It’s been over 20 years since Georgia-born singer/songwriter Travis Tritt made a big splash in the country music world with his amped-up country/Southern-rock style and stylin’ mullet haircut. When Warner Bros.’ Nashville division released Tritt’s debut album, Country Club, in 1990, the swingin’ title track raced up to the Top 10. The guitar-driven song “Put Some Drive in Your Country” helped establish him as one of the more daring artists of country’s younger generation. His traditional ballads kept him in the good graces of the cowboy-hatted purists. These days, Tritt still enjoys a loyal audience. Boone Hall Plantation presents Tritt and contemporary country/pop singer Bo Bice for a big country concert on the lawn on Sun. June 5. Tritt’s most recent album, The Storm, is a new collection. Bice made his first splash as an American Idol singing sensation in 2004 before releasing three solo albums. His latest collection is titled 3. Food, beer, and wine will be available. Gates open at 6 p.m. The music starts at 7:30 p.m.
T. Ballard Lesemann
Price: $49.50, $42.50, $29.50