This is an interesting book about one of my favorite country singers Travis Tritt. From the cover...Travis on Honky Tonk Bars...All of a sudden, you got people in there who are actually paying attention to the music, actually there to enjoy the performance. Once you get those people in, everything works. You can perform without keeping a wary eye on the exit sign, in case you've got to make a run for it. Then you can start doing more of your stuff. That's when I usually got fired.
The saddest thing about this man is his total absorbtion in himself. But to give credit where it is due - it was well written and interesting. I think that if you are a fan of Travis Tritt, perhaps you should skip reading this. Like all of us, he is a flawed person - but reality can be a real turn-off for fans.