Tracy Lawrence

Tracy Lawrence

Booking Tracy Lawrence

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Biography

Tracy Lawrence hit the national spotlight in 1991. He was just 23, the product of a rough-and-tumble childhood in Foreman, Arkansas. He moved to Nashville in 1990 in a 10-year-old Toyota Corolla that had, he says, ‘about 250,000 miles on it, expired tags, no insurance, only three cylinders and a fan with a piece of wire around it to cool the car.’ He was a huge fan of Keith Whitley, Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard, and he idolized George Strait, complementing those influences with an appreciation for Southern rock, which he knew held a special place in the hearts of his honky-tonk audiences. A live appearance on a Kentucky radio station and a showcase at Nashville’s famed Bluebird Caf_ led to his 1991 signing to Atlantic Records.

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Lawrence’s debut album, Sticks And Stones (1991) boasted four Top 10 country hits and launched him into the forefront of the decade’s young talent. Journalists praised his style and fans pushed sales of the album to platinum certification. He proved he had the goods on the road as well, being named SRO’s Best New Touring Artist in 1993.

As if that weren’t enough, his second album, the double-platinum Alibis (1993), spawned four straight #1 smashes – the title cut, ‘Can’t Break It To My Heart,’ ‘My Second Home’ and ‘If The Good Die Young’ – and earned raves everywhere from GQ to Newsweek. ‘That got us past the sophomore jinx,’ Lawrence says with a grin. During the mid-’90s, he was among the most-played artists in all genres. Yet another quartet of major hits rose from the platinum I See It Now (1994), including ‘If The World Had A Front Porch’ and ‘Texas Tornado.’ Then, Lawrence hit a creative and sales peak with ‘Time Marches On,’ a Bobby Braddock-penned blockbuster that led the 1996 album of the same name to double-platinum status and earned Lawrence nominations at all the major awards ceremonies.

Lawrence’s next album, 1997’s The Coast Is Clear, produced the trademark hit ‘Better Man, Better Off.’ It preceded Lessons Learned (2000), which found the singer re-energized by his country roots. It’s no surprise that over the years Lawrence has received widespread recognition: He was named Billboard’s Top New Male Vocalist in 1992, garnering the Academy Of Country Music’s Top New Male Vocalist trophy a year later; he earned the Country Weekly Golden Pick Awards’ Video Artist Of The Year prize in 1995 and its Editor’s Choice Platinum Pick crown in 1996, among other honors.

Lawrence has produced his own and others’ work and co-wrote a number of the songs he’s recorded, including ‘If The World Had A Front Porch’ and ‘Can’t Break It To My Heart.’ Moreover, he has had considerable impact beyond the record industry. Lawrence contributed the song ‘Renegades, Rebels And Rogues’ to the Maverick soundtrack and has starred in two CMT specials, one of which included footage from a USO tour that saw him entertain troops in Kosovo.

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