Tracy Byrd

From04 February 2019to 27 April 2019

Tracy Byrd

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Tracy Byrd (born December 17, 1966) is an American country music singer-songwriter and guitarist, best known for his singles “Holdin’ Heaven” and “Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo”, hailing from Vidor, Texas, U.S.

Born and raised in Vidor, Texas, Tracy Byrd grew up on a solid diet of traditional country music, however never pursued his interest until singing “Your Cheatin’ Heart” at a shopping mall karaoke stall. The stall representative was so taken back by the performance she invited him to an amateur talent show. Despite failing to win the competition, Byrd discovered his love for country music and passion for performing and subsequently dropped out of university to join the group Rimfire. After making inroads locally in Beaumont, Byrd signed with MCA Records in 1992, who issued the singer’s debut single “That’s the Thing About a Memory” the same year. The following year, Byrd released the single “Holdin’ Heaven”, which rose to No. 1 on the Country Music Charts, paving the way for the songwriter’s debut, self-titled full-length.

It would prove to be Tracy Byrd’s sophomore album however, “No Ordinary Man”, that represented his breakthrough, selling over two million copies in the U.S. Produced by Jerry Crutchfield, the record spawned the singles “Watermelon Crawl”, “Lifestyle of the Not So Rich and Famous”, “The First Step”, and “The Keeper of the Stars”, the latter of which won Song of the Year at the Country Music Association Awards. Byrd’s third full-length, “Love Lessons”, arrived in 1995 however failed to match the success of its predecessor, and was followed by the popular album “Big Love” in October 1996. In 1997, marking his last album with MCA, Byrd released “I’m from the Country”, spawning the singles “I’m from the Country” and “I Wanna Feel That Way Again”, after which the singer issued the compilation “Keepers: Greatest Hits”.

After signing with RCA Records in 1999, work began on his sixth studio album, “It’s About Time”, which earned its release the same year. Marked by a more accessible pop sound, the record was led by the single “Put Your Hand in Mine”, and succeeded by the full-length “Ten Rounds” in 2001. The record’s lead single, “Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo”, subsequently found the top spot of the Country Music Chart, his second single to do so. The studio album “The Truth About Men” appeared in July 2003, followed by “Different Things” in September 2006.

Monday 04 February 2019
Tracy Byrd
The Saddle Rack, Fremont, CA, US

Tuesday 05 February 2019
Tracy Byrd
Harris Center, Folsom, CA, US

Wednesday 06 February 2019
Tracy Byrd
Gallo Center For The Arts, Modesto, CA, US

Sunday 17 February 2019
Tracy Byrd
DiamondJacks Casino & Resort, Bossier City, LA, US

Friday 22 February 2019
Tracy Byrd
Waco Hippodrome Theatre, Waco, TX, US

Saturday 23 February 2019
Tracy Byrd
Arlington Music Hall, Arlington, TX, US

Saturday 23 March 2019
Tracy Byrd
Twisted J Live, Stephenville, TX, US

Friday 29 March 2019
Tracy Byrd
with The Musical Box
Arcada Theatre, St Charles, IL, US

Saturday 30 March 2019
Tracy Byrd
The Ranch Concert Hall & Saloon, Fort Myers, FL, US

Friday 05 April 2019
Tracy Byrd
Coyote Joe’s, Charlotte, NC, US

Saturday 27 April 2019
Tracy Byrd
Arcada Theatre, St Charles, IL, US

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