Travis's first record contract was with Warner Brothers Records.
Travis Tritt's discography includes:
"Country Club" released in 1990, "It's All About to Change" released in 1991, "Christmas: A Loving Time Of Year" released in 1992, "T.R.O.U.B.L.E." released in 1992, "Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof" released in 1994, "Greatest Hits From the Beginning" released in 1995, "Restless Kind" released in 1996, "No More Looking Over My Shoulder" released in 1998, "Down The Road I Go" released in 2000, "Strong Enough" released in 2002, "Essentials" released in 2003, and "My Honky Tonk History" released in 2004.
In 2004, Travis Tritt performed at the SuperBowl halftime show.
Travis Tritt has had eighteen top ten singles.
Travis Tritt has appeared in over ten movies.
Travis Tritt's first performance was at the First Assembly of God church, as a soloist in the children's choir.
Travis Tritt's favorite color is black.
Travis Tritt considers Charlie Daniels to be his musical hero.
Travis Tritt's first song that he wrote was in high school called "Spend A Little Time."
Travis Tritt was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 1992.
As of 2006, Travis Tritt has released sixteen albums.
Travis Tritt has won several awards, such as:
1991 TNN/Music City News Song of the Year
1991 CMA Horizon Award
1992 TNN/Music City News Star of Tomorrow
1992 Music City News Country Star of Tomorrow
1992 CMA Vocal Event of the Year
1992 Grammy Best Country Vocal Collaboration
1993 CMA Vocal Event of the Year
1993 TNN/Music City News Vocal Collaboration of the Year
1998 Grammy Best Country Collaboration With Vocals
Travis Tritt released his debut album "Country Club" in 1990.
In 1998, Travis Tritt performed at the WCW Road Wild.
Travis Tritt has sung many duets with Marty Stuart.
In 1992, Travis Tritt won a Grammy for "Best Vocal Collaboration."
Travis Tritt's trademark is his long hair.
Travis Tritt has three children.
Travis Tritt married Theresa Nelson on April 12, 1997. As of 2006, they are still married.
Travis Tritt is 5'10" tall.
Tritt worked at an air-conditioning company. The company's vice president was a guitarist who gave up hopes of a musical career and urged Tritt to follow his dreams. Tritt quit his job and began pursuing a career full-time.
Travis Tritt was married and divorced twice before he was 22.
Travis was determined to have a musical career, but his parents didn't encourage him to follow his instincts. His mother didn't mind that he wanted to perform, but she wanted him to sing gospel; his father was afraid there was no money in singing.
Tritt fell in love with music as a child, teaching himself how to play guitar when he was eight and beginning to write songs when he was 14.
Throughout the early '90s, he had a string of platinum albums and Top Ten singles, including three number one hits.
Travis Tritt: When they talk about music getting in your blood, I understand exactly what they're talking about, because that is me.
Travis Tritt: People look at you, and they've got just the perfect little box for you, the perfect category. Call you a redneck. Call you a hillbilly. Like those were insults.