His career spans over two decades, including 30 chart-reaching singles and nine albums, four of which were certified Gold and one Double Platinum. The 48-year-old Texas native scored his first No. 1 hit with 1993′s “Holdin’ Heaven.”
At the induction ceremony, Tracy and his band performed for a packed house. Neal McCoy was the emcee for the awards show, and my friend and national/talk show host, Michael Berry introduced Tracy as the inductee.
There was a ton of talent that performed in addition to Tracy including George Jones’s daughter Georgette Jones, Hank Williams daughter Jett Williams, Faron Young’s son Robyn Young and many many more. From the few pictures that I’ve seen, it looked like it was a great night! Congratulations again, Tracy!
If you’d like more info on the Texas Country Hall of Fame, go to http://www.carthagetexas.us/halloffame/.