Way Back Wednesday – Travis Tritt, Hank Williams Jr.
Every Wednesday we go back in time with a Musical Memory on the Country Cafe!
Today, we flashback to 1991 with Travis Tritt’s classic ‘Anymore.’ In 1989, Tritt broke through with ‘Country Club’ and ‘Help Me Hold On.’ According to Billboard, his seventh single turned out to be the biggest charting hit of his career. Enjoy this classic country memory from Travis Tritt. By the way, Tritt recently made the news by calling out Brantley Gilbert for disrepect, click here to read more.
This week’s WGNA.com ‘Way Back Wednesday’ pick showcases one of our Taste of Country Music festival stars, Hank Williams, Jr.. This 1984 classic was a groundbreaking video for Country Music, at a time when few Country artists were producing videos to accompany songs. The star packed ‘All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight’ was the first video to ever win the CMA’s 1985 Video of the Year Award.