Tracy Byrd, and a WHOLE LOTTA WINTER!

T-Byrd Himself calls in to Doc and Duck to talk music, hunting, fishing, and lots of… well, stuff!

His first No. 1 single was 1993’s “Holdin’ Heaven”. Byrd finally scored his second No. 1 hit in the fall of 2002, with “Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo.” He is also known for covering two 1970s-era hits for country music legend Johnny Paycheck — “Someone to Give My Love To” (1993, Byrd’s second chart hit) and “(Don’t Take Her) She’s All I Got” (1997).

Byrd is an avid outdoorsman. He began fishing with his grandmother, Mavis Vaughn, when he was only three, and she bought him his first shotgun when he was six. His love of those sports has given him the opportunity to host two shows on the Outdoor Channel.

Make sure you tune in to the 8:00 am hour for all things Tracy Byrd!

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