Country music fans are clearly glad to have new Travis Tritt music. The singer, who released his latest album, 'The Calm After. . .' in July, hit the road earlier this year, and has been selling out concerts wherever he goes.

The Georgia native played at Toledo's Hollywood Casino on Saturday night (Aug. 24), and drew the largest crowd the outdoor concert venue has ever seen. "He's still got soul," the Charleston City Paper notes, "pouring himself into the performance and making sure the audience got what they came for."

Tritt does have one new attraction at his shows -- his 15-year-old daughter, Tyler Reese, who joins her dad on select shows for the duet, 'Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough.' “As I was listening to her, I thought ‘She’s doing a great job on this,” Tritt recalls of the first time he heard the teenager sing the classic hit. “We took her in the studio, and I know I sound like a proud papa, but she nailed it.”

The multi-platinum selling single, who has scored more than 30 Top 40 hits, says he still thinks his best days are ahead of him. "I don’t feel 50," he tells The Boot. "I feel like I’m still in my twenties, because I still get just as excited about doing the music as I ever have been. I love it. I love every part of it, as far as the creating part."

Tritt has several more shows scheduled, including shows in South Dakota and Indiana this weekend. See all of his upcoming concerts here.