January 28, 2022
Hindsight 2020 Vol. 3: Angelina OUT NOW!
The trilogy is complete! Hindsight 2020 Vol. 3: Angelina is available everywhere today! Listen HERE.
January 28, 2022
The trilogy is complete! Hindsight 2020 Vol. 3: Angelina is available everywhere today! Listen HERE.
January 24, 2022
Tracy and his nationally syndicated radio show, Honky Tonkin’ have once again been recognized by the Academy of Country Music! Tracy has been nominated for National Weekly On-Air Personality at this year’s broadcast, set to air on March 7th on Amazon Prime.
See where and when you can listen to Honky Tonkin’ HERE!
September 20, 2021
The 16th Annual Tracy Lawrence Mission:Possible Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert will happen Tuesday, November 23 in Nashville, TN!
This year’s event will include the annual turkey fry event held in the parking lot of Nashville Rescue Mission and then head over to SkyDeck at Assembly Hall for a benefit concert featuring Tracy and some of his friends including Dustin Lynch, Michael Ray, Lainey Wilson and more.
Tickets for the Mission:Possible Benefit Concert The 16th Annual Turkey Fry & Benefit Concert is presented by LHC and ABEC, as well as sponsors, Thomas Trucking, Blue Rhino, M&W, TW Frierson, Zochem, Sam’s Club, RE West, and Hood Containers. are on-sale Friday, September 24th with all proceeds from this year’s show going to support the work of Nashville Rescue Mission. Get tickets and more information HERE.
The 16th Annual Turkey Fry & Benefit Concert is presented by LHC and ABEC, as well as sponsors, Thomas Trucking, Blue Rhino, M&W, TW Frierson, Zochem, Sam’s Club, RE West, and Hood Containers.
Additional funds raised annually through Mission:Possible are allocated throughout the year to those in need. Just recently, the organization donated $10,000 during Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising fundraising event, which to date has raised nearly $1 million for United Way of Humphrey’s County following the August 21st disaster that killed 20 during severe storms and extreme flash floods and left more than 500 homes affected by floodwaters.
This year, Tracy is celebrating his 30th anniversary in Country music. To commemorate this momentous milestone, Tracy has been releasing his Hindsight 2020 project through three volumes that include all-new music along with his classic hits that fans have fallen in love with for three decades.
Hindsight 2020 Volume 1: Stairway to Heaven Highway to Hell and Volume 2: Price of Fame are available now wherever you find great music!
September 10, 2021
Tracy has been nominated for Broadcast Personality of the Year at this year’s CMA Awards for his nationally syndicated radio show, Honky Tonkin’! See where and when you can listen to Honky Tonkin’ HERE.
August 13, 2021
Hindsight 2020 Vol. 2: Price of Fame is available now! Click HERE to listen.
Price of Fame features 5 new song and 5 of Tracy’s re-recorded hits and is part 2 of a 3-record compilation he’s set to release as a commemoration of his 30th year in the business.
June 23, 2021
Tracy’s latest release, “Price of Fame” featuring Eddie Montgomery is from Hindsight 2020 Vol. 2, Tracy’s 3- album compilation project to commemorate his 30th year in the business.
The video features footage from both Tracy and Eddie’s careers over the years. Watch the video now!
April 23, 2021
Tracy is celebrating his 30th anniversary of making timeless Country music this year. His traditionalist approach has been captivating audiences for the past three decades and to celebrate this momentous career milestone, Tracy is releasing a special project, Hindsight 2020, a three-volume album that will be released throughout the year, celebrating 30 songs for 30 years of Tracy Lawrence. Volume 1: Stairway to Heaven Highway to Hell is available today wherever you find great music!
April 9, 2021
Tracy is putting on a special live stream concert to celebrate his milestone 30th career anniversary and also thank all the fans that have joined him for the ride. Tracy and his band will be performing live from The Warehouse, playing some of his biggest career hits along with new music from his latest album, Volume 1: Stairway to Heaven Highway to Hell. The concert, in partnership with web-based performance platform, StageIt, and co-promoted through leading Country music and news resource, Taste of Country, and digital streaming platform, Spotify.
Get tickets HERE.
February 12, 2021
This year marks Tracy’s 30th anniversary making country music. In celebration of this momentous career milestone, he is releasing a special project, Hindsight 2020, a three-volume album that will be released throughout the year, celebrating 30 songs for 30 years of Tracy Lawrence. The career encompassing project is a combination of brand-new material, collaborations, along with some of Lawrence’s favorite hits.
Volume 1: Stairway to Heaven Highway to Hell will be released on April 23, but fans can listen to the title track everywhere NOW!
“It has truly been the honor of a lifetime to be so welcomed by Country music fans,” says Tracy. “As I look back over the past 30 years, I am incredibly humbled to have been able to live my dream and to have so many folks support me along the way. I wanted to celebrate this amazing milestone with fond reflection and embrace the next chapter with the people who made it all happen, my fans.”
Ahead of the full Volume’s release, Lawrence will be releasing new music every two weeks via his social media platforms with title track from Volume 1, “Stairway to Heaven Highway to Hell,”available now on all music platforms. Listen HERE.
November 24, 2020
Gov. Bill Lee declared Tuesday, November 24, 2020 “Tracy Lawrence Day” in recognition of the 15th Annual Mission:Possible Turkey Fry in downtown Nashville.
Tracy’s nonprofit, Mission:Possible exists to raise support and awareness of the plight of homelessness in Middle Tennessee and beyond. In 15 years, the organization has raised over $600k and fed over 90,000 meals.
Chris Young presented Tracy with his day of recognition plaque during the benefit concert live stream on Tuesday.
The Benefit Concert is available to watch on demand HERE.
The Mission:Possible Benefit Auction will run through Tuesday, December 1st. Fans can bid on great auction items HERE.
November 10, 2020
Tim McGraw, Chris Young, Cole Swindell, John Rich, Mitchell Tenpenny and David Tolliver will all join Tracy for this year’s Mission:Possible Benefit Concert at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon!
November 1, 2020
The 15th Annual Mission:Possible Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert will take place on Tuesday, November 24.
Due to the pandemic, this year’s concert will be a FREE live stream event from Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon! Join Tracy and special guests for the event HERE at 7pm CST on November 24. Donations will be accepted + exclusive merchandise will be available for purchase. All proceeds from the event will aid Tracy’s nonprofit, Mission:Possible in feeding the homeless this holiday season.
In its 14 years of existence, Mission:Possible has raised nearly 1 million dollars, fried over 6,500 turkeys and fed over 94,000 meals.
Get more details and donate to Mission:Possible here.
July 14, 2020
Tracy and Justin Moore teamed up for a “virtual” stop of the Late Nights and Longnecks Tour with SiriusXM’s Y2Kountry! If you’re a Sirius subscriber, listen/watch the guitar pull with Buzz Brainard HERE.
June 12, 2020
In a brand new acoustic video for his single “When The Cowboy’s Gone,” featured on his album Made In America, Tracy Lawrence is stripping it down with an exclusive premiere for One Country readers.
The traditional tune, written by Tracy, Carson Chamberlain and Wyatt McCubbin, has the Texas native basically posing the question, “who’s gonna ride in and save the day?” In a time when the country needs to be led in the right direction, it’s the perfect query to be asked during these time.
READ MORE AND WATCH HERE.
April 24, 2020
Cowboys & Indians Magazine has the exclusive first look at the official video for Tracy’s new single “When The Cowboy’s Gone.”
ON THE SONG’S MEANING AND LESSONS: “I think the cowboy persona is what we’re missing most in society today. The honor and integrity seen in the John Wayne era. Someone to right the wrongs, help you out when your wagon wheel broke. … Just a stand-up person. A person you can count on.”
ON QUARANTINE AND HOW HE’S FARING ONLINE AT HOME IN TENNESSEE: “I miss all of it. The traveling, the stage, the people. Comradery of my band and crew. Just all of it. … I live out in the country where cell towers are lacking, so my internet — or lack of — makes it hard to do anything. I did do an acoustic performance last week, but that has been all I have really been able to do.”
Click HERE to read more and watch the video now!
April 20, 2020
Fan-favorite track “When The Cowboy’s Gone” from Tracy’s latest album Made In America ships to country radio today!
February 19, 2020
Tracy’s weekly radio show, Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence is now playing on more than 100 affiliate stations all across the United States!
“To pass the 115 radio affiliates is an amazing milestone, just to know we are reaching so many fans on a weekly basis is incredible.” says Tracy.
To see where and when you can listen to Honky Tonkin’ click HERE.
February 18, 2020
Tracy’s non-profit, Mission:Possible presented the Nashville Rescue Mission with a check for $115,000 during an appearance on Coffee, Country & Cody on Opry Circle Network this week.
The donation was a result of fundraising efforts from the 14th Annual Turkey Fry and Benefit concert on November 26, 2019.
For more information about Mission:Possible and to donate, visit TurkeyFry.org.
February 4, 2020
Country Rebel has the exclusive premiere of the official video for “Made In America” – watch it now HERE!
September 23, 2019
Tickets on-sale this Friday, September 27 at 10 a.m. CT.
Justin Moore and Tracy Lawrence’s 2020 Late Nights And Longnecks Tour will kick-off on Jan. 16, 2020 in Dodge City, KS. Get tickets HERE on Friday, September 27 at 10am CST!
LATE NIGHTS AND LONGNECKS TOUR DATES:
Thurs., Jan. 16 | United Wireless Arena | Dodge City, KS
Fri., Jan. 17 | Barnett Arena (Rushmore Plaza) | Rapid City, SD
Sat., Jan. 18 | Bismark Event Center | Bismark, ND
Thurs., Feb. 20 | Raising Cane’s River Center Arena | Baton Rouge, LA
Fri., Feb. 21 | Rapides Parish Coliseum | Alexandria, LA
Sat., Feb. 22 | Stride Bank Center | Enid, OK
Fri., Feb. 28 | Bankers Life Fieldhouse | Indianapolis, IN
Sat., Feb. 29 | Wolstein Center | Cleveland, OH
Thurs., Mar. 5 | Amarillo Civic Center Coliseum | Amarillo, TX
Fri., Mar. 6 | Mission Ballroom | Denver, CO
Sat., Mar. 7 | Uptown Theater | Kansas City, MO
Thurs., Mar. 19 | Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre | Atlanta, GA
Fri., Mar. 20 | St. Augustine Amphitheatre | St. Augustine, FL
Thurs., Mar. 26 | Des Moines Civic Center | Des Moines, IA
Fri., Mar. 27 | U.S. Cellular Center | Cedar Rapids, IA
Sat., Mar. 28 | State Farm Center | Champaign, IL
September 9, 2019
Tickets on sale Friday, September 13, at 11 a.m. CT! Join Tracy, Justin Moore, Clay Walker, Rhett Akins & Halfway To Hazard at this year’s concert
Just announced! The 14th Annual Mission:Possible Turkey Fry Benefit Concert returns to the Wildhorse Saloon on November 26. This year, Tracy welcomes Justin Moore, Rhett Akins, Clay Walker, and Halfway to Hazard for a special “in-the-round” set to raise money for Nashville Rescue Mission. Tickets go on-sale this Friday, September 13 at 11 am CT HERE.
To-date, Tracy’s Mission:Possible Turkey Fry & Concert has raised over half a million dollars for the homeless and hungry. All proceeds from this event benefit the Nashville Rescue Mission. Get more info at TurkeyFry.org.
August 16, 2019
Tracy’s new album available everywhere today! Get it here:http://smarturl.it/TLMadeInAmerica
Country music legend, Tracy Lawrence, releases his first original studio album in six years with the prideful, Made In America, available on all streaming and download services today. The country star has been a driving force in the music industry for over 25 years and is a mainstay with traditional and contemporary country fans alike with Made In America certainly keeping pace.
Made In America pays homage to the tried and true examples of what make the hard-working men and women of America stand tall and proud. The album harkens back to the authentic sound of country music with Lawrence’s mixture of rock and blues, and by penning 8 of the 12 tracks himself, this album is one of his most relatable to date.
“This is my most personal album I’ve ever made. It’s something I’m very proud of and celebrates the American worker and everything that’s good about our country,” says Lawrence. He continues, “I co-wrote a number of the songs, pouring my heart and soul in each of them. I feel it will resonate with my fans and country music lovers across this nation.”
Made In America (Tracy Lawrence, Rick Huckaby, Paul Nelson)
Forgive Yourself (Tracy Lawrence, Rick Huckaby)
Running Out of People To Blame (Tracy Lawrence, Carson Chamberlain, Mark Nesler)
When The Cowboy’s Gone (Tracy Lawrence, Carson Chamerlain, Wyatt McCubbin)
Nothin’ Burns Like You (Tracy Lawrence, Carson Chamberlain, Mark Nesler)
First Step To Leaving (Tracy Lawrence, Rick Huckaby, Mark Nesler)
It Ain’t You (Tracy Lawrence, Rick Huckaby, Paul Nelson)
Givin’ Momma Reasons To Pray (Shawn Camp, Chris Stapleton)
Work On My Willie (Tracy Lawrence, Rick Huckaby, Flip Anderson)
Chicken Wire (Rick Huckaby, Monty Criswell)
Just The South Coming Out (Rick Huckaby, Wade Kirby)
Stay Back A Hundred Feet (Rick Huckaby, Money Criswell)
August 2, 2019
A brand new song from Tracy’s upcoming album, Made In America, is available everywhere now. Get “Nothin’ Burns Like You” instantly when you pre-order Made In America, alongside the already-released “When The Cowboy’s Gone” and the title-track of the album. Pre-order + listen: http://smarturl.it/TLMadeInAmerica.
July 12, 2019
A brand new song from Tracy’s upcoming album, Made in America, is available everywhere now. Get “When the Cowboy’s Gone” instantly when you pre-order Made in America, alongside the already-released title-track of the album: http://smarturl.it/TLMadeInAmerica.
May 24, 2019
The title-track of Tracy’s upcoming album, Made in America, is available everywhere today. You can get it instantly when you pre-order the LP, due out August 16th: http://smarturl.it/TLMadeInAmerica
The single, written by Lawrence, Rick Huckaby and Adam Sanders, and produced by Lawrence and Julian King, celebrates all the hardworking men and women who make our nation stand tall and fill us with pride. Lawrence’s stripped away simplicity reminds us of what truly matters and acknowledges the small things people around our nation do every day that exemplify American fortitude.
“I am extremely proud of my new album Made in America. It is possibly the most personal album I have ever released,” states Lawrence. “I co-wrote 8 out of the 12 songs, pouring my heart and soul in each of the songs. I feel it will resonate with my fans and country music lovers across this nation,” elaborates Lawrence.
Watch the lyric video + find the full album track list below:
Made in America Track List:
1. Made in America (Tracy Lawrence, Rick Huckaby, Adam Sanders)
2. Forgive Yourself (Tracy Lawrence, Rick Huckaby)
3. Running Out of People to Blame (Tracy Lawrence, Carson Chamberland, Mark Nesler)
4. When The Cowboy’s Gone (Tracy Lawrence, Wyatt McCubbin, Carson Chamberland)
5. Nothin’ Burns Like You (Tracy Lawrence, Carson Chamberland, Mark Nesler)
6. First Step To Leaving (Tracy Lawrence, Mark Nesler, Rick Huckaby)
7. It Ain’t You (Tracy Lawrence, Paul Nelson, Rick Huckaby)
8. Givin’ Momma Reasons To Pray (S. Camp, Chris Stapleton)
9. Work On My Willie (Tracy Lawrence, Rick Huckaby, Flip Anderson)
10. Chicken Wire (Monty Criswell, Rick Huckaby)
11. Just the South Coming Out (Rick Huckaby, Wade Kirby)
12. Stay Back a Hundred Feet (Monty Criswell, Rick Huckaby)
May 9, 2019
The West Virginia Public Theatre will host the first run of Storming Heaven: The Musical June 6th-16th and tickets are now on-sale HERE!
Tracy and Flip Anderson combined creative forces to write all the music for the show, which is based off Denise Giardina’s 1988 novel.
“Our story is about coal mining in Appalachia at the beginning of the 20th century and the struggles of the coal miners and their families. It centers on Carrie Bishop, the coal mine nurse, and a love triangle between her and her husband the mine preacher, and a Union organizer. During our story, Carrie discovers how to claim her power as a woman in a world and time when women, like minorities and immigrants, were second-class citizens and were told what to do and how to behave. It is set against the backdrop of the 1920’s Coal Wars of West Virginia where the disenfranchised workers – upon whose backs American industry and this country were built – struggle to fight for their basic human rights by unionizing. It culminates in the Battle of Blair Mountain between striking miners and mine owners, when President Warren G. Harding sent the National Guard to kill the Union’s efforts. It was the largest civil insurrection since the Civil War, and that lost battle successfully stopped United Mine Workers from fully forming for another three decades.”
Learn more about Storming Heaven: The Musical HERE.
May 8, 2019
Thinking about seeing Tracy live in 2019? If so, you could also help raise money for Tracy’s Mission:Possible non-profit that aims to bring awareness to the plight of homelessness.
At select shows throughout 2019, $1 from each ticket sold will be donated to Mission:Possible. Find out more about Mission:Possible Turkey Fry at TurkeyFry.org and check out Tracy’s complete line-up of tour dates and get tickets HERE.
February 4, 2019
Tracy is being recognized by The Academy of Country Music for his exemplary work on the weekly show “Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence” with his second nomination for “National On-Air Personality of the Year.”
“I am so honored by this nomination. When I first started hosting ‘Honky Tonkin’’ I really just wanted it to be something that all of my friends would feel comfortable being a part of, like having a conversation backstage or on the tour bus. I wanted to give fans an inside look at the artists who created the music of the 90’s, which to me, is the best era of country music, not just because I was a part of it, but because so many great songs and entertainers came out of that time period,” says Tracy.
Produced by Patrick Thomas of Silverfish Media and distributed by Compass Media, “Honky Tonkin” is a bit different from other syndicated shows that focus on current trends in country music. The audience listens in to fun, thoughtful, and intimate conversations between Tracy and his friends and contemporaries from the late 80s, 90s, and the early 2000s, as they discuss what many consider the most celebrated time for country music. Lawrence also recently began a Podcast version of the show called “Honky Tonkin’ With Tracy Lawrence – The Interviews” which can be heard HERE.
“We just started our fifth year of Honky Tonkin’ and I am so proud of how great this show sounds each week. Sure, the music is awesome, but Tracy is an amazing host. He loves country music and he just wants to create an entertaining show and have a lot of fun,” says Patrick Thomas, Producer/President, Silverfish Media.
January 8, 2019
If you’re a fan of Tracy’s weekly radio show, Honky Tonkin’, great news: Tracy’s interviews with country music stars from the 80s, 90s and 00s are now available via most podcast apps. Click HERE to listen to episode 1 featuring Tracy’s interview with Kenny Rogers and stay tuned for more!
Prefer to listen via AM/FM radio? Click HERE to see where & when you can tune-in!
December 18, 2018
For 13 consecutive years, Tracy has given back with his MISSION:POSSIBLE Turkey Fry & Concert, and 2018 was no exception. Lawrence was joined by Nashville music, sports and entertainment celebrities and a host of volunteers, who gathered in the parking lot of Nashville Rescue Mission on Tuesday November 20th to fry over 500 turkeys for the homeless of Middle Tennessee.
The day of cooking, preparing and delivering meals was followed by the Turkey Fry Concert that evening at The Wildhorse Saloon. The show, hosted by WSM-AM Radio/Grand Ole Opry® host Bill Cody, featured guests including EMI recording artist Eric Paslay, BMG/Chrysalis singer/songwriter Doug McCormick, Outlaw Country duo Halfway To Hazard, newcomer Bristyn Camp, and a very special surprise performance by Phil Vassar. Lawrence finished the evening with a stellar headline performance of some of his iconic hits and his new Christmas song, “Frozen In Time,” which is the title track of his new holiday album, for which a portion of the sales proceeds benefit MISSION:POSSIBLE.
“I’m so thankful to everyone who donated, volunteered or just helped spread the word about MISSION:POSSIBLE,” said Lawrence. Helping the homeless and hungry during the holiday season is very important, but my goal with MISSON:POSSIBLE is to assist with these needs year round.”
“This year’s Turkey Fry was another great success,” said Glenn Cranfield, president and CEO of Nashville Rescue Mission. “It’s a real blessing to be able to serve those in need a traditional Thanksgiving meal and this event goes a long way in making that possible. We are so grateful for the support we receive from Tracy, the sponsors, the volunteers, and everyone involved.”
As in the past, this event could not have been a success without the help and generosity of some wonderful sponsors including ABEC, Blue Rhino, Cargill, Civic Engineering, DCR, King Cooler Outdoor Cooking Products by Metal Fusion, LHC Group, LouAna Oils, W&W Logistics, Nelson Mazda, Renasant Bank, Richards & Southern, Southern Lawn & Equipment, Van Meter Insurance, Walmart, Wildhorse Saloon and WME.
The MISSON: POSSIBLE blueprint is spreading to other cities. The Dallas Life Mission celebrated their third turkey fry with tremendous growth this year. See new coverage of their event HERE. Having more than 100 volunteers and many sponsors to assist, over the last three years Dallas Life fried over 350 turkeys to serve over 2,000 meals for Thanksgiving and gave turkeys to police officers, firefighters and their families. As the largest homeless recovery center in North Texas, Dallas Life was proud to care for so many by taking part in their third annual MISSION:POSSIBLE Turkey Fry. “We are so grateful to the sponsors and volunteers who showed they care for the needy by taking part today! This is how we can give a hand up and not a hand out.” -Bob Sweeney, Executive Director, Dallas Life. To make a donation to Dallas Life click HERE.
Louisville Rescue Mission held their second event and reported frying over 112 turkeys, since beginning their event two years ago, providing hundreds of meals for the underserved in their community. Lawrence, who was in the market for a concert stop joined Executive Director Corey Bledsoe on Louisville’s WHAS-TV to talk about the event. See coverage HERE.
“Our second annual Mission: Possible Turkey Fry was a huge success. We fried almost twice as many turkeys this year and expect to continue along that trajectory. It’s already becoming a true community event. From the donors to volunteers to our ministry partners who helped distribute turkeys, we served hundreds of families in the Louisville area. Mission: Possible is helping us not only provide for the tangible needs of the homeless, but raise awareness about the spiritual, psychological, and relational needs that exist longer after the holidays. Louisville is really catching on. We’re looking forward to next year!” said Cory Bledsoe, Executive Director of Re:Center Ministries. Donations for Re:Center can be made HERE.
The MISSION:POSSIBLE Turkey Fry and Concert, has raised over $536,350.00 for Nashville’s homeless and hungry, with this year’s 13th annual event bringing in over $153,350.00 alone. MISSION:POSSIBLE is poised to make an even larger impact in the future, as the 501 ( C ) (3) organization expands into more markets across the country with Louisville and Dallas raising in over $25,105.00 during their 2018 events, bringing the national total to $561,455.00.
December 14, 2018
Tracy and his good buddy Storme Warren are talking all things Frozen In Time and Christmastime in an exclusive Christmas special on Sirius XM Channel 56! Tune-in at one of the times listed below (all times EST).
Friday, 12/14 – 3pm, 6pm, 9pm
Saturday, 12/15 – 12am, 4pm
Sunday, 12/16 – 11am, 11pm
Monday, 12/17 – 8am
Tuesday, 12/18 – 2pm
Monday, 12/24 – 9pm
Tuesday, 12/25 – 12pm
November 9, 2018
Nashville! Tickets for the Mission:Possible Turkey Fry Benefit Concert are on sale NOW: http://bit.ly/TurkeyFryConcert. Join us Tuesday, Nov. 20 at the Wildhorse Saloon. All proceeds will benefit the Nashville Rescue Mission.
The concert will close out the 13th Annual Turkey Fry happening earlier in the day at Nashville Rescue Mission where we’ll be frying up turkeys for Thanksgiving meals. Stay tuned for more details.
October 12, 2018
It may still be toasty warm in parts of the U.S., but Christmas is just around the corner.
Tracy’s Christmas album, Frozen In Time is available everywhere today! Click HERE to listen now. Frozen In Time is available on CD & vinyl. Exclusive merchandise and holiday bundles will be available soon, stay tuned for more!
July 28, 2018
Taking #TBT to a whole new level with TBT T-shirts! This ‘Sticks and Stones’ t-shirt was the very first shirt Tracy had designed back in 1991 and its been re-created so we can all relive the “Good Ole Days!”
Limited quantities are available and the pre-order will only be available for a short amount of time. Reserve yours HERE.
July 25, 2018
Please note that by submitting your photos & videos, you grant permission for them to be used in the official “Frozen in Time” music video to be released at a later date.
Entries for the “Frozen in Time” official music video are now closed.
May 18, 2018
Tracy recently co-wrote songs for Storming Heaven: The Musical, a play based on Denise Giardina’s 1988 book about a West Virginia coal mine town.
The play is an official selection of the invited reading series at the upcoming New York Music Festival! If you’re in the NYC area be sure to check out the show and please consider helping Tracy and his fellow co-writers fund the project if you are able. You can make a tax deductible donation here.
Stay tuned for more information regarding the musical as its released!
April 9, 2018
If you’re coming out to see Tracy live soon, don’t forget to check out his meet and greet upgrades, including a new option that includes a copy of Tracy’s Good Ole Days coffee table book!
February 26, 2018
When Tracy was planning his latest album Good Ole Days, which pairs some of his most iconic hits with some of today’s biggest new stars, he knew that he also had to capture his vision in a collection of memories in the form of a book. He culled through a mountain of memorabilia to compile an amazing and beautifully bound book of the same name which documents his career over the past twenty years.
Tracy felt it was only fitting to donate the very first copy to The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. He recently visited with Carolyn Tate, Senior VP of Museum Services at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and donated the first bound volume to the museum’s ever-growing collection of over 2.5 million artifacts.
January 26, 2018
Tracy’s latest album, Good Ole Days features re-recorded versions of his biggest hits with some of country music’s stars including Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw and Luke Combs!
Enter for your chance to win a SIGNED copy of it HERE!
Get your digital copy of Good Ole Days or listen on Spotify HERE.
December 15, 2017
Tracy’s 12th Annual Mission Possible Turkey Fry & concert raised $148,233 for the Nashville Rescue Mission in 2017!
Tracy & team are so thankful to the sponsors and citizens of Nashville for their continued support of this event. Plans for the 2018 Turkey Fry are already underway! Since its inception, the annual event has raised $383,000 for Nashville’s homeless and hungry.
November 10, 2017
Tracy’s new album “Good Ole Days” is available everywhere now! Click HERE to get your copy. The album features 11 duets pairing a selection of Tracy’s most iconic hits with some of Country and Rock’s contemporary superstars and newcomers. See the complete tracklist below!
“Time Marches On” Featuring Tim McGraw
Originally released March 1996 on his Time Marches On album.
Peaked at #1
“Sticks And Stones” Featuring Luke Bryan
Originally released November 1991 on his Sticks and Stones album.
Peaked at #1
“Alibis” Featuring Justin Moore
Originally released February 1993 on his Alibis album.
Peaked at #1
“Can’t Break It To My Heart” Featuring Jason Aldean
Originally released June 1993 on his Alibis album.
Peaked at #1
“Good Ole Days” Featuring Brad Arnold And Big & Rich
“If The World Had A Front Porch” Featuring Luke Combs
Originally released September 1995 on his I See It Now album.
Peaked at #2
“Texas Tornado” Featuring Dustin Lynch
Originally released April 1995 on his I See It Now album.
Peaked at #1
“Stars Over Texas” Featuring Kellie Pickler
Originally released July 1996 on his Time Marches On album.
Peaked at #2
”If The Good Die Young” Featuring Chris Young
Originally released January 1994 on his Alibis album.
Peaked at #1
”Paint Me A Birmingham” Featuring Easton Corbin
Originally released October 2003 on his Strong album.
Peaked at #4
“Finally Home” Featuring Craig Morgan
September 8, 2017
Tracy Lawrence has set November 10, 2017 as the release date for one of the most ambitious and significant albums of his career. GOOD OLE DAYS celebrates the country legend’s indelible mark on country traditionalism with an album of 11 duets pairing a selection of his most iconic hits with some of Country and Rock’s contemporary superstars and newcomers. See some behind the scenes footage HERE.
“There’s such a hunger out there for the music from my era – I hear that from so many people, so I felt like this was a good time to kind of blend the old and the new,” said Tracy. “My first commitment was from my buddy Tim McGraw, who chose to sing ‘Time Marches On,’ on the new record.”
The collaborative collection also includes guest appearances by Jason Aldean, Big & Rich, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Easton Corbin, Dustin Lynch, Tim McGraw, Justin Moore, Kellie Pickler and Chris Young. 3 Doors Down leader Brad Arnold makes his Country music debut on the title track “Good Ole Days,” which is the second of the two original songs.
When asked about which of his songs is his all-time favorite, Tracy admits that choosing one is a lot like trying to single out a favorite child, it’s just not something that’s easy to do.
However, he does mention that “Sticks and Stones” comes to mind. “I’ve got favorite songs for different reasons, but none of them would have happened without the first one, so “Sticks and Stones” is very special.”
The collection in its entirety is equally special, and Lawrence is humbled by the excitement that his peers brought to the studio with their eagerness to keep each track as pure as the day it was first recorded, with only minor exceptions and a few added new nuances. Lawrence is excited to offer the first instant grat track “Can’t Break It to My Heart,” the duet with country superstar Jason Aldean, as part of the album preorder which is available today HERE.
Craig Morgan lends his vocals and heartfelt raw emotion on “Finally Home,” one of the two new tracks and an ode to U.S. military members celebrating their enduring service to our country. Tracy and Craig debuted the song together in a performance on the hallowed stage of The Grand Ole Opry® on August 15.
A portion of the proceeds from “Finally Home” will be donated to Operation FINALLY HOME, a national, non-profit organization providing mortgage-free, custom-built homes to wounded, ill and injured veterans or widows of the fallen, thanks to their unique network of experienced builders, suppliers, and supporters dedicated to honoring heroes with homes.
Whether it is celebrating his iconic hits with fresh new tracks or writing material for his next studio record, Lawrence knows if he stopped today he’d already have cemented his place in the pantheon of country-music greats.
“To realize that I’m older now and being looked at by younger kids in the same light as I looked at guys like Strait and Haggard, it’s very flattering,” he notes. “To know that I’ve made music that’s had that kind of impact on people, well, it’s pretty cool.”
February 2, 2017
Tracy Lawrence was nominated for National On-Air Personality of the Year at the 52ndAcademy of Country Music Radio Awards on Wednesday on the heels of celebrating the 25th anniversary of his first No. 1, “Sticks and Stones,” marking an auspicious start to what promises to be a lively 2017.
Lawrence, the dynamic iconic country music singer, guitarist and radio host of “Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence,” is celebrating two and a half decades in music this year, and it will be a busy one. Along with his weekly radio duties, Lawrence is touring extensively this spring and is in the studio recording a new collaboration album that will be out later this year.
“I am so honored to be considered in this category. We’ve worked very hard to make “Honky Tonkin’” a fun, reflective and entertaining show,” said Lawrence. “I really appreciate the support from the industry and look forward to an exciting award show.”
Last year, the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals honored Lawrence as its Philanthropist of the Year for his work on behalf of Nashville Rescue Mission, recognizing him for making a large and positive contribution to the community. Funds raised by the singer through his annual Mission:Possible Turkey Fry and benefit concert have helped provide more than 75,000 meals to those in need.
Lawrence will launch a new homeless fundraising initiative on May 7-8, 2017 , the Mission:Possible Golf Tournament and Charity Concert, a partnership with legendary radio station 650 AM WSM that will benefit Lebanon, Tenn.’s Brooks House and Nashville Rescue Mission. The Brooks House is a non-denominational, faith-based transitional, non-emergency shelter where women and children receive temporary shelter.
“Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence,” produced by Silverfish and distributed by Compass Media Networks, is a three-hour show that features hits from the 1980s, ‘90s and early 2000s, interviews and special guests, contests, prizes and audience interaction through calls and social media. Lawrence will find out if he won during a ceremony April 1 at The Joint in Las Vegas during the ACM Party for a Cause.
Lawrence is known as a hit-maker who has left an indelible mark on the genre with nearly two dozen hits, 13 million albums sold and many memorable shows, a legacy he shares through hundreds of live appearances every year. He has earned multiple Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association Awards, and won the ACM Vocal Event of the Year award for “Find Out Who Your Friends Are,” featuring Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw. In 2008 he also earned a GRAMMY nomination for his Southern Gospel album, The Rock. Now Lawrence brings a lifetime of stories and experiences to the radio.
“Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence” is keepin’ it country on nearly 60 affiliates across the nation.
Tracy Lawrence is on the road this summer making solo and festival appearances. To learn more about Lawrence or to purchase tickets, visit Tracy Lawrence’s Facebook page and follow @tracy_lawrence on Twitter.
November 21, 2016
When: Wednesday, November 23 from 8:00am-3:00pm
Where: Dallas LIFE Homeless Shelter – Parking Lot 1100 Cadiz Street (SW corner of Griffin & Cadiz Streets) Dallas, TX 75215
Launched in 2005, Tracy Lawrence’s Mission: Possible Turkey Fry has been a huge blessing to Nashville, where this event started and to the homeless men, women, and children in the community. Now in its eleventh year, the annual Turkey Fry has provided close to 4,500 turkeys and more than 65,000 meals to help the Mission feed the homeless and hurting and Tracy wants to see this amazing event help out the needy of the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Dallas LIFE will start with its first turkey fry this year! The Mission: Possible Turkey Fry will take place on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 in the parking lot of Dallas LIFE Homeless Shelter. Dallas LIFE and friends plan to fry up to 100 turkeys for the homeless, hungry, and hurting during this year’s annual event. There will also be volunteers helping prepare the Thanksgiving meal and working with Dallas LIFE kids, etc. Over 200 Volunteers are expected for this event.
October 20, 2016
In the last three years alone, Tracy Lawrence has raised $120,000 for Nashville Rescue Mission with his annual Mission: Possible Turkey Fry. But for the country music star and nationally syndicated radio personality, that’s only the beginning. For the second year, Lawrence will double down on his 10-year-old Thanksgiving season tradition by hosting a star-studded benefit concert for the Mission, which aids the city’s hungry and homeless.
His second annual Tracy Lawrence Mission: Possible Charity Concert will take place Tuesday, November 22 at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon. It will feature performances from Lawrence and his country-star pals Big & Rich, Jerrod Niemann, Ben Rue and returning guests Halfway to Hazard, all donating their time and talent to the cause. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, October 19 at 11:00 a.m. and can be purchased at www.wildhorsesaloon.com. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Concert sponsorships are still available. For more information on sponsoring the event, please contact:[email protected]
Last year’s sold-out concert raised $63,000 for Nashville Rescue Mission. To accommodate many more fans this year, Lawrence selected the recently renovated Wildhorse Saloon as the show’s new venue.
The Turkey Fry itself is also growing this year. In conjunction with the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions, rescue missions in Dallas, Louisville, Ky. and Asheville, N.C. are duplicating Lawrence’s popular event the week of Thanksgiving to raise awareness and serve their own local homeless communities. This year’s local Turkey Fry will be heldNovember 22 at Nashville Rescue Mission.
Earlier this year the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals honored Lawrence as its Philanthropist of the Year specifically for his work on behalf of Nashville Rescue Mission, recognizing him for making a large and positive contribution to the community. Funds raised by the singer at his annual event have helped provide more than 75,000 meals to those in need, and more than 5,000 turkeys have been fried and donated to the Mission.
The Turkey Fry is only part of Lawrence’s personal mission to help those in need. Last month, his Louisiana Flood Aid concert in Baton Rouge raised more than $15,000 for Samaritan’s Purse, a charity helping victims of recent flooding in the state. The money raised is being used to build and restore homes for families affected by the high waters.
Lawrence’s philanthropic efforts also include a partnership with Exclusive Genetics’ Bucking Bull Games that benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The singer’s bull, named Honky Tonkin’ after his radio show, recently won $6,000, all earmarked for the hospital and will go on to raise more funds for the organization at the finals in Las Vegas October 31-November 4.
“Thanksgiving is such a special time of year for me and my family. A time to share and be thankful for all that God has blessed us with,” said Lawrence. “It’s also a very humbling time, knowing how much suffering and pain is going on in the world. It makes me treasure the opportunity that myself, my friends and my family have to give back to our community through the Nashville Rescue Mission. I will continue to be overwhelmed by the support and love that comes out to volunteer and donate to their fellow man during this week.”
September 13, 2016
As part of the festivities surrounding the Battle at Bristol the CMA songwriter’s series made a stop in Bristol Thursday night. The lineup featured Tracy Lawrence along with hit songwriters Barry Dean and Luke Laird. It was held at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol, which is an affiliate of the Smithsonian.
News 2 caught up with Lawrence beforehand.
“I’ve played some stuff out at the Bristol Speedway before but I’ve never really played anywhere here in Bristol proper so it’s a pretty unique experience and I’ve learned a lot about the Bristol community and how this is the birthplace of country music which I was not aware of,” Lawrence said.
The CMA songwriter’s series serves as a kickoff of sorts for this year’s 50th CMA awards.
March 23, 2016
The event, put on by Middle Tennessee’s chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) recognized donors, volunteers, foundations, leaders, corporations and others engaged in philanthropy who made large positive impacts on the community in 2015.
Lawrence has long been in partnership with the Nashville Rescue Mission, fundraising for the organization and feeding more than 75,000 in need throughout the past decade with his annual turkey fry. In addition to meals served, more than $63,000 was raised at the 10th Annual Mission: Possible Turkey Fry Concert on Nov. 24, 2015 at City Winery which prompted the Rescue Mission’s submission of Lawrence for Philanthropist of the Year.
“What an Amazing honor to win the Nashville Philanthropist of the year award. I am so thankful that I have the opportunity and the ability to give back to the Nashville community that I so dearly love,” comments Lawrence. “I hope that I will be able to continue to serve those less fortunate for a long time.”
Music City’s AFP chapter is one of more than 230 chapters across the country that has, together, generated over $1 trillion through National Philanthropy Day since 1960. NPD is not only a federally proclaimed day by President Reagan, but a grassroots movement that has grown into a nation-wide effort for the able to get involved in giving back. Lawrence along with four other dedicated humanitarians were awarded for their work throughout their communities at NPD’s ceremony.
Complete List of Honorees
Philanthropist of the Year: Tracy Lawrence
Fundraising Volunteer of the Year: Sandra Lipman
Corporate Philanthropist: Delta Dental
Rising Star Youth Fundraising Volunteers: Be Happy Haiti – Emma Hall, Brooke and Blaire Ely
Fundraising Professional of the Year: Erin Wenzel
About National Philanthropy Day National Philanthropy day is recognized across the country as the premier event to celebrate philanthropy. It is sponsored by Association of Fundraising Professionals across the country an includes a national recognition program. Here in Middle Tennessee, the program began in the late 1980s and we have honored incredible and generous community leaders.
Philanthropy is “the love of humankind,” and National Philanthropy Day® (NPD)is the day that thousands of people around the world come together to put that word into action and recognize the change that word has brought to our communities.
NPD is a celebration of philanthropy—giving, volunteering and charitable engagement—that highlights the accomplishments, large and small, that philanthropy—and all those involved in the philanthropic process—makes to our society and our world. Here in Nashville hundreds join each year in the National Philanthropy Day celebration.
December 15, 2015
Tracy Lawrence and a group of celebrity friends raised more than $63,000 for the Nashville Rescue Mission at the 10th Annual Mission: Possible Turkey Fry in November, continuing the country music star’s personal mission to help those in need.
“Growing up for me, having a good meal commemorating the Thanksgiving holiday meant more than just satisfying your appetite,” Lawrence said. “It signified a time to reflect, count our blessings and share what we’re thankful for, so to have an opportunity to feed those in our area while helping them feel that sense of pride for feeding their families, well there’s no better feeling. Over the years this event has grown, and every year I am even more thankful to those who come together to make this such a success.”
The “Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence” national syndicated radio host’s yearly event has provided more than 75,000 meals to those in need in its decade-long history. The event has grown over the years and the 2015 installment, held Nov. 24 at the Nashville Rescue Mission, included Lawrence’s first concert at City Winery with performances by Charlie Daniels, Halfway to Hazard, Lorrie Morgan, Darryl Worley and Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down.
Members of Nashville’s music and sports communities also attended, including Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry, Terri Clark, Lee Greenwood and Jake Clayton, Tennessee Titans Coty Sensabaugh and Brian Arakpo along with the team’s cheerleaders, and the Nashville Predators mascot Gnash.
Lawrence returned to the Mission last week to present Martin Ollenberger with a left-handed guitar from Taylor Guitars. Ollenberger, who lost his job and fell into homelessness because of health difficulties, is the face of the NRM this holiday season, starring in a commercial for the mission. Learn more about his story and the mission here.
Lawrence also auctioned off one of his guitars signed by the artist, Daniels, Vince Gill, Halfway to Hazard, Randy Houser, Morgan, Brad Paisley, Kellie Pickler and Chris Young, earning $10,000.Welcome to EditPad.org – your online plain text editor. Enter or paste your text here. To download and save it, click on the button below.
August 10, 2015
As one of the most recognizable voices in country music history, it’s only appropriate that a man whose career was launched on a radio show, “Live at Libby’s,” returns to the studio for his own show. Tracy Lawrence is bringing his new syndicated radio show, Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence, to the “Air Castle of the South.”
Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence debuts at noon CDT Sunday, August 16 on Nashville’s legendary traditional country music outlet, WSM-AM. The three-hour show, produced by Silverfish and syndicated through Compass Media Networks, features hits from the 1980s, ‘90s and early 2000s, interviews and special guests, contests, prizes and audience interaction through calls and social media. Guests of the show have previously included Reba McEntire, John Anderson, and more.
“I’m so excited about WSM picking up my show,” Lawrence said. “It is such a huge thing for the show to be heard not only in Nashville but through all of our affiliates around the country. I started hosting ‘Honky Tonkin’’ in January with the desire to keep more of the traditional country sound alive with an emphasis on honky-tonk music. I feel that there is such a huge demand from the fans for this [type of programming], and with WSM picking up the show, it really validates that point. Let’s keep it country.”
The Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music award-winning artist has imprinted an indelible mark on the genre with nearly two dozen hits (including “Sticks and Stones,” “Alibis,” “Texas Tornado,” “Time Marches On,” “Paint Me A Birmingham,” and “Find Out Who Your Friends Are”), 13 million albums sold and many memorable shows, a legacy he shares through nearly 100 live appearances every year. Now, Lawrence brings a lifetime of stories and experiences to the radio.
“Tracy Lawrence is one of the core artists of our format who can genuinely reach out to his fans and constantly builds an audience that is loyal and true to him,” noted Dean Warfield, program director for 650 AM WSM.
Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence has been off to a fast start, securing play at more than 30 stations in its first six months of existence. Lawrence is on the road this summer making solo and festival appearances.