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Travis Tritt Takes Us To Church With Release of New Gospel Album

1989 seems like a lifetime ago, but it passes by quick when you become a Travis Tritt fan from the beginning, continuing through the years, relishing in every song, album and concert. The multi-award-winning artist has now stepped a little off to the side in bringing us the long-awaited album release, Country Chapel.

Travis partnered with Gaither Music Group to release this debut Gospel album beckoning listeners on a nostalgic voyage into the depths of his childhood roots. The heartfelt album captures audiences with its genuine renditions and powerful testimonies of redemption, paying tribute to his formative years within the warm embrace of the Country Chapel.

Produced by Dave Cobb at Georgia May Studio in Savannah, Georgia, Country Chapel seamlessly blends traditional church harmonies with Travis's signature award-winning vocal style, offering a unique and inspiring listening experience. This long-awaited Gospel project promises to be a defining milestone in his illustrious career, touching hearts and souls through the universal language of music.

Country Chapel Track Listing:

  1. “When God Dips His Love In My Heart” (Cleavant Derricks)

  2. “Like The Father Loves His Son” (Travis Tritt)

  3. “Mama Used To Pray For Me” (Travis Tritt and Aaron Raitiere)

  4. “In the Valley (He Restoreth My Soul)” (Dottie Rambo)

  5. “Uncloudy Day” (J.K. Alwood)

  6. “Wayfaring Stranger” (Public Domain)

  7. “Nobody’s Fault But Mine” (Blind Willie Johnson)

  8. “The Baptism Of Jesse Taylor” (Dallas Frazier and Sanger D. Shafer)

  9. “Why Me” (Kris Kristofferson)

  10. “Little Country Chapel” (Travis Tritt and Aaron Raitiere)

If my father were still alive, this would be some "Sunday going to church music" and that is high praise from a man who knew and loved music. After listening to the entire release, I am in total agreement. It's spiritual, yet lively in an honorable way. Every Travis Tritt fan should have this album to add to their collection. So head on over to: or


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