Travis Tritt Shares Photos of Smoked Thanksgiving Turkey, Admits He Does ‘All the Cooking’

by Kayla Zadel
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Travis Tritt can officially add chef to his resume. He’s talking turkey on his Twitter account and this man is ready for Thanksgiving Day.

Tritt’s giving fans an inside look at the star attraction of his Thanksgiving meal. The country artist shares a photo of his turkey sitting in the oven.

Tritt writes, “Wishing a very Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!”

Tritt’s followers are loving his social post. However, one person’s worried that the country icon’s getting too much of a jump start on his turkey day. They write, “You’re a day early!”

Turkey isn’t the only thing that Tritt’s sharing. He admits that he “does all the cooking” and “like to jump ahead”.

Another concerned fan writes that they “hope this is last years picture. Surely you didn’t get that much of a jump on the bird!”

Once again, Tritt smoothes things over and lets his follower know that this isn’t last year’s picture, and he’s not cooking one, but two turkeys this year.

“No. This is a picture from tonight. I smoked this turkey all day. I’ll be deep frying another tomorrow,” he replies.

The country legend’s also having a little fun after one person makes mention of a lyric from his hit song, “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive”.

This Thanksgiving post is well received by his 220-thousand-plus followers. Tritt’s message has received close to 8-thousand likes as of Thanksgiving day.

Travis Tritt Offers Tunes for Thanksgiving

Travis Tritt isn’t only showing off his turkey on Twitter, but the Travis Tritt team’s reminding everyone about his new release for the holiday weekend.

The caption reads, “Got a long weekend comin’ up!! Take the latest music from Travis with you!!”

“Ghost Town Nation” dropped earlier this year. The first single from the album is the title song that’s a mixed of Tritt’s signature sound of southern-rock meets his bluesy voice.

Tritt writes the caption for the Youtube video. “At a time when so much of the country was on pandemic lockdown, the idea of escaping to a secluded spot in the woods was very appealing for a lot of folks,” he says. “It reminds me of a ‘country folks can survive’ theme. I know many folks that still do this regularly. Feels good to release new music.”

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