Travis Tritt Shows Off Stunning Solo Snaps From Private Ryman Performance

by Thad Mitchell
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As COVID-19 restrictions begin to slowly ease, numerous country music artists, including Travis Tritt, are returning to what they love most.

Ask any music artist what their favorite activity is and playing in front of a live audience is likely high up on the list. Artists across multiple genres say they are able to feed off the energy of the audience and boost their performances. Travis Tritt is among the many artists who feel this way, saying he feels very blessed to be on the road and in front of fans once more.

Live performances from musical acts were all but shut down last year as the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the country. Safety measures implemented to protect against the spread of the deadly virus meant no large gatherings, such as concerts, could take place. Safety precautions are still very much in place for gatherings, such as proper social distancing and protective face masks for crowds. While normal has yet to fully arrive, it is getting closer with each passing day.

Travis Tritt’s Tour Brings Him to Nashville

That is music to Travis Tritt’s ears as he has recently gotten back on the road and in front of sizeable audiences. The country music star has expressed his excitement several times on social media, including a Thursday Instagram post. His latest tour took him to Nashville, Tennessee, where his acoustic show took center stage.

“I played a private solo acoustic show tonight at The Ryman in Nashville,” he says in the post. “So good to be playing live music again!”

In the Instagram post, Travis Tritt shares a few photos and a video from his most recent live show. Judging by the response to Tritt’s post, fans are just as happy to see him as he is them. Several of the “It’s a Great to be Alive” singer’s social media followers thank him for the appearances. Others say they already have tickets to Tritt’s future shows and are very much looking forward to seeing him.

“We will be seeing you live in Corinth, Mississippi on May 8th!” the Instagram user proudly proclaims. “Can’t wait!”

Tritt has a brand new single out and “Smoke in a Bar” is doing quite well for the country singer. His latest studio album, Set in Stone, is due out this year. It will be the 13th studio album for the Grammy Award winner.

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