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Tritt signs with LA label

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 – Travis Tritt, has signed a record deal with LA-based label, Big Noise Music Group, ahead of the release of his new original full-length album due out later this year.

Produced by Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, The Highwomen, Sturgill Simpson), the album marks Tritt's first original album release in more than 12 years.

Tritt said, "I'm very excited about recording the new album with Dave Cobb. I'm also glad to be partnering with the Big Noise team, and I'm looking forward to promoting this album with them in my corner."

"We get to work with a lot of great artists at Big Noise, but truthfully I never thought we'd have the honor of working with someone of Travis' stature. Travis is a legend, plain and simple. He's an innovator and an outlaw, perfect for our roster at Big Noise," said Jon Cohen, President of Big Noise Music Group.

Tritt's albums, seven of which are certified platinum or higher, has resulted in more than 30 million in career album sales, two GRAMMY awards, four CMA Awards, including the CMA Horizon Award (now known as the New Artist Award); and membership in the Grand Ole Opry.

Big Noise has many urban and pop artists with Tritt the lone country act.


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