Tracy Lawrence has been one of the most consistent and successful country music icons over his decades-long career. The multi-platinum-selling artist has sold over 13 million albums, with 18 tracks hitting No. 1 on charts. Lawrence is a Southern boy — born in Atlanta, TX and raised in Foreman, AR — so his charismatic, good-boy stage presence is known to charm his country-music-loving fans during concerts. While his influences include both bad-boy Southern rock and traditional country tunes, Lawrence's songs still have audiences both swooning in their seats and up on their feet and dancing. Lawrence released Headlights, Taillights, and Radios in August 2013. which reached the No. 124 spot on the The Billboard Hot 200.
Lawrence was born and raised in the South, and the music and cultural influences from his boyhood shine through clearly in his music. Before he made it big in the music industry, Lawrence was a victim of a robbery in downtown Nashville. Although his girlfriend at the time escaped unharmed, Lawrence was shot four times. Shortly after, his debut album and ticket to fame, "Sticks and Stones," came out, and it shot up the charts, introducing Lawrence to stardom. Since then, Lawrence has released a slew of hits, including "Time Marches On" and “Texas Tornado,” which both reached the No. 1 spot on the Country Hits chart. His album The Rock, a Christian country album, was released in 2009 and nominated for a Grammy Award for the Best Southern, Country or Bluegrass gospel album. While Lawrence's career has already spanned multiple decades, he continues to tour the country performing his music, as well as produce new songs for his fans; and with the recent success of his latest album and singles, Lawrence has proven that his voice and sound have real staying power.