Travis Tritt wrangled up many fans while playing a venue he’s often visited in Forth Worth, TX during a stop along his tour.
Tritt is wishing many blessings to his fans who “continue to support live music,” following his show at Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth.
Travis Tritt is Back on Tour
The long-time country musician posted six photos to his Instagram account early Friday morning after his performance Thursday night.
He captioned the post: “So good to be back at @billybobstexas tonight for a show! This place always makes me feel at home and tonight was no exception. Thanks to all the fans who continue to support live music. God bless you all!”
Fans Respond to Tritt’s Twitter Posts
Many fans are responding with enthusiasm on Twitter.
While others are asking Tritt to perform at specific locations during his tour.
However, some are expressing their beliefs in the danger of holding live performances during this time of COVID-19.
Wishing Blessings to His Fans and America
Regardless of the pandemic, it’s obvious to see how delighted Tritt is to be performing live. His Friday morning post says, “Thanks to all the fans who continue to support live music. God bless you all!”
Following his Wednesday performance in Ardmore, OK, Travis posted a tweet, with the caption reading, “It is so good to be playing live shows again.” He ends it with “God Bless America!”
Travis Tritt and Touring
Travis Tritt is currently touring through August 2021, performing at venues across the country, even making some stops in Canada.
His tour follows the release of his first single in twelve years, “Ghost Town Nation.” Tritt’s next appearance is in Houston at the Arena Theater Friday night.
Tritt is best-known for his many popular singles throughout his long career, including “It’s a Great Day to be Alive,” “Here’s a Quarter, Call Someone Who Cares,” and “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde.”
Performing First Single Released in 12 Years
He is performing all of those and more, along with his newest single “Ghost Town Nation,” which was released earlier this year.
With “God Bless You All!” and “God Bless America!” Tritt’s continuing to wish many blessings for fans and the rest of the country as he makes his way along his first tour in several years.