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Tracy Byrd

Tracy Byrd (born on December 17, 1966 in Beaumont, Texas) is a country music singer. He was raised in Vidor, Texas and was a student in the Vidor, Texas public school system. Byrd's first three albums sold over 3 million copies.

His first No. 1 single was 1993's "Holdin' Heaven," although many of his fans consider his follow-up hits "The Keeper of the Stars" (1995) and "I'm From the Country" (1998) the bigger hits. Byrd finally scored his second No. 1 hit in the fall of 2002, with "Ten Rounds With Jose Cuervo." He is also known for covering several 1970s-era hits for country music legend Johnny PayCheck?, including "Someone to Give My Love To" (1993, Byrd's second chart hit) and "Don't Take Her She's All I Got" (1997).

Byrd is the National Spokesperson for Special Olympics International for the Country Music Association. He developed a crank bait fishing lure called The Lifestyles Of The Not So Rich & Famous' after his song of the same name marketed by Norman Lures. For every one of the lures sold Byrd donates ten c...

years active 1993—present
origin Beaumont, Texas
music genre Country music
license: GNU FDL
source: Wikipedia

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