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Tracy Byrd - Friday Night, Oct. 11, 2019, 8:30 pm - Tracy Byrd became a household name on the Country Music Scene in 1993 when his third single, called "Holdin' Heaven", off of his MCA Records, self-titled debut album, 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, a reward signifying sales in excess of 500,000 copies. Byrd is also known for hits such as "Lifestyle's of the Not so Rich and Famous" "The First Step", and smash, chart topping hit "Watermelon Crawl". The song  "The Keeper of the Star's" shot to #1 on the singles charts and pushed his album to Double Platinum Status, which certifies sales of over 2 Million Copies. "The Keeper of the Star's" won Academy of Country Music's "Song of the Year" award in 1995. A Keeper Year for Tracy Byrd for sure.  Byrd hosted TNN Television Special titled "Tracy Byrd's Big Love" on which Byrd invited guest's Johnny Paycheck, Mark Chesnutt, and Asleep at the Wheel. TNN Outdoors recruited Byrd as the TV Host of their Weekend Outdoor Broadcast. Tracy, a well known outdoorsman, was perfect for the job and continued his hosting responsibilities for three years. Tracy Byrd crossed into the new Millineum with the release of his Album "10 Rounds." It took off on the release of a duet with his longtime hometown buddy and hero Mark Chesnutt.  The song was called "A Good Way to get on my Bad Side" and was a milestone for Byrd to finally get to record with his good friend. Then came the release of the party song of the year, "10 Rounds with Jose Cuervo" which shot to the top of the Billboard Charts to notch Byrd's third #1 single. He also hit the top 10 with his spanish guitar flared "Just Let Me be in Love". Next came "The Truth About Men", which first released the title track which was a comedic look at what Men are really like, it was a team effort with Tracy's buddies Blake Shelton, Andy Griggs, and Troy and Eddie of Montgomery Gentry lending their talents to the song and the video. This Album also released the top five smash "The Drinkin' Bone" which became a crowd favorite sing along song. Through the years Byrd became a promoter favorite on the road, performing over 4000 exciting shows across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Australia from 1992 until 2009!  He then took a break to take care of himself and his most precious thing, family. In 2014 he got back to the music with a new band and a new found sobriety and love of the thing he enjoys so much.  Say's Byrd, "These day's my life has great balance, with my music being a part of it, not all of it. I can honestly say I have never enjoyed it more! Byrd went back in the studio in June of 2016 and started work on his first project in 10 years.  Recorded completely in Tyler, Texas at Rosewood Studios, that album is appropriately titled "All American Texan" which is exactly what he is and has always been.