Veteran’s Highway were killed. Travis is a Republican Party and NRA member who voted for George W. Bush and Donald Trump. Tritt said that he has experienced ghostly occurrences in his Blue Ridge Mountains cabin on the Lifetime series “The Haunting of…” in 2015.
He said that he often heard voices in the house and that he had observed footprints on the carpet and impressions on the bedspread that were not made by anyone in the house. Tritt was informed by psychic medium Kim Russo that an African-American medicine man had been murdered on the premises and that the disembodied sounds were the killers’ furious spirits.
Travis Tritt’s Nominations for Awards
Tritt has had nine Grammy nominations, winning Best Country Vocal Collaboration in 1993 and Best Country Collaboration with Vocals in 1999 for “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin.” For “Here’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)” and “Lord Have Mercy On The Working Man,” he received further nominations for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male.
Best Country Song for “Here’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares),” Best Music Video, Long Form for “A Celebration – A Musical Tribute To The Spirit Of The Disabled American Veteran,” Best Music Video, Short Form for “A Celebration –
A Musical Tribute To The Spirit Of The Disabled American Veteran,” Best Music Video, Short Form for “A Celebration – A Musical Tribute To The Spirit Of The Disabled American Veteran “The Devil Comes Back To Georgia” won Best Country Vocal Collaboration, while “Honky Tonkin’ I Do Best” and “Hope: Country Music’s Quest For A Cure” won Best Country Collaboration with Vocals.
Travis received a “Billboard” Award for Top New Male Artist in 1990, a Horizon Award in 1991, and the Country Music Association named “This One’s Gonna Hurt You,” “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair,” and “Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best” Vocal Events of the Year in 1992, 1993, and 1996, respectively.