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Travis Tritt & Trisha Yearwood

Celebrating 50 Years of Concerts at the WVU Coliseum
February 16, 1993

Travis Tritt
& Trisha Yearwood

Budweiser Rock 'n Country Tour
with Special Guests Little Texas

Newspaper ad promoting the 1993 Budweiser Rock 'n Country tour with Travis 'N Trisha and Little Texas
SHOW DATE: Tuesday, February 16, 1993 • 7:30pm
A capacity crowd of more than 7,700 fans packed the Coliseum February 16, 1993 for the Budweiser Rock 'n Country Tour featuring Travis Tritt and Trisha Yearwood with special guests Little Texas. 

Tritt had just released his third studio album "t-r-o-u-b-l-e" and concert-goers heard his No. 1 singles, "Help Me Hold On" "Anymore," and "Can I Trust You With My Heart." His smash hits "I'm Gonna Be Somebody," "Country Club" and "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" were also fan favorites.

Yearwood was still riding the wave of her 1991 debut which was the strongest of any woman in country music at that time. Her first single "She's in the Love With the Boy" spent two weeks at No. 1. Yearwood surprised the crowd by making her entrance to the arena from the Blue Gate concourse and walking to the stage through fan seating.

Opening act Little Texas had just released their first album "First Time for Everything" which included the singles "You and Forever and Me" and "Some Guys Have All the Love."
Travis Tritt's T R O U B L E album cover featuring a photo of Tritt with his guitar. Trisha Yearwoods Hearts in Armor album cover featuring a black and white photo of Yearwood. Little Texas' First Time for Everything album cover with a photo of the members of the band.