Personalities | Travis Tritt | New Country & The Neo-Traditionalists

(Vocals, guitar, b. 1963)

James Travis Tritt burst on to the country-music scene in 1989 with a Top 10 single, ‘Country Club’. Utilizing strains of southern rock and expressing emotions of everyday people, he gained an audience with such singles as 1991’s ‘Here’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)’, his second chart-topper, ‘Anymore’, and ‘The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’’, a duet with his friend and touring partner, Marty Stuart. His guitar-fired approach to country themes has seen him earn his keep at both Warner Bros. and Sony, which he joined in 2000.

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Source: The Definitive Illustrated Encyclopedia of Country Music, consultant editor Bob Allen


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