For nearly 30 years, Travis Tritt continually shows loyalty to his fans with sell-out shows that feature country music with a flare of Southern rock, blues and gospel. His early career boomed with the release of seven studio albums over the course of a decade. He topped the charts in the 90's with his debut Country Club. He was alongside some other chart dominating superstars like Garth Brooks, Clint Black and Alan Jackson.
Travis Tritt won the Top New Male Artist award and the CMA Horizon Award after having his music at the top of the Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts. IN 1991, his debut album Country Club was labeled as certified platinum. This led to his second album It's All About the Change which was then labeled as triple-platinum certified. His accredited music gave rise to his appearance in the sports world. He performed at the 1996 Olympics, two Super Bowls, a World Series Game, the opening of the Georgia Dome, the final Braves game at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, and the 2013 NCAA men's basketball championship.
Recently, Tritt joined forces with Shania Twain and Jake Owen in a music showcase series called REAL COUNTRY. Tritt's role is to be a mentor for newly emerging artists and guide them to a grand finale performance where they could have a chance at being named one of country music's next breakout acts.
Complimenting to Travis Tritt's southern rock influence is the talented Braydon Zink. He grew up in Iliff, Colorado and will return to his stomping grounds to perform for his most supportive fans. Zink found his adoration for country music at a young age and deviated from his family traditions of becoming a lineman to follow this passion. Zink taught himself to sing and play guitar while listening to his favorite records of Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash. He quickly began writing his own songs and soon after started performing in Northeastern Colorado. He then set sail to Austin, Texas to expand his talent and started opening for artists like Jack Ingram, Turnpike Troubadors, Johnny Rodriguez and Hal Ketchum. Zink's music combines red dirt, outlaw and a touch of southern rock to create music that makes you want to scoot in your boots.