Travis Tritt, a country singer-songwriter, revealed on Twitter that he would be cutting out Anheuser-Busch products from his tour hospitality rider in response to criticism the company is facing following Bud Light’s recent promotion honoring transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney.

“I will be deleting all Anheuser-Busch products from my tour hospitality rider,” the  multi-platinum-selling artist wrote on Twitter.

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Here’s all you need to know about Travis Tritt-

Travis Tritt’s age-

James Travis Tritt was born on February 9, 1963. He is 60 years old.

Travis Tritt’s net worth-

Tritt’s net worth is estimated to be $35 million. Tritt was a leading new country singer in the early 1990s, competing with Garth Brooks, Clint Black, and Alan Jackson.

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Travis Tritt’s hits-

Tritt rose to prominence as one of the top country performers over time. Without even donning a cowboy hat, he dove into the bluesy Southern rock, setting himself apart from the crowd with his outlaw persona.

Here’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares, It’s a Great Day to Be Alive, Help Me Hold On, The Whiskey Ain’t Workin, Lord Have Mercy on the Working Man and Anymore are some of his best hits.

Travis Tritt’s relationship-

In September 1982, Tritt wed Karen Ryon, his high school love. Before separating, they were married for two years.

He married Jodi Barnett, who was 33 at the time, when he was 21 years old. A month before Country Club was released in 1989, he divorced her soon after agreeing to work with Warner Bros.

The couple wed on April 12, 1997. Theresa Nelson. They have two boys, Tristan James and Tarian Nathaniel, and one daughter, Tyler Reese.

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Travis Tritt’s career-

Tritt began working a day job after finishing from high school while moonlighting as a solo performer in Atlanta-area bars and nightclubs. The aspiring country singer was found at a club by Warner Brothers Records talent scout Danny Davenport. As a result, Davenport recorded a demo, which he then presented to label execs in charge of artists and repertoire.

Soon after, Tritt discovered himself in Nashville, Tennessee, where he was following the singing career of his dreams. I’m an overnight success that took eight and a half years to materialize, he would say later.

In 1989, Tritt’s debut radio song, Country Club, reached the top ten. More than a million copies of the same-named 1990 album were distributed. This debut album demonstrates Tritt’s aptitude for effectively fusing southern rock, rhythm and blues, and mainstream country to create a delectable, marketable product with songs like the number-one single Help Me Hold On and the top-three hit “I’m Gonna Be Somebody.”