WATCH: Travis Tritt Performs ‘It’s a Great Day to Be Alive’ With Ear-to-Ear Smile in Alabama

by Thad Mitchell

Country music superstar Travis Tritt is among the country artists that are slowly but surely returning to live music.

Travis Tritt has been taking the stage a little more recently as he performs live shows for his sizeable fan base. COVID-19 precautions are still being taken by live show audiences, but Tritt and other artists note how great it is to be in front of a crowd again. The country singer and songwriter found his way to Huntsville, Alabama for a show over the weekend. It is safe to say the audience was glad to see Tritt and he was just as happy to see them.

As he often does, Travis Tritt took to social media to share some photos with his fans and Instagram followers. He also snuck a few videos as well, including one of his hit songs “It’s a Great Day to be Alive.” Judging by the big smile across his face, Tritt certainly seems to agree with the lyrics of his hit song.

“Nothing beats the experience of playing music in front of a live audience!” he says in the post’s caption space. “Thank you Huntsville, Alabama! You were a fantastic audience!”

The social media photo collection includes five pics and two videos. It is immediately evident from the two videos that everyone is having a good time singing along.

Travis Tritt Fans Thanks Singer for Performance

Several Travis Tritt fans chime in on the post to thank him for his performance and proclaim they greatly enjoyed the show. Others say they are looking forward to his upcoming concerts and already have their tickets in hand.

“Just bought tickets for your Corinth show in two weeks,” a fan says in a reply. “I can’t wait!!! Saw you a couple of years ago and it was such a great time!!”

A native of Marietta, Georgia, Travis Tritt has been on the country music scene for more than three decades. During this time he has put out a double-digit number of studio albums. The 58-year-old has numerous number-one singles, including his 1990 chart-topping hit “Help Me Hold On” and 2000’s “Best of Intentions.” He has also won numerous awards over that stretch, including two Grammy Awards that came in 1992 and 1999.