Travis Tritt (born February 9, 1963) was born James Travis and Gwen Tritt in Marietta, Georgia.
At age 3, he received his first guitar from his father. Since then, he's taught himself to play and has grown into a popular musician and vocalist.
By the age of 22, he had been through two divorces and had committed himself entirely to his music career.
His breakthrough came with his first album, Country Club, which produced two top ten hits and his first number one hit with "Help Me Hold On". He second album produced three top three hits including the controverial song "Anymore". In the video for 'Anymore', Tritt plays a wheelchair bound veteran who trys to rescue his wife from drowning. It is considered one of the top country music videos of the 1990's.
His latest album, entitled My Honky Tonky History, showcases a wide range of styles, from love ballads to energetic footstompers.
Travis Tritt has collaborated with many other musicians, including Marty Stuart, Patti LaBelle, Ray Charles, George Jones, Hank Williams, Jr., Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, David Lee Roth, Gary Rossington and many others.
Former members of Country Club:
Tim Passmore- Fiddle, Vocals, Guitar.
Jimmie Joe Rougiere- Harmonica.
John Bonnet- Bass.
George Stallings- Drums.