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December 19

Travis Tritt & Daughter Cover a Waylon Jennings & Jessi Colter Duet

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Known for his hits “Help Me Hold On” and “Best of Intentions,” Travis Tritt is one of the well-loved contemporary artists who rose to fame in the late ‘80s. His fame did not just root from his being a singer-songwriter, but he is also an actor. In addition, he has signed to different recording companies including Warner Bros. Records in 1989 and Columbia Records in the 2000s.

With the outstanding albums and singles he has released, he has gained many followers and fans. In fact, seven of his albums are certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Moreover, Tritt has put to the charts more than 40 of his singles including five number one hits. Also, he earned two Grammy Awards for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals in 1992 and again in 1998.

These achievements and recognition attest to his unquestionable talent and amazing voice. His musical style is mostly mainstream country and Southern rock influences. This style makes him an artist of the contemporary country sound that fans have loved.

After two unsuccessful marriages, Tritt has finally found the love of his life. Blessed with three children, they all lived in content since then. However, what is really amazing is that his first-born child, Tyler Reese, has acquired his talent. In some of Tritt’s gigs and shows, Tyler Reese accompanies and also performs with him. Undeniably, she is a copy of her father’s talent.

Tritt and Daughter Tyler Perform Jennings & Colter’s “Storms Never Last”

Due to the popularity of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter’s duet song, “Storms Never Last,” many artists have tried their hand at singing it. As one of Jennings’ mentees, Tritt covered the song himself, this time with his daughter, Tyler Reese. And, it was spectacular to see the father-daughter duet.

On her Facebook page, Tyler Reese gladly shared a clip of their performance. She wrote:

“I have never done an acoustic run with him before, and it was a real treat for me.”

Overall, it was fun to watch Tritt and his daughter perform a classic song together.

Check out their performance here:


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Jessi Colter, Storms Never Last, Travis Tritt, Tyler Reese Tritt, Waylon Jennings


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