|Other Tour Dates (8)|
|Mar 20||Tracy Lawrence||Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino Deadwood, South Dakota||Find Tickets|
|Mar 21||Tracy Lawrence||Grizzly Rose Saloon and Dance Emporium Denver, Colorado||Find Tickets|
|Mar 28||John Anderson & Tracy Lawrence||The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Las Vegas, Nevada||Find Tickets|
|Mar 29||John Anderson and Tracy Lawrence||Valley Performing Arts Center Northridge, California||Find Tickets|
|Mar 30||John Anderson and Tracy Lawrence||Lancaster Performing Arts Center Lancaster, California|
|Apr 1||John Anderson||McCallum Theatre Palm Desert, California||Find Tickets|
|Apr 4||Tracy Lawrence||Peppermill Concert Hall West Wendover, Nevada||Find Tickets|
|May 3||Tracy Lawrence||The Carlsen Center Overland Park, Kansas||Find Tickets|
Tracy Lawrence is one of the premier voices of his generation, a sensitive and intelligent singer who continues to stretch both as an artist and as a person. Lawrence's dedication to honesty and respect for tradition have enabled him to build one of the most respected careers in recent country history.
Along the way, Tracy has posted more No. 1 Billboard country singles than greats like Glen Campbell, Keith Whitley, Ernest Tubb, Wynonna or Barbara Mandrell, to name just a few; more Top 5's than Shania Twain, Faith Hill or The Judds; and more Top 10's than Ricky Skaggs, Charlie Rich, John Michael Montgomery or Dwight Yoakam.
Tracy hit the national spotlight in 1991. He was just 23, the product of a rough-and-tumble childhood in Foreman, Arkansas. A self-described "hellion" as a youngster, Lawrence found release in performing. He was playing at music jamborees at 15 and in honky-tonks at 17, learning, he says, "what it takes to keep them on the dance floor through four or five sets."
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