It's that time of year again -- CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee. Over the years, fans have seen some exceptional performances, and among those have been duets (both announced and…
Yesterday, there was a fire at Travis Tritt's home. Today, the singer shared a photo on Facebook of the charred remains of his kids' hopes, dreams, and playground equipment.
This morning, Travis Tritt linked to a Facebook post that announced that he had joined a movie as a narrator.
Well not just any narrator, but The Narrator.
You know it's an important part when they capitalize it.
Here's a question for you ... how much would you be willing to pay for a picture with your favorite star? For me these days I could swing maybe $4.95,…
As if it were a surprise to anyone, the force that is
Florida Georgia Line remains at #1 on Hot Country Songs yet again this week
with ‘Cruise’(remix featuring Nelly). In addition, it remains at #1 on Country
Digital Songs too, while their latest single ‘Round Here’ is at #6 on the same
chart, #16 on Country Airplay and #8 on Hot Country Songs. Their album ‘Here’s
To The Good Times’ stays at #1. Could it become a possibility that they end up
holding both the #1 and #2 spots on the sales charts? Quite easily, in a couple
of weeks’ time.
Blake Shelton also stands in the running for the soundtrack
of the summer, ‘Boys Round Here’ (featuring Pistol Annies and friends) at #2 on
Country Digital Songs, but falling to #4 on Hot Country Songs, while his latest
single ‘Mine Would Be You’ not yet charting on Country Airplay top 25. In
contrast, Hunter Hayes is still rising with ‘I Want Crazy’, taking the #2 spot on
Hot Country Songs this week while he holds onto #3 on Country Digital Songs. He
stays at #6 on Country Airplay, and #4 on Top Country Albums with the ‘Encore’
edition of his self-titled debut album, which still lags behind Blake Shelton’s
‘Based On A True Story…’, standing strong at #2.
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.