Travis Tritt 82316A few days ago, we put up a review of Travis Tritt’s new album, A Man and His Guitar: Live From the Franklin Theater.  If you missed that, head on over and have a look.  We included the cover art for you, along with the track listing.  You can read that article by clicking here.

Today, we wanted to give you a look at a video produced to promote this new album.  And a little of the press release that accompanied the video.

Here is a portion of the press release that accompanied the video above.  If you are a huge Travis Tritt fan, there provably isn’t a lot I this press release that you don’t already know.  If you are new to the ever-growing group of country music fans, there is a lot here you will want to know.

[Press Release]   The project features Tritt at his best; performing an unplugged solo concert that gives fans the rare opportunity to hear a fresh take on some of Tritt’s biggest hits, including “Help Me Hold On,” “Anymore,” and “Best of Intentions,” in their purest form. Previously unreleased renditions of “Come and Go Blues” and “Pickin’ At It” are also included in the program.

In this concert, Tritt acknowledges and pays tribute to the artists that were influential to him as he punctuates the release with personal stories and anecdotes from his lengthy career. Select acoustic numbers and humorous moments between Tritt and his guests, Marty Stuart and James Otto, are also highlighted.

More than 25 years after he launched his music career, the Southern-Rock influenced artist continues to stay true and relevant to Country music fans across the globe. In 2015, Tritt’s compilation album, The Very Best of ‪Travis Tritt, continued a trend that started the previous year by topping the SoundScan Top 200 Catalog Country Albums chart for 50 consecutive weeks with 15 weeks spent at No. 1 and 33 weeks notched in the Top Five.

Over the course of his career, Tritt has produced over 25 million in album sales, two Grammy award wins and multiple No. 1 singles on the country radio charts, including “Help Me Hold On,” “Can I Trust You with My Heart” and “Foolish Pride.” Tritt was dubbed one of “The Class of ‘89,” which included country music superstars Garth Brooks, ‪Clint Black and ‪Alan Jackson, all whom dominated the charts in the 1990s and beyond. Among his eleven studio albums and numerous charted singles are nineteen Top 10 hits including “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde,” “Here’s A Quarter” and “It’s A Great Day to Be Alive.”

travistritt_martystuartA Man and His Guitar: Live from the Franklin Theater is now available, and you can order it on iTunes now. Visit Travis’ website to find out where you can find him on tour, and to keep up with all the latest news. Check out his Facebook page, and remember to “Like” that while you are there. Can’t get enough of this great music, then head over to YouTube and have a look and listen to some of those great videos. Make the most of social media, and follow Travis on Twitter @Travistritt.  If you aren’t already following Country’s Chatter on Twitter, we’d love to have you.  You will find us @countryschatter.

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A few days ago, we put up a review of Travis Tritt’s new album, A Man and His Guitar: Live From the Franklin Theater.  If you missed that, head on over and have a look.  We included the cover art for you, along with the track listing.  You can...