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RESERVOIR ACQUIRES TRAVIS TRITT CATALOGS
1/24/22

Reservoir has acquired two-time Grammy-winning Country star Travis Tritt’s entire publishing and recorded catalogs.

Throughout the Grand Ole Opry member’s career, seven of his albums have been certified Platinum or higher and he’s achieved more than 30m in album sales. He also charted 40+ times on the Hot Country Songs Chart—including five #1s and twenty Top 10s—and earned four CMA Awards.

The Georgia native released his debut Platinum album, Country Club, in 1990, which included his first #1 “Help Me Hold On.”

His sophomore effort, It’s All About to Change, yielded four triple Platinum singles, “Here’s a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares),” “Anymore,” “Nothing Short of Dying” and “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin,’” the latter earning him his first Grammy in 1992.

“Travis is a pillar of the ‘90s country movement, and his influence continues to impact the genre and its chart resurgence today,” said Reservoir EVP of Creative John Ozier.

Tritt was repped by Jordan Keller and Sarah Smith from Keller Turner Andrews & Ghanem, PLLC.