Friday, November 11 at 8 p.m.
Tracy Byrd became a household name on the country music scene in 1993 with his self-titled album's third single, “Holdin' Heaven," which hit #1 on the Billboard Country Charts. The album also included the remake hit of Johnny Paycheck's “Someone to Give my Love to,” cementing Byrd as a traditional country troubadour. The debut album went on to be certified gold, selling more than 500,000 copies.
And thus began decades of smashing, memorable music.
After Tracy’s debut album, he would go on to have an illustrious career that saw him release Billboard Chart hit songs like, "Lifestyle's of the Not so Rich and Famous,” "The First Step,” "10 Rounds with Jose Cuervo." In 1995, Tracy’s song, "The Keeper of the Stars," won the Academy of Country Music’s Song of the Year. But his success goes further than hit singles...
Tracy has created four gold record certifications, one double-platinum record certification from the RIAA, and a spot in Billboard Magazine, Top 10 Country Albums of the Year. His critically-acclaimed music has graced the ears of fans around the world across the span of four decades. Though he has seen and done it all throughout his career, Tracy keeps on rocking with no plans of stopping soon.