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The Road Is Paved With ‘Best Of Intentions’

Posted in News on January 30, 2001

Travis Tritt collected four #1 cups at a recent celebration at BMI Nashville -- as writer, publisher, artist and producer of the hit "Best Of Intentions," the 12th #1 of his career. The song, the first single from his Columbia Records release Down The Road I Go, is published by his Post Oak Publishing and is co-produced by Billy Joe Walker, Jr. The album, Tritt's first in two years, features seven songs written or co-written by him.

Tritt has earned numerous BMI Country Award and Million-Air honors for his compositions "Anymore," "Can I Trust You With My Heart," "Here's A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)," "Drift Off To Dream," "Foolish Pride," "Help Me Hold On," "Looking Out For Number One," "More Than You'll Ever Know," "Nothing Short Of Dying" and "Tell Me I Was Dreaming."

Listen for his latest single, "It's A Great Day To Be Alive," at SonyNashville.com.


Columbia's Ted Wagner, Travis Tritt, Billy Joe Walker, Jr. and BMI's David Preston



BMI's Paul Corbin, Island Bound Music's Julie Daniel and BMI's Joyce Rice



BMI's Paul Corbin, Columbia's Jack Lameier and BMI's Roger Sovine



Hamstein Music Group's Jan Perry Rogers and Cole Wright flank Travis Tritt and Billy Joe Walker, Jr.



Travis & Theresa Tritt



Travis Tritt



Billy Joe Walker, Jr., Travis & Theresa Tritt, Ginny Johnson Walker

photos by Alan Mayor

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