Trace Adkins

Tracy Darrell Adkins ( born January 13, 1962 in Springhill, Louisiana) is an American country music singer.


Trace Adkins is counted among the new traditionalists who, contrary to the prevailing mainstream trend ushered in a cautious return to the traditional country music in the 1990s.

In addition to ( This Is not ) No Thinkin 'Thing (1997), Ladies Love Country Boys (2007) and You're Gonna Miss This (2008 ), which could be placed at No. 1 on the U.S. country charts, counting his greatest hits Every Light in the House ( 1996), I Left Something Turned On at Home, I'm Tryin ' (2001), Then They Do (2003) and Hot Mama ( 2004). In Germany Adkins was known in 2006 with Honky Tonk Badonkadonk a larger audience; the single reached the U.S. country charts Place 2

In 1997, the Academy of Country Music Adkins recorded as " New Vocalist of the Year". His Greatest Hits Collection, Vol 1 2003 reached number one on the country albums chart and the Top Ten on the pop charts.

Trace Adkins is married to Rhonda Forlaw since 1997 and has five daughters, two of them from a previous marriage.