Military Veteran Turned Country Singer Jimmy Loftis Drops Debut Release
Anyone who has served in the Army and done tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan isn’t afraid to take chances. That is why after receiving high praise following his singing of the National Anthem for the troops while serving, Jimmy Loftis decided to take another chance in his life and pursue music. Fast forward eight years to today and he’s coming out strong with his first release, a remake of Travis Tritt’s “Anymore.”
Sticking with a classic country sound, Jimmy Loftis’ vocals do all of the work. Strong enough to reign in the cattle yet tender enough to hold a newborn, Jimmy’s vocals sail through the air from the speakers to the ears of listeners both near and far. Overseas he found solace in the likes of Garth Brooks, Luke Combs, and Travis Tritt, so it was an honor to pay homage to one of his influences by covering Tritt’s “Anymore” and giving it the Loftis touch.
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Army veteran turned Country singer Jimmy Loftis bolts out of the gate with his first release, a cover of Travis Tritt’s “Anymore.”
Home page of Jimmy Loftis, a country artist from Columbia, SC. Having been raised in the south Jimmy Loftis was raised listening country music and was inspired by country music artists such as Garth Brooks, Travis Tritt and Randy Travis. “As a kid I