Tyler Reese Tritt emerged onto the country music scene in 2012 with her dad, Travis Tritt, in a revival of the classic Don Henley & Patty Smyth hit, “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough”. At only 14 years of age, Tyler impressed listeners with her beautifully rich voice, proving the musical roots grow deep in the Tritt family tree. To date, the YouTube video of their duet has received over 5 million views.
Understanding and respecting the rich musical legacy established by her father, Tyler has worked hard over the last couple of years developing her own musical identity and co-writing great songs. She started her touring career in the summer of 2017 opening up for her dad, entertaining thousands at festivals and venues across the country. Many Travis Tritt fans have enjoyed watching the little girl they saw grow-up onstage with her dad, now share the spotlight with him.
Born and raised in Savannah, GA, singer/songwriter CC Witt knows a thing or two about growing up in the South. Her debut solo EP “Down Memory Lane” shows just that - featuring witty, compellingly honest and true stories about life in the modern south. Known for her lyrical depth and dynamic vocal range, her songs are comprised of a unique blend of influences with deep roots in traditional country, defying the rules for what makes good country music -- and according to Savannah Magazine, has "a voice that cuts as sharp as Tammy Wynette's paring knife." Anna Chandler from Connect Savannah described Witt's new EP, "With southern-lilt vocal clarity, poignant lyricism, and breezy, up-tempo melodies... immersive words with nostalgic imagery."
Since the release of her EP, Witt has opened for Chris Janson, Easton Corbin, and Anti-Records recording artist, Christopher Paul Stelling. In addition, alongside co-writer Patrick Ellington, CC also fronts Lyn Avenue, an established GA area Alternative Country act, who have opened for major artists such as Jerrod Neimann, Parmalee, Adam Sanders, CMT’s Ashley Wineland and others. Lyn Avenue has received airplay on several regional radio stations and on Independent Music Promotions Radio network (IMP) reaching into over 14 countries.