Travis Tritt & Charlie Daniels Take Over The HEB Center

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Travis Tritt & Charlie Daniels Take Over The HEB Center In Cedar Park

Country music superstar Travis Tritt brought his “Outlaws & Renegades” concert tour to the HEB Center in Cedar Park, Tx on June 9th, 2019. Joining him on the trek was long-time country legend Charlie Daniels who took a Tritt under his wing when he first broke into the business. It was the classic combination of legends to sell out the HEB Center on the outskirts of the Austin capital area. With more than 60 years of music combined, the show pulled every era of fans alike, young and old. There was something special in the air this night, making it remarkable.

In support of this amazing tour lineup, was the addition of The Cadillac Three. The three-man setup had a more modern vibe, appealing to today’s generation of country fans. The guys had a good mix of a country western vibe mixed with a good twist of blues. They reminded me a lot of Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real combined with a Billy Gibbons sound. I thoroughly enjoyed their set and the stage presence they brought to the show was on point.

The Devil Went Down To Austin?

Next up on the agenda was the iconic Charlie Daniels Band. There weren’t any elaborate light shows, haze or onstage theatrics, and that was OK. For a legendary band like this, there’s absolutely isn’t any need for them. As Charlie switched between his legendary fiddle playing to ripping riffs on his six-string, the magic was in the air. At one point Charlie even gave away his fiddle bow to an adoring lady in the front row. The band went through a series of instrumentals solos and even graced the crowd with some gospel hymns.

Finally, pretty easy to imagine what the band closed with. Of course, the classic they are known for – “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.” The devil still falls out to Johnny in this one but put it down as a big victory, or even a country music fan’s bucket-list check off, to get to see that one performed live.


Time For The Country Club Founder

Up next was the one and only Travis Tritt to take the stage. Travis cames out with such vibrant energy, getting the crowd pumped right off the bat. This whole set was filled with all the number one classics such as “I’m Going To Be Somebody,” “Here’s A Quarter,” The Eagles cover of “Take It Easy,” and so many more. At one point, Tritt proceeded to tell the story about his time at the veterans hospital while filming the music video for “Anymore.” This was nothing short of an emotional buildup and a remarkable performance of the track.

The Outlaws & Renegades tour was a stacked evening and full of memories and performances that will stick out for years to come. If you have the opportunity to go see it you most definitely have to!

Remaining Tour dates:

June 22 | Weedsport Speedway | Weedsport, NY
June 28 | BankPlus Amphitheater at Snowden Grove | Southaven, MS
June 29 | Oil Palace | Tyler, TX
June 30 | Raising Canes River Center | Baton Rouge
Aug. 9 | Las Colonias Amp | Grand Junction, CO
Aug. 10 | Sky Ute Casino | Ignacio, CO
Aug. 13 | Northern Quest Resort Casino | Airway Heights, WA
Aug. 15 | Tulalip Casino/Orca Ballroom | Marysville, WA
Aug. 17 | Ford Idaho Center Amp | Nampa, ID
Aug. 18 | Fort Hall Casino | Fort Hall, ID
Aug. 20 | Antelope Valley Fair | Lancaster, CA
Aug. 22 | Green Music Center | Rohert Park, CA
Aug. 23 | Thunder Valley Casino | Lincoln, CA
Aug. 24 | Star of The Dessert | Primm, NV
Aug. 25 | Anselmo Valencia Tori Amp | Tucson, AZ

Charlie Daniels Band Setlist:

Drinkin’ My Baby Goodbye
The Legend of Wooley Swamp
Saddle Tramp
How We Roll
The Pledge of Allegiance
In America
Black Ice
Long Haired Country Boy
Folsom Prison Blues
How Great Thou Art
The Devil Went Down to Georgia

Travis Tritt Setlist:

Put Some Drive in Your Country
Move It on Over
I’m Gonna Be Somebody
The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’
Where Corn Don’t Grow
Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof
Take It Easy
Country State Of Mind
Drift Off to Dream
Help Me Hold On
Don’t Give Your Heart To A Rambler (It’s All About To Change)
Here’s a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)
Country Club
It’s a Great Day to Be Alive
Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde
Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys
Lonesome, On’ry and Mean




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I love music, I love crowded venues, loud music, and sweat-soaked fans. I love the sound of a venue opening its doors to the public. I ended up moving to the Austin area in 2011. I have nearly a decade of experience in the Entertainment & Private Event industries. I have supervised at a number of concert venues and festivals, such as Emo’s East, Stubb’s, ACL Festival, Bonnaroo, Austin Fan Fest, SXSW, and the Austin Trail of Lights. In 2014, I began to take an interest in all things media related. I ended up chasing those ambitions and became a content creator and a concert photographer. With no formal training in any of those areas, in 2017 I decided it was time to change that up. I decided to pursue a degree in the Arts focusing on Radio, Television, and Film. As I began my academic path, I inquired about the Media department. I currently am a multimedia journalist for the Student Life department at ACC. To further my education, I received a scholarship with the Austin Film Society to become a TV Producer at Austin Public Studios. I believe in capturing the essence of life and representing it in a creative effort.