Travis Tritt is tired of hearing his fellow stars weigh in on politics in public. In a series of tweets early Monday morning (Jan. 9) after Meryl Streep excoriated President-elect Donald Trump during her speech at the Golden Globe Awards, the singer advised celebrities to stick to their crafts and "leave politics to the politicians."
Travis Tritt was not a big fan of Beyonce's performance at the 2016 CMA Awards, to put it mildly. The country star turned to Twitter to post a string of observations about how poor a fit he felt it was for a country audience, as well as the motives behind the appearance.
The music business is a high-stakes, high-risk venture, and it's not unusual for artists to wind up in court to defend their interests, as we'll see in this gallery of the nastiest country music lawsuits.
Country music is a very supportive genre, but that doesn't mean there aren't a few artists who just can't get along. Sometimes it's professional, sometimes it's personal. For country's most well-known feudsters, it was both.
Travis Tritt took to his Twitter account this weekend to express his opinion about a recent show opening for Brantley Gilbert. Tritt, Thomas Rhett and Clare Bowen all opened for Gilbert at the Blue Ridge Music Festival in Salem, Va. and something sparked a comment by Tritt.
I have seen quite a few concerts in my 30+ years of radio and when I'm asked to list my top 10 performances, I tend to raise some eyebrows when I include Travis Tritt. I saw him at a private show in Nashville around 15 years ago and his stage persona was just captivating.
Travis Tritt's new album 'The Calm After ...' features a duet with his oldest daughter, Tyler Reese. It's the 15-year-old's first steps into the music business, and that's making the country veteran nervous -- very nervous.
If you're one of the many fans who's disappointed because you couldn't get a ticket to George Jones' sold out farewell concert in Nashville, well ... prepare to get even more disappointed. On top of the enormous roster of guest stars slated to appear at the once-in-a-lifetime event, Jones has just added even more star power, including Alan Jackson and Travis Tritt.
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