He's one of us.  Grew up just outside Texarkana.  He's fought fire ants, got stuck in the red clay mud, hunted and fished in the same woods and waters that we have.  Yet, he's a STAR.  Yeah, he's had his share of "bumps in the road" but his string of hits makes him one of the biggest names of the 90's in country.  "Today's Lonely Fool", "If The World Had A Front Porch" (written by Arklatex native Kenny Beard about his grandmother's house in Loggy Bayou), "Time Marches On" and "Texas Tornado" are just a few of what makes him a star.  He's played his brand of country music in nearly every nook and cranny of Kiss Country from Springhill to Bossier, Longview to Shreveport.  He's Tracy Lawrence and TONIGHT he's at Diamond Jacks in Bossier.  He and I have shared many memories; from the first time he ever heard his "Sticks and Stones" on the radio to my finding out about the first time I'd be a Dad.  Had the chance to visit with him on the phone the other day and thought that if you missed the interview, you might want to hear.  Welcome home Tracy!  Don't stay gone so long next time!

Tracy Lawrence Interview - Segment 1

Tracy Lawrence Interview - Segment 2

Tracy Lawrence Interview - Segment 3

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