Tracy Lawrence

Tracy Lawrence is one of the most recognizable voices in country music with songs such as “Paint Me A Birmingham,” “Time Marches On,” “Alibis” and “Find Out Who Your Friends Are.” Born in Atlanta, Texas, Tracy lived most of his life in Forman, Arkansas, writing his first country song at age four. In 1990, Lawrence made his move to Nashville, working odd jobs while breaking into the music business, participating in talent shows, and eventually hooking up with music publisher Wanda Collier. From there his country music career took off with the Platinum album Sticks and Stones (1991), Alibis (1993), which sold more than 2 million copies, and spawned four No.1 hits, the title track “Alibis,” “Can’t Break it to My Heart,” “My Second Home” and “If the Good Die Young.” Subsequent albums include Grammy nominated The Rock (2009), The Singer (2011), and most recently Headlights, Taillights, and Radios (2013) which includes the single “Footprints on The Moon” and Lie, (March 2014).

Join us for an intimate evening with one of the most influential singer/songwriters in country music today.

Tracy Lawrence