Tracy Byrd

Posted in News on August 2, 2001

Tracy Byrd Goes 'Ten Rounds' With Industry Friends
RCA recording artist Tracy Byrd gave members of the media and radio community an intoxicating bout of country music during a recent listening lunch sponsored by RCA Records and BMI. Byrd sampled selected songs from his eighth and newest release, Ten Rounds, during the luncheon at the BMG chapel. The album's lead-off single was the Top-20 "A Good Way To Get On My Bad Side," a duet with Mark Chesnutt written by BMI's George Teren and by Rivers Rutherford. The next single is "Just Let Me Be In Love," written by the BMI Award-winning trio of Tony Martin, Mark Nesler and Tom Shapiro.

Pictured (l to r) are writers Billy Currington, Marla Cannon, and Michael Heeney, Tracy Byrd, writer Neil Thrasher, RCA's Renee Bell, BMI's Harry Warner, and writers Tony Martin, Larry Michael White, and Lee Thomas Miller.