Travis Tritt Drops New Backstage Photo with Guy Fieri and Motley Crue’s Vince Neil

by Suzanne Halliburton

Travis Tritt still is dropping snapshots of his recent swing through Kansas.

This time, Tritt, the country star posted on Instagram a photo of himself with some non-country celebrities — super chef Guy Fieri and rocker Vince Neil of Motely Crue.

The Instagram caption: “Backstage with Guy Fieri and Vince Neil right before our show in Kansas.

Where Was Travis Tritt?

Tritt didn’t identify where he was in Kansas. However, earlier this week, Tritt was posting photos from the retirement party of NASCAR star Clint Bower in Kansas City. The guest list was star studded. It also included Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Fieri.

Tritt wrote: “I had a wonderful time hanging out with my friends Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Guy Fieri and Clint Boyer for Clint’s retirement party tonight in Kansas!”

Tritt got a bit of social media blowback from some of his fans. People noticed that no one in the photos were wearing masks. And as we all are aware, the world still is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bowyer, 41, announced his retirement from NASCAR in October. He’d been racing for 16 seasons. Now, Bowyer will serve as an analyst for Fox Sports. The network will use Bowyer in a three-man booth with Mike Joy and Jeff Gordon, a NASCAR Hall of Fame driver. The new announcing team will make their debut during Daytona Speedweek. The Daytona 500 is Feb. 14.

Bowyer has a host of interesting friends, including Travis Tritt. The retired driver knows Guy Fieri from as far back as 2013. That’s when the two filmed an episode of Fieri’s show “Diner, Drive-Ins and Dives” for the Food Network. The episode was based in Kansas City.

Blake Shelton loves to participate in Burnout on Broadway events in Nashville. In December, 2019, he rode with Bowyer as the two did burnouts on the streets of Nashville.

Right after Bowyer announced his retirement, Shelton immediately invited him to hang out and no non-driving activities.

“Hey Clint Bowyer,” Shelton wrote on Twitter. “It’s been a hell of a run my brother. Congrats on the Fox deal!!! Here’s to the next chapter!!! Let’s go do some huntin’ and fishin’ now!!!!”

Tritt Is Readying For His Acoustic Shows

Meanwhile, Tritt is readying to go on the road. His first tour stop is in Owensboro, Kentucky, for an acoustic show. There will be social distancing guidelines in place. Seating capacity is reduced. Masks must be worn.

For more information about the Travis Tritt tour schedule, click it here.

If you’d like to check out Outsider’s recent Travis Tritt coverage, we’ve got you covered here and here.