Country music singer-songwriter Travis Tritt took to social media on Friday evening to share a gorgeous sunset photo with his fans and followers.
Sunsets anywhere in the world are always a beautiful sight to see. Whether the light is reflecting off off a city skyline or you’re seeing the last rays shine out over the ocean, it’s easy to agree that there’s nothing more beautiful than a sunset.
That was no doubt the case yet again on Friday night. Tritt posted a beautiful sunset photo that shows off a pink and orange skyline, reflecting off a pond. He also wishes his nearly 250 thousand Instagram followers a wonderful weekend.
The photo has gotten over 8,500 likes since Tritt made the post.
“What a gorgeous Friday evening sky! Hoping everyone has a wonderful weekend,” the country singer wrote alongside the photo.
Tritt is clearly a fan of capturing pretty sunset photos. He did so back in August of 2019 as well, posting it on his official Twitter page. The singer was able to snap this photo in Denver, Colorado, while on his way to the Seven Peaks Fest in Buena Vista.
Travis Tritt Looking Forward to the Super Bowl
Although his favorite team — the Atlanta Falcons — won’t be playing in the Super Bowl this year, Travis Tritt is still looking forward to the big game.
The country star posted a throwback picture to Twitter ahead of the Super Bowl LV matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That game will kick off on Sunday at 5:30 pm on CBS. Fellow country star Eric Church will be performing the national anthem prior to the game.
Meanwhile, Travis Tritt is no stranger to performing on the NFL’s biggest stage. He made an appearance in the Super Bowl Halftime Show back in 1994. That was ten years before the release of his Atlanta Falcons Anthem. That particular halftime show featured some of country music’s biggest names taking the stage in Atlanta. Performing along with Travis Tritt were Clint Black, Tanya Tucker, Wynona Judd, and Naomi Judd.
Tritt’s performance during that show is still remembered as a Super Bowl favorite. Alongside Black, Tucker, and the Judds, he sang “Tuckered Out,” “It’s a Little Too Late,” “T-R-O-U-B-L-E,” and “No One Else on Earth.” And for the finale, the group really sealed the memorable performance with, “Love Can Build A Bridge.”
The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Buffalo Bills 30-13 in that game.