Travis Tritt and Daughter Tyler Reese Duet for “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough” (from the mailbag)

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Travis Tritt, one of Country music's most-beloved "bad boys," has released a
cover of "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough," which he
performs in a duet with his 15-year-old daughter, Tyler Reese. Written by Patti
Smyth and Glen Burtnik, the famous rock ballad first
appeared on Smyth's self-titled 1992 album, on which she sang the successful
single with Don Henley. Along with his daughter Tyler, Tritt takes a Country
turn on this new version, which is the first single the entertainer has released
on Country radio in five years. The song is available via iTunes, and the video
premiered on Travis' YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/travistrittofficial.


Recalling
the inspiration that lead to the collaboration with his daughter, Tritt
reflected, "We were driving back from a family trip to Florida when this song
came on my iPod. I naturally started singing along, and when Tyler joined me I
knew it was a song we just had to record together. It was magical." Listeners
are enchanted with the father/daughter duet, and lucky fans at select venues
will have the chance to see them perform the song during the dates indicated
with an "*" below:
 
June 24          Birchmere Music Hall, Alexandria,
VA
June 26          Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ
June 27        
 Turning Stone Resort & Casino,Verona, NY
June 28          Palace
Theatre, Greensburg, PA
June 29          JD Legends Entertainment Complex ,
Franklin, OH
July 12            Seven Clans Casino, Thief River Falls,
MN
July 13            St. Croix Casino, Turtle Lake, WI
July 18          
 Freedom Hall, Sterling Heights, MI
July 19            Chautauqua Institute,
Chautauqua, NY
July 20            Beckley YMCA Sports Complex, Beckley, WV
*
August 1         Campbell Country Fair, Gillette, WY
August
2         Butte Silver Bow County Fair, Butte, MT
August 3         Big Valley
Jamboree, Camrose, Canada
August 8         Tillamook County Fair, Tillamook,
OR
August 9         Umatilla County Fair, Hermiston, OR
August
16       Havelock Country Jamboree, Havelock, ON
August 28       KCI Auto
Auction, Kansas City, MO
August 30       Fort Randall Casino, Pickstown,
SD
Sept 7              Vermont State Fair, Rutland, VT*
Sept
13            Riverwind Casino, Norman, OK
Sept 15            B100 Birthday
Bash, South Bend, IN*
Sept 19            PACE Center, Parker, CO
Sept
20            Sky Ute Casino Events Center, Ignacio, CO
Sept
21            Cattle Baron's Ball 2013, Eaton, CO
Sept
27            Margaritaville Resort Casino, Bossier City, LA
Sept
28            Hot Springs Balloon Festival, Hot Springs, AR*
October
3        Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA
October 4        Renaissance
Theatre, Mansfield, OH
October 5        The Newton Theatre, Newton,
NJ
October 6        The Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT
October
12      Austin County Fair, Bellville, TX
October 19      Mark G Etess Arena,
Atlantic City, NJ
October 26      Pensacola Interstate Fair, Pensacola,
FL
October 27      Florida State Hog Rally, Ft. Walton Beach*
October
28      Pensacola Fair,Pensacola, FL*
November 1    Strathmore, North
Bethesda, MD
Nov 2              New Barn Theater, Mount Vernon, KY
Nov
9              Founder's Day Festival, Ocoee,
FL*
 
"Sometimes" is the first single from
Tritt's upcoming album, THE CALM AFTER… , which will
be out July 9 on his Post Oak Recordings label. The collection is a revised
re-release of 2007's THE STORM, adding two new tracks – this single and
Tritt's cover of Faces' "Stay With Me."
 
Fans can connect with
Travis, view the "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" video and hear more
music at his new website, http://travistritt.com/. The track is available for
purchase at iTunes (http://smarturl.it/TTSometimes).

 

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