Country music singer and songwriter Tracy Lawrence got his start in a restaurant known as Live at Libby’s. The owner had a soft spot for up and coming local talent. Thanks to Libby Knight, Lawrence landed a contract with Atlantic Records in 1991 and has been entertaining folks ever since. Tracy Lawrence tickets are still a hot item in the country music world.
A native of Atlanta, Texas, he spent most of his early years in Foreman, Arkansas. Lawrence joined a band at the age of 16, and then took time out for college at Southern Arkansas University. With dreams of making it in the music business, he set out for Nashville in 1990. Long before tickets for Tracy Lawrence became a reality, he spent time as an ironworker and doing phone work to make ends meet.
In late 1991, Lawrence’s debut album “Sticks and Stones” was released. The title track went to number one on the country Billboard charts in January of 1992. Three other singles, “Today’s Lonely Fool,” “Somebody Paints the Walls” and “Running Behind” also came off this same album, which ended up going platinum. After Billboard named Lawrence the Top New Male Vocalist in 1992 Tracy Lawrence tickets were frequently sold out.
The success continued with the next album, “Alibi” released in 1993, again with the title track reaching number one on the charts. Three other singles from that album made it to the number one spot, “If the Good Die Young,” “My Second Home” and “Can’t Break it to My Heart.” “Alibi” went double platinum, which more than doubled the sale of Tracy Lawrence concert tickets.
After a second Top New Male Vocalist award in 1993, it was obvious that the magic was only beginning. Lawrence was becoming a household name on the country music scene and his beefed up concert schedule could barely keep up with the demand for Tracy Lawrence tickets.
“Time Marches On” came out in 1996. The title track became Lawrence’s longest running number one hit. The album itself went double platinum. Tracy Lawrence concert tickets continued to do well. He continued to release albums through the 1990s and into the next decade.
In 2006, Lawrence created his own record company, called Rocky Comfort Records. Partnering with his brother Laney, the first album under this label, “For the Love,” was released in 2007. The title track went to number one, a first for anyone putting out a first album on a self-owned label. Guest artist Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw also performed in other tracks on the album, creating more interest for Tracy Lawrence concert tickets.
In 2009 “The Rock” was released, an album that focused on Christian music. Tickets for Tracy Lawrence were reaching an even wider fan base. This dynamic singer is still on tour, entertaining folks across the country. Many of his appearances are sold out long before he arrives. We have Tracy Lawrence cheap tickets available. Don’t miss your chance to see this country music legend.