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Travis Tritt is a famous American country musician whose net worth is approximately $40 million. He built up his wealth by successfully pursuing music careers as well as composing songs and starring in movies. Travis has become famous for his hard-rocking, rowdy style influenced by mainstream country music and southern rock. He became famous after signing to Warner Bros. He has released twelve studio albums and four live albums since his debut in 1989. Tritt became one of the members of the Grand Ole Opry in 1992, and he is known for hit singles like “Help Me Hold On,” “Can I Trust You with My Heart,” “Foolish Pride,” and “Best of Intentions.” Travis has appeared in more than 20 film and television projects, including “Sgt. He has appeared in several films including “Bilko”, “The Blues Brothers ” and “Forever My Gal.” His book was called “10 feet tall and bulletproof”.
Travis Tritt at a GlanceRеаl Nаmе/Full Nаmе Јаmеѕ Тrаvіѕ Тrіtt
Nісk Nаmе/Сеlеbrаtеd Nаmе: Тrаvіѕ Тrіtt
Віrth Рlасе: Маrіеttа, Gеоrgіа, Unіtеd Ѕtаtеѕ
Dаtе Оf Віrth/Віrthdау: 9 Fеbruаrу 1963
Аgе/Ноw Оld: 58 уеаrѕ оld
Неіght/Ноw Таll: Іn Сеntіmеtrеѕ – 178 сm
Іn Fееt аnd Іnсhеѕ – 5′ 10″
Wеіght: Іn Кіlоgrаmѕ – 70 Кg
Іn Роundѕ – 154 lbѕ
Еуе Соlоr: Grееn
Наіr Соlоr: Вrоwn
Раrеntѕ Nаmе: Fаthеr – Јаmеѕ Тrіtt
Моthеr – Gwеn Тrіtt
Ѕіblіngѕ: Ѕhеіlа Тrіtt
Ѕсhооl: Ѕрrауbеrrу Ніgh Ѕсhооl
Zоdіас Ѕіgn: Аquаrіuѕ
Ѕехuаl Оrіеntаtіоn: Ѕtrаіght
Маrіtаl Ѕtаtuѕ: Маrrіеd
Wіfе/Ѕроuѕе Nаmе: Тhеrеѕа Nеlѕоn (m. 1997), Јоdі Ваrnеtt (m. 1984–1989), Каrеn Rуоn (m. 1982–1984)
Кіdѕ/Сhіldrеn Nаmе: Туlеr Rееѕе Тrіtt, Таrіаn Nаthаnіеl Тrіtt аnd Тrіѕtаn Јаmеѕ
Рrоfеѕѕіоn: Ѕіngеr, ѕоngwrіtеr, аnd асtоr
Nеt Wоrth: $40 mіllіоn
Lаѕt Uрdаtеd: Јаnuаrу 2022
Early LifeBorn in Marietta, GA, singer/songwriter Travis Tritt has been performing since he was 13 years old. He grew up with his mother Gwen, father James, and sister Sheila and taught himself how to play guitar at an early age. While he was growing up, Travis played guitar for his church’s choir and wrote songs as a high schooler at Sprayberry High School. He formed a bluegrass band together with their friends, and they won first prize at a local music competition for playing “Mamas Don’t Let Their Babies Grow up to be Cowboys.” With the help of his friend Danny Davenport, who works for Warner Brothers, he was able to get into Harvard Business School. Records, Tritt has been recording demos for his upcoming album Proud of the Country. He recently sent them to Warner Bros.Travis has been signed by the label’s Nashville division.
Music careerOn February 22, 1990, Tritt released his first studio album titled “Country Club” which peaked at number three on Billboard 200 and was certified double platinum by RIAA. He followed his successful debut with the 3x Platinum “It’s All About to Change” in 1991 and the 2× Platinum “Trouble” in 1992. Travis then released his holiday albums “Loving Time Of The Year”, “10 Ft Tall And Bullet Proof”, and “Restless Kind”. During the 1990s, 15 of Tritty’s singles hit number one on Billboard’s country charts. His first album of the 2000s, “Down the Road I Go,” was released by Sony Music Entertainment and was certified Gold. It was an incredible day for country music fans when “Best Of Intentions” hit number one on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Chart.
Then he released his studio album ‘Strong Enough’ in 2002, ‘My Honky Tonk History’ in 2004, ‘The Storm’ in 2007, ‘A Man And His Guitar’: Live from the Franklin Theater in 2016, The Big Bang Concert Series: Travis Tritt in 2017, ‘Live On Stage’ in 2019, ‘Homegrown’ in 2019. He released his first studio album since 2006, Set in Stone, in 2020. He worked with Marty Stuart on the song “The Whiskey Ain’t Working” from his 1992 debut album, A Place Called Home. He played guitar for Stuart on two tracks off his second album, Honky Tonk Heroes, including “This One’s Gonna Hurt You (for a long time)” and “Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best.” He appeared on three tracks off Stuart’s third album, Same Ole Train, including “Same Old Train,” featuring Stuart, Clint Black, Dweezil Zappa, Dwight Yoakam, and others; and “I Got My Eyes On Someone,” featuring Stuart and Dwight Yoakum. He has also appeared on Bill Engvall’s “Here’s Your Sign (Get the picture),” Patty Loveless’ “Out Of Control Raging Fire,” The Charlie Daniels Band’s “Southern Boy,” Cory Marks’ “Outlaw’s & Outsider,” and Hot Country Knights’ “Pick her up,” and he teamed up with country music legend Mark O’Connor, Charlie Daniels, John Cash, and Marty Stuart for his own song called “The Devil comes back to Georgia.”
Top 10 Songs of Travis TrittHere’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)The Whiskey Ain’t Workin (with Marty Stuart)Help Me Hold OnAnymoreMore Than You’ll Ever KnowModern Day Bonnie and ClydeCountry ClubIt’s A Great Day To Be AliveThe Best Of IntentionsDrift Off To DreamActing CareerTritt has been making appearances since 1993 when he was cast in the role of Rio Diablo in the Disney Channel Original Movie “Rio Diablo”. Since then, he has had roles in several films including “The Cowboy Way”, “Following Her Heart”, “Tales From the Crypt”, “Dr. Phil”, and “The Jeff Foxworthy show”. Quinn, Medicine Woman” (1996), and he appeared in the 1996 film “Sgt. “Bilko,” alongside comedians Steve Martin, Dan Ayckyrood, and Phil Hartman.” He was born in New York City in 1959. His first acting role came when he played a small part in the 1996 movie A Holiday For Love. After that, he had roles in two television movies before appearing in Fire Down Below in 1997. Then, he co-wrote Blues Brothers 2000 alongside Dan Aykroyd. Since then, he has made appearances in several films including Elmo’s World, Yes, Dear, Blue Collar TV, King Of The Hill, Diagnosis Murder, Touched By An Angel, Arliss, and others. From 2013 through 2018, Travis played roles in four films: Brother’s Keeper (2013), Like Dreamers, Do (2014), Let There be Light (2017), and Forever My Girl (2018).
Personal lifeTravis married Karen Ryun, his high school girlfriend, in September 1982, but they got divorced two years later. Ryon wrote Keep the Memories, Bury Your Love: My Life With Travi$ Scott in 1995. He later married Jodi Barrett (Travis’ ex) in 1984, but they divorced in 1989. They had two children together. On December 3, 2000, Tritt married Teresa Nelson; they had two children together: son Tristan was born on June 16, 1999, and their second child, daughter Tarian, was born on November 20, 2003. On March 19th, 2019, Tritts’ tour bus crashed into another vehicle at high speed after leaving his concert in North Charleston, SC. Two passengers died from their injuries. Travis is a member of the Republican Party and the NRA, and he supports President George W. Bush and Donald Trump. He told People magazine in 2015 that he’d experienced some strange things at his mountain retreat in North Carolina. He told us that he often hears disembodied voices there and has even seen footprints appearing on the floor and found impressions on his bedding that were not made by any person living at the house. A psychic medium named Kim Russo told Tritt that an African American medicine man was killed on the property and that his spirit was now haunting the place.
Awards and AchievementsTravis Tritt has won 9 Grammys, including two awards for best country collaboration (with George Strait) and one award for his duet with Dolly Parton (“I Will Always Love You”). He was nominated for six Grammys including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Producer of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, and Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance; he won two Grammy Awards for his album _Travis_, which included the singles “She Won’t Be Lonely Now” and “If Tomorrow Never Comes”; he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score for _Dances With Wolves_; he has been inducted into both the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Oklahoma Musicians Hall of Fame; he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President George W. Bush in 2007, and he was given the Pioneer Award from the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in 2008.
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