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Tracy Lawrence

About Tracy Lawrence

Tracy Lawrence is an American country music artist and songwriter. He was born January 27, 1968 in Atlanta, Texas. He was raised in Foreman, Arkansas and attended Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia. There he was a member of the Epsilon Kappa chapter of Sigma Pi fraternity. Tracy worked as an ironworker and in phone sales before finally breaking into the music business. On September 13, 1993, Tracy married Frances Weatherford, whom he had met seven months earlier at a Denver autograph session. They divorced on March 7, 1996. He remarried Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Stacie Drew on March 15, 1997 but they divorced on June 30, 1998. On January 6, 2000, Lawrence married Becca in the Cayman Islands. They have two daughters. Skylar JoAnn, born June 27, 2001 and Mary Keagan, born April 15, 2003.

A few songs that Tracy is known for are “Sticks and Stones”, “Paint Me a Birmingham” and “Alibis”.