TRAVIS TRITT'S TRIPLE PLAY

Travis Tritt has been busy lately -- and the fruits of his labor are in stores now! Tritt has three -- count 'em -- three albums out currently. His new album, called "Strong Enough," he collaborated on the album "Kindred Spirits: A Tribute to the Songs of Johnny Cash" AND "Elvis: 30 #1 Hits." Tritt is a big fan of Elvis, and there was a launch party for the album at the Hard Rock Café in New York to celebrate. "It really didn't dawn on me until I was at the album's launch party," said Tritt. "When I thought about it, I realized what a great day it really was." The day only got better for Tritt -- after seeing her at a few functions but never meeting face-to-face, he finally met and talked to Priscilla Presley. "To finally have the chance to say hello was great," he says. "We had a lot of fun."

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