By nearly every metric, Tracy Lawrence is a mega-watt success story. Thirteen million albums sold. A collection of No. 1 singles. Twenty-two songs on the Billboard Top 10charts. A slew of CMA and ACM awards. Even a Grammy nomination. Yes, the small town Arkansas-bred teenager who arrived in Nashville nearly three decades ago with a guitar and $700 in his pocket has done himself proud.
Tracy’s studio albums have accounted for more than forty singles on the Billboard country music charts. Of these, eight have reached number one: “Sticks and Stones” (1991-1992), “Alibis”, “Can’t Break It to My Heart”, “My Second Home” (all 1993), “If the Good Die Young” (1994), “Texas Tornado” (1995), “Time Marches On” (1996) and “Find Out Who Your Friends Are”, with Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney (2007).
You don’t want to miss Tracy live in concert as he performs some of his biggest hits at Inn of the Mountain Gods on Saturday, December 8.