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Travis Tritt
In 1982, Tritt began his pursuit by recording a demo for a promotion man, who happened to be an executive at Warner Brothers. For the next several years, Travis recorded demos while he played the honky tonk circuit. The singer was developing a distinctive sound, adding elements of country-rock and Southern rock to his honky tonk.

Part way through in 1989, Warner Brothers' Nashville division signed Tritt and his debut album, Country Club, appeared in the stores in the spring of 1990. Their investment paid dividends immediately as Tritt's first single, Country Club (Windows Media Player), which still ranks among his top-selling singles, went Top 10 on the charts in 1989. The album Country Club came out in 1990, and songs like Put Some Drive In Your Country earned Tritt a reputation as a country singer with one foot in rock.

Despite his success, the Nashville music industry was hesitant to embrace Tritt. His music and stage show owed too much to rock & roll, and his image didn't conform with the behatted legions of new male singers. Nevertheless, Travis had a breakthrough success with his second album, 1991's It's All About To Change. Prior to its release, he had hired manager Ken Kragen, who also worked with Lionel Richie, Trisha Yearwood, Kenny Rogers, and We Are the World. Kragen helped market Tritt in a way that appealed to both country fans and a mass audience, sending It's All About To Change into multi-platinum territory.
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