Travis Tritt's Net Worth

Travis Tritt's Net Worth

Published on November 22, 2022 14:33 PM by Michael Davis

Real Name:                      James Travis Tritt

Gender:                              Male

Profession:                      Singer, songwriter, and actor

Nationality:                       American

Birth Place:                      Marietta, Georgia, United States

Birth Date:                        February 09, 1963

Age:                                 59 years

Height:                            1.78 m (5 feet and 10 inches)

Weight:                           85 kg

Marital Status:                 Married

Spouse:                           Theresa Nelson (1997), Jodi Barnett (1984 - 1989), Karen Ryon (m. 1982 - 1984)

Children:                          Yes (Tyler Reese Tritt, Tarian Nathaniel Tritt, Tristan James)

Net Worth:                        $35 million

Travis Tritt Net Worth - The guitarist James Travis Tritt was born in Marietta, Georgia as a child. He recorded "Country Club" in February 1990, his debut studio album, for Warner Bros. Records' Nashville division. It has been more than 15 years since Tritt recorded his first studio album for Warner Bros., Columbia Records, and Category 5 Records. The most notable songs from Tritt's career, Is It Safe to Trust You with My Heart, are included along with Best of Intentions, Foolish Pride, and Help Me Hold On.

The early life of Travis Tritt

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It was not until his church's Sunday school choir sang "Everything Is Beautiful" that James Tritt was interested in singing. He was born on February 09, 1963, in Marietta, Georgia, to James and Gwen Tritt. When he was eight, he got a guitar and taught himself how to play it. He played Annie's Song and King of the Road for his fourth-grade class and got invited to play for other classes. Tritt got his first guitar when he was 14 and taught himself more songs from his uncle, Sam Lockhart. He later joined his church band, which played at other churches occasionally.

The first song Tritt composed was about his breakup with a girlfriend while he was in Sprayberry High School. One of his friends complimented him on his songwriting skills after he performed the song for them. In a local tournament, he won second place for his song "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys." He also founded a bluegrass band with his friends.

As a teenager, Tritt worked at a furniture store and then as a grocery clerk. When his parents divorced, he moved in with his mother; they remarried at 18. While playing in clubs, he worked for an air conditioning company, but he gave up that job after one of his bandmates suggested it. Tritt's dad says he would not succeed as a musician, while his mom believes he should sing Christian music instead.

After Tritt started recording demos for Warner Bros. Records, Danny Davenport helped him out. They worked together for a few years and eventually made a demo album called Proud of the Country. Warner Bros. signed Tritt in 1987 after Davenport sent the demo to the Los Angeles representative, who sent it to the Nashville division. Davenport also found Tritt a talent manager, Ken Kragen. When Kragen's wife convinced him to manage Tritt, he decided he was not interested in an "entry-level act".

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Music albums of Travis Tritt

  • Country Club (1989 - 1991)
  • It's all about to change (1991 - 1992)
  • TROUBLE and A Travis Tritt Christmas (1992 - 1993)
  • Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof and greatest hits (1994 - 1995)
  • The Restless kind (1996 - 1997)
  • No more looking over my shoulder (1998 - 1999)
  • Down the road, I go (2000 - 2002)
  • Strong enough and My Honky Tonk history (2002 - 2005)
  • The Storm and the calm after (2007)


Travis Tritt's acting career

Tritt's first acting job was in Rio Diablo, a made-for-television movie, in 1993. In 1994, he was a bull rider in Cowboy Way, starring Woody Harrelson and Kiefer Sutherland. A doctor's horror episode of Tales from the Crypt, he starred in season 6 of the horror anthology series Doctor of Horror. He also played a gunslinger on Yes, Dear, and rehabilitated criminals on Dr. Quinn's Medicine Woman.

Taking part in the film Sgt. Bilko Tritt played himself with Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd, and Phil Hartman; his cover of "Only You (And You Alone)" appeared on the soundtrack. In 1997, he appeared in the movie Fire Down Below with Steven Seagal and Kris Kristofferson. Tritt played the Louisiana Gator Boys in the film Blues Brothers 2000 alongside Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson. In Outlaw Justice, Tritt appeared with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, and Willie Nelson. The filming of Fishers of Men, a Christian film, began in September 2010, after the guest starred in Elmo's World the Wild West in 2001.

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As a high school sweetheart, Tritt married Karen Ryon in September 1982. After two years of marriage, Tritt divorced Karen and was ordered to pay her six months of alimony. As a young man, he married Jodi Barnett, who was 33 years old. The divorce was finalized one month before the release of "Country Club." Tritt wrote the song "Here's a Quarter" the night he received his divorce papers. 

He divorced her shortly after signing with Warner Bros. Tyler Reese was born to him on February 18, 1998. Tristan James was born on June 16, 1999, and Tarian Nathaniel was born on November 20, 2003. In a motor vehicle accident on Veteran's Highway leaving Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on May 18, 2019, he was in his tour bus with two people driving the wrong way.

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Travis Tritt: Awards and Nominations

  • 1990 - Top New Male Artist (Billboard)1991 - Horizon Award (Country Music Association)
  • 1991 - Vocal Event of the Year "This One's Gonna Hurt You" (Country Music Association)
  • 1992 - Best Country Collaboration with vocals "The Whiskey Ain't working (Grammy Awards)
  • 1993 - Vocal Event of the year "I don't need your Rockin chair with George Jones et al. (Country Music Association)
  • 1996 - Vocal Event of the year "Honky Tonkin's what I do best" with Marty Stuart (Country Music Association)
  • 1999 - Best Country Collaboration with vocals "Same Old Train" with Marty Stuart et al. (Grammy Awards)

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Tritt's career as a musician has been complemented by other achievements, starring in films such as Forever My Girl, King of the Hill, and Sgt. Bilko, and Brother's Keeper. The Grand Ole Opry in 1992 welcomed Tritt as a member, winning two Grammys, four Country Music Association Awards, and a Billboard Music Award. A $35 million fortune is estimated for the award-winning singer.

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FAQ'S

Q: What is the cost of booking Travis Tritt?

A: A speaker's fee ranges from $75,000 to $1,49,999. Their speaking fee will depend on their popularity, career stage, and availability.

Q: Does Travis's daughter sing?

A: There's no doubt that Travis's only daughter sings well. She began her career singing "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" with him in 2013.

Q: Who is the most prolific songwriter of Travis Tritt's songs?

A: Troy Seals, B. Durrett III, Aaron Raitiere, JB Strauss, and Anthony Robbins are among the other contributors. Dillon Carmichael and Ashley Monroe contribute words, while Tritt co-writes eight tracks.

Q: Which was Travis Tritt's first hit?

A: Unlike his debut single, Help Me Hold On shows his talent with ballads. It became his first number-one single.

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