The life and times of Tracy Byrd, his music and his career. and how he got where he is today.
Tracy Byrd was born and raised in Vidor Texas, and he grew up listening to Country and Western music. He started singing in his early 20's, and signed with MCA in the 1990's. In 1992 he spawned a #1 hit called "Holdin' Heaven," in 1994 "No Ordinary Man," in 1995 "Love "Lessons," and in 1996 "Big Love."
Some of his songs are:
Keeper of the stars
I’m from the country
Put your hand in mine
Everytime I do
A little love
Love you aint seen the last of me
Can’t have one without the other
To this date Tracy Byrd has raised more than $350,000 for organizations like the March of Dimes and Buckner Children’s Village.
"It’s about Time" hit the streets on November 2, 1999, and Tracy was completely satisfied with the album. This album marked a new era of creative freedom in Byrd's career. It was the first time he was in the producer's seat. With the help of famed producer Billy Joe Walker Jr., Byrd created an abundantly progressive album that is truly country and truly Tracy. This album contains an exciting fusion from hard driving up-tempo to Texas torch to breath
Byrd realizes what is most important in life: his family, which consists of Michelle, his wife, daughter Eve, and son Logan.