By nearly every metric, Tracy Lawrence is a mega-watt success story. Thirteen million albums sold. A collection of No. 1 singles. Twenty-two songs on the Billboard Top 10 charts. A slew of CMA and ACM awards. Even a Grammy nomination. Yes, the small- town Arkansas-bred teenager who arrived in Nashville nearly three decades ago with a guitar and $700 in his pocket has done himself proud. Don’t remind him, though. Because despite it all, the “Sticks and Stones” icon has always felt it important to maintain a steadfast workmanlike approach to and sheer reverence for his craft. “I still see myself as that kid that came to town and idolized Merle Haggard and George Strait,” Lawrence, who is currently in the studio working on a new album due out later this year, says with a sense of wonder in his voice. “If you’re a lawyer you put your suit on every day and you go to work. I go to work. I put my uniform on and I go do my job. I’ve been blessed.”
"Two decades into a career is not when you usually hear about an artist recording "The Album Of A Career," but that indeed is what Lawrence fans can look forward to on his new disc Headlights, Taillights and Radios".
There is not really any filler on this album. The album just gets better as it goes along. The simply titled "Lie" might very well be one of the best-written cuts of his career, with only "Time Marches On" surpassing it."
- New Music Nashville
"Tracy Lawrence's Headlights, Taillights and Radios brings to mind the material that made him a star in the 1990s."