Travis Tritt Duets With Daughter On “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough”

Posted by Kristina Burton on 04/25/2013
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Grammy winning singer, songwriter and entertainer Travis Tritt will release his first single in six years, "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough," on this Father's Day, Sunday, June 16. A remake of the Patty Smyth and Don Henley duet, Tritt sings the song with his 15-year-old daughter Tyler Reese.
 
 
Originally recorded for his 2007 album The Storm, the track was shelved when a suitable duet partner could not be secured in time for the album's release. Last year, Tritt received ownership of the album's masters from his former label. And, in the interim, a duet partner materialized ... in his own family.
 
 
"Last year we were driving home from a wedding in Florida when the song came up on my iPod," Travis explains. "My 15-year-old daughter Tyler Reese had never heard the song, and she started singing along in the backseat. When it ended she made me play it again five or six more times. I was listening, but didn't say anything.
 
 
 
"When we got home, I told my wife that I thought Tyler Reese could really do a great job on this song. We agreed and I took her in the studio to sing her parts. I know I sound like a biased parent, but she's got a lot of talent and charisma. The recording speaks for itself. She really nailed it."
 
 
 
"Sometimes" is the first single from an upcoming re-release of the album. A video has already been shot and will soon be released to cable and online outlets. Meanwhile, Travis continues his full slate of touring.
 
 
 
Coming off his acclaimed solo-acoustic shows last year, Travis is back on the road with his full band. Currently in the midst of a West Coast swing, he has a full summer and will be joined on select dates by Tyler Reese. Itinerary to date:
 
 
 
April 26          Edgewater Casino                               Laughlin, NV
 
May 10           L'Auberge Casino                                Baton Rouge, LA
 
May 11           Mill Town Music Hall                       Bremen, GA
 
May 17           Crossroads Arena                              Corinth, MS
 
May 25           Lady Luck Casino                               Caruthersville, MO
 
June 6              Bobby Orr Community Center          Parry Sound, ON
 
June 7              Metropolis                                          Montreal, QC
 
June 8              Maritime Country Fest                      Fredericton, NB
 
June 12            Mile One Centre                                 St.John's, NL
 
June 22            Ft.Monroe Beach Stage                      Ft.Monroe, VA
 
June 26            Count Basie Theatre                           Red Bank, NJ
 
June 27            Turning Stone Resort & Casino          Verona, NY
 
June 28            Palace Theatre                                     Greensburg, PA
 
June 29            JD Legends Entertainment Complex Franklin, OH
 
July 12            Seven Clans Casino                             Thief River Falls, MN
 
July 19            Chautauqua Institute                          Chautauqua, NY
 
July 20            Beckley YMCA Sports Complex       Beckley, WV
 
August 1         Campbell Country Fair                       Gillette, WY
 
August 8         Tillamook County Fair                       Tillamook, OR
 
August 9         Umatilla County Fair                          Hermiston, OR
 
August 16       Havelock Country Jamboree              Havelock, ON
 
August 30       Fort Randall Casino                            Pickstown, SD
 
September 28 Hot Springs Balloon Festival              Hot Springs, AR
 
October 19      Mark G Etess Arena                           Atlantic City, NJ
 
October 26      Pensacola Interstate Fair                     Pensacola, FL
 
November 2    New Barn Theater                              Mount Vernon, KY
 
November 9    Founder's Day Festival                       Ocoee, FL