Travis Tritt

As a teenager drawn to the Southern rock of Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers, Travis found his niche in the outlaw movement. Preceded by two hits, "Country Club" and "Help Me Hold On", the first album entered the Top 10 in March 1990, selling over a million copies. A year later, the next album, It's All About To Change, contained four No. 1 hits, including "Anymore", whose video, filmed at a veterans' medical center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, with the participation of staff and patients, enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame, and should earn it a big-screen adaptation. Two albums, T-R-O-U-B-L-E and Ten Feet Tall And Bulletproof, established Travis Tritt as one of the most interesting artists of the '90s. Equally at home in traditional country, ballads, blues and Southern rock, his voice is deep, not very powerful, but tinged with melancholy.

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