Travis Tritt releases ‘Falcons Fever’ for Atlanta Falcons

The song was originally released in 2004

Multi-award winning artist and country music hit-maker Travis Tritt celebrates the Atlanta Falcons and their recent advancement to Super Bowl LI with his energetic sports anthem “Falcons Fever,” dedicated to his home team.

“Growing up in Marietta, GA, I have been a lifelong Falcons fan,” comments Tritt. “Obviously, I am thrilled that my home team is going to the Super Bowl this year. I have a severe case of ‘Falcons Fever’ and I will be cheering them on in Houston on February 5th.”

Following a request to write and record a sports anthem for the team, Tritt released “Falcons Fever” in 2004. The track served as the theme song for the Atlanta Falcons and was played regularly in their home stadium, the Georgia Dome, as well as during victorious team plays. In addition, Tritt performed the song live during a Falcons game halftime show.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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