Travis Tritt Duets with Daughter on New Single

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• April 24, 2013
Tyler Reese in the studio with dad, Travis Tritt

Tyler Reese in the studio with dad, Travis Tritt

Travis Tritt will release a remake of “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” the Patty Smyth and Don Henley duet, with his 15-year-old daughter Tyler Reese this Father’s Day (June 16).

Tritt took control of the master recording from his former label after the song failed to make it onto Tritt’s 2007 album, The Storm. The duet will be the lead single from an upcoming re-release of the album. It will mark Tritt’s first single in six years.

Tritt explains his daughter had never heard the song before stumbling upon it driving from Florida last year on an iPod. “She started singing along in the backseat,” explains Tritt. “When it ended she made me play it again five or six more times. When we got home, I told my wife that I thought Tyler Reese could really do a great job on this song. We agreed and I took her in the studio to sing her parts. She really nailed it.”

A video for the title is forthcoming, expected be released to cable and online outlets. Meanwhile, Tritt will continue touring with a full band throughout the year, joined by Reese on select dates.

Travis Tritt 2013 Tour Dates
April 26– Edgewater Casino Laughlin, Nev.
May 10– L’Auberge Casino Baton Rouge, La.
May 11– Mill Town Music Hall Bremen, Ga.
May 17– Crossroads Arena Corinth, Miss.
May 25– Lady Luck Casino Caruthersville, Mo.
June 6– Bobby Orr Community Center Parry Sound, ON
June 7– Metropolis Montreal
June 8– Maritime Country Fest Fredericton, NB
June 12– Mile One Centre St.John’s, NL
June 22– Ft.Monroe Beach Stage Ft.Monroe, VA June 26 Count Basie Theatre Red Bank, N.J.
June 27– Turning Stone Resort & Casino Verona, N.Y.
June 28– Palace Theatre Greensburg, Pa.
June 29– JD Legends Entertainment Complex Franklin, Ohio
July 12– Seven Clans Casino Thief River Falls, Minn.
July 19– Chautauqua Institute Chautauqua, N.Y.
July 20– Beckley YMCA Sports Complex Beckley, W.Va.
Aug. 1– Campbell Country Fair Gillette, Wyo.
Aug. 8– Tillamook County Fair Tillamook, Ore.
Aug. 9– Umatilla County Fair Hermiston, Ore.
Aug. 16– Havelock Country Jamboree Havelock, ON
Aug. 30– Fort Randall Casino Pickstown, S.D.
Sept. 28– Hot Springs Balloon Festival Hot Springs, Ark.
Oct. 19– Mark G Etess Arena Atlantic City, N.J.
Oct. 26– Pensacola Interstate Fair Pensacola, Fla.
Nov. 2– New Barn Theater Mount Vernon, Ky.
Nov. 9– Founder’s Day Festival Ocoee, Fla.

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