Venue: Orleans Showroom
4500 W. Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, NV
Show Dates: Dec. 14 - 15, 2012.
Show Times: 10pm
Age Restriction: 4
Starting at $44.00
Country singer Travis Tritt started out singing in his church choir in Marietta, Ga. He taught himself how to play guitar at age 8, began writing music in high school and eventually went on to record demos. He got signed to a record label in 1987 and released his first record in 1989. His first single, "Country Club," spent 26 weeks on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts.
Tritt's second single, "Help Me Hold On," became his first No. 1 song in 1990.
In 1991, Tritt released his second album, "It's All About to Change." The album went on to become his best-selling, with a triple-platinum certification. All four of its singles reached the top five on the country music charts.
Tritt steadily released records throughout the '90s, with hit songs like "T-R-O-U-B-L-E," "Take it Easy," "Foolish Pride" and "If I Lost You."
Tritt got the compliment of his life after recording a duet with soul man Sam Moore for Moore's 2006 album, "Overnight Sensational." After the recording the record's producer, "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson, said "Dude, I knew you could sing, but I had no idea you could do that blue-eyed soul thing.
Jackson was so impressed with Tritt that he offered to work with the singer. In 2007, Tritt released "The Storm" to rave reviews. Jackson and Tritt created a powerhouse collection of songs emphasizing Tritt’s soulful side.
Tritt has also been involved in acting over the years in films like "The Cowboy Way" and "Sgt. Bilko." His latest project was his role as Eddie Waters in the Christian film, “Fishers of Men.”