Travis Tritt has made a new friend.
Tritt recently met and performed with fellow singer Aaron Lewis at this year’s Buffalo Chip Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Tritt shared a photo of him and Lewis following the event, saying it was “a thrill.”
“Words cannot express what a thrill it was to meet and perform with the multi-talented @aaronlewismusic for the first time ever. Something tells me that we are going to work together again many times in the future,” Tritt captioned the photo of himself and Lewis on Instagram.
In the photo, Tritt can be seen wearing a dark shirt and matching jeans while Lewis is sporting a “Veterans Before Refugees” T-shirt, blue jeans, and a black and white “F U JOE” hat, which presumably references President Joe Biden.
In a video of the event that Tritt also shared on Instagram, he reiterated how much he enjoyed performing with Lewis. The video provides a view of the stage and a large lit-up crowd with an American flag projected onto a video screen in the distance. In the video, Tritt and Lewis can be heard singing a few bars of Tritt’s song, “Anymore.”
“We had an amazing night with all my biker brothers and sisters in Sturgis tonight at the Buffalo Chip. So great to share the stage with the amazing @aaronlewismusic. I love my fellow patriots!,” Tritt said, adding an American flag emoji to the post’s caption.
In a third post, Tritt posed with actor Robert Patrick backstage at the event. In the photo, Patrick can be seen wearing a Boozefighters leather vest.
“Two Georgia boys that worked hard and did pretty well against all odds. Such an honor to hang for a bit with such a great dude!,” Tritt shared.
This year’s Buffalo Chip Sturgis Motorcycle Rally featured an all-star line-up including Tritt, Lewis, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Devon Worley Band, Jon Pardi, and various others.
Both Tritt and Lewis are known for being politically outspoken, with Tritt canceling shows at venues that required fans to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and Lewis voicing opposition to Biden, “wokeness,” and Dr. Anthony Fauci.