- Just days after Travis Tritt's tour bus was involved in a fatal accident, the singer performed on The Voice season 16 finale.
- Travis sang with Andrew Sevener in the very first act of the evening.
The show must go on for Travis Tritt. Just five days after his tour bus was involved in a deadly car accident, the country star is already back on stage doing what he does best. Travis performed his hit with The Voice finalist Andrew Sevener on the show's season 16 finale.
The 56-year-old rocked out to one of his most beloved songs for the very first performance of the evening. As soon as the upbeat tune started, coach Kelly Clarkson was up dancing along. By the end of the track, the entire audience, including the other coaches—Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, and John Legend—were on their feet.
After the episode, Travis uploaded a handful of photos showing off his star-studded evening. He first gave a shout-out to the fourth place finisher. "Congratulations again to [Andrew Sevener] on doing such a great job on @NBCTheVoice! Stay humble and focused and you will go far, young man! I’m always a fan and in your corner!"
The artist also revealed his fondness for Kelly in not one, but two posts! First, he noted that he "absolutely adores" the "Piece by Piece" singer and said she was "such a sweetheart." Then he added that he'd like to make some music with Kelly! "What a pleasure it would be to collaborate with such an incredibly talented voice like hers," he mused. Travis was also able to meet Adam backstage and called him "a great dude."
Although Travis that his tour bus was only sideswiped in the collision that happened in the early hours of May 18, tragically, two other people were killed. We're glad to see the singer doing well in the days following the incident.