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Tracy Byrd

Tracy Byrd

Sunday, July 28, Pub Station Ballroom, 8 p.m. Tickets for the all-ages show are $33, plus applicable service fees.

Tracy Byrd became a household name on the Country Music Scene in 1993 when his third single, called "Holdin' Heaven" from his MCA Records, self-titled debut album, hit No. 1 on the Billboard Country Charts. The album also included the remake hit of Johnny Paycheck's "Someone to Give my Love To" cementing Byrd as a traditional country troubadour.

Byrd's second project, "No Ordinary Man," kept building on the momentum the first album created, the first radio single from it called "Lifestyles of the Not so Rich and Famous" reached No. 4, followed by another top five hit, "The First Step" then with the release of the smash, chart topping hit "Watermelon Crawl" the second album crossed the half million sales mark and certified Gold. The release of the 4th and last single on this project moved Byrd to the top of both the Billboard Album and Singles charts. The song was called "The Keeper of the Stars" and it shot to No. 1 on the singles charts and pushed the album to double platinum, which certifies sales of over two million copies. "The Keeper of the Stars" won Academy of Country Music's "Song of the Year" award in 1995.

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