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Tracy Lynn Byrd was born on 17 December 1966, in Vidor, Texas USA, and is a country music artist, best known for releasing hit songs including “Holdin’ Heaven” and “Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo”. He’s signed to MCA Nashville Records; all of his endeavors have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Tracy Byrd? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $10 million, mostly earned through a successful career in country music. He’s had more than 30 hit singles and has a double platinum certification from one of his albums. As he continues his career it is expected that his wealth will increase.
Tracy Byrd Net Worth $10 million
Tracy attended Vidor High School, and after matriculating in 1985, went to Lamar University, and then to Texas State University to study business. During his time there, he performed with a local band called Rimfire; during a recording session at a local mall, he performed a cover of “Your Cheatin’ Heart” which impressed the studio owner, who then submitted his cover to a local contest, and it led to Byrd being signed by MCA Records in 1992.
In the same year, Tracy released his first single entitled “That’s the Thing About a Memory”. His first few songs would not hit the Top 40 charts; but in 1993 he released the hit “Holdin’ Heaven”., included on his self-titled debut album which would go on to get gold certification. He followed it up with another album release called “No Ordinary Man”, which would become his highest selling album, earning double-platinum certification having sold over two million copies in the US. All of the singles he released from the album charted, and the song “The Keeper of the Stars” won a Country Music Association award for Song of the Year. In 1995, he released his third album – “Love Lessons” – but it had a decline in popularity, although still earning gold certification, and it led to a fourth album entitled “Big Love”. The lead single of the album reached the Top Five along with the song “Don’t Take Her She’s All I Got”. His final studio album for MCA was released in 1997, and was entitled “I’m from the Country”. His net worth was rising steadily.
In 1999, Byrd was signed by RCA Records and worked on the album “It’s About Time”, which featured more country pop songs, but no singles reached the Top 40. Three years later he worked on “Ten Rounds” which went back to the traditional country sound, and this time songs hit the charts, especially “Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo” which became his second number one hit. In 2003, he released “The Truth About Men”, which featured artists such as Blake Shelton and Montgomery Gentry; he had another top 10 hit in “Drinkin’ Bone”. The following year, he released a greatest hit albums, and it was followed by the album “Different Things” which was produced by the Blind Mule label. His net worth continued to improve.
For his personal life, it is known that Tracy is married to Michelle since 1991,and they have two children. The family resides in Beaumont, Texas. In 2009, he took a break from the music industry to take care of his family. Byrd has also been known to do charity work, hosting an annual music event as well as becoming a National Spokesperson for the Special Olympics.
|Full Name||Tracy Byrd|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 17, 1966|
|Place Of Birth||Vidor, Texas, United States|
|Education||Vidor High School, Lamar University|
|Children||Jared Byrd, Logan Byrd, Evee Byrd|
|Parents||Jerry Lynn, Brenda Vaughn Byrd|
|Awards||Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year|
|Nominations||Country Music Association Award for Single of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Event of the Year, American Music Award for Favorite Country New Artist, Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the Year, The Keeper of the Stars, Watermelon Crawl, I'm from the Country|
|Movies||Noble Things, Bob Wills: Still Swingin', Super Country Hits|
|Crook & Chase||2009||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Noble Things||2008||performer: "Take Me Fishing", "A Lotta Good Beer"|
|Blues Brothers 2000||1998||performer: "Honky-Tonk Dancing Machine" / writer: "Honky-Tonk Dancing Machine"|
|Radioland Murders||1994||performer: "Back in the Saddle Again"|
|Noble Things||2008||Ronnie Crawford|
|Crook & Chase||2009||TV Series||Himself|
|Gone Country||2008||TV Series||Himself|
|Out in the Country||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|Circle of Honor||2002||TV Series documentary||Host (2002-2003)|
|Asleep at the Wheel: The Making of 'Ride with Bob'||1999||TV Movie||Himself|
|Att-Star Countryfest '96||1996||TV Special||Himself|
|The 31st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards||1996||TV Special||Himself|
|Austin City Limits||1996||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Late Show with David Letterman||1995||TV Series||Himself|
|CMT Greatest Moments: Dolly Parton||2006||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|CMT: 100 Greatest Music Videos||2004||TV Movie||Himself|