Tracy Lawrence is an American country singer who has a net worth of $9 Million. He had his greatest commercial success with the twice Platinum-certified 1996 album Time Marches On. Lawrence worked in sales and as an iron worker prior to receiving an opportunity to become a recording artist. He has been married three times and has two children.
In 1990, he began working in a restaurant that featured country music. After his time there, he was signed by Atlantic Records. Lawrence’s debut studio album, Sticks and Stones, was released in 1991. The album produced the title tune, which was his first chart single and first Number One success in the United States.
Following the success of his debut, Lawrence released several more albums. He also wrote songs for other artists. His 1996 album, Alibis, spawned the hit “Life Don’t Have to Be So Hard” for Jennifer Warnes and also included a duet with George Jones on the song, “Sawdust on Her Halo”.
In 2000, Atlantic moved Lawrence to Nashville’s branch of parent company Warner Bros. Records. His only release for the label was Life Don’t Have to Be So Hard, which accounted for two low-charting singles. Later that year, he divorced rodeo barrel racer Frances Weatherford and married Stephenie (Stacie) Drew, a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. The marriage lasted from 1997 to 1998 and was followed by his third marriage to Becca Lawrence in 2000.