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 &…
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.
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.