Trace Adkins Height

If I feel like doing something, I do it. If I feel like saying something, I say it. If I feel like dancing, I do. If I don't, I don't.

American country singer Trace Adkins is known for his songs such as You're Gonna Miss This, No Thinkin' Thing, Honky Tonk Badonkadonk, Every Light in the House, etc.

About Trace Adkins' Real Height

Trace Adkins is also known for his distinctive bass-baritone singing voice. There has also been some correlation found between height, general build, and voice type -- basses tend to belong to very tall and big men -- just like Trace Adkins.

It will not come as surprise to anyone that Trace is a giant of a man who makes normal people look like kids in front of him. He even makes a 6 feet 4 inches tall Blake Shelton look like a teenager.

Everything is just big about Trace -- standing by himself you might not even have guessed that he is so tall -- because of his normal proportions.

But Trace is tall. He once mentioned his height as:

I used to be 6'6", but I think I'm shrinking a little. Hoping to live long enough to be 5'2".

Height loss is common with age but taller and bigger people get the worst of it. They lose height faster than shorter ones because there is more space between vertebrae discs in their spine -- thus more space that can be compressed.

And now almost touching his sixties, Trace certainly seems to be shorter than he used to be

The height of Trae Adkins in his prime was

6 ft 6 in (198 cm)

His present height is

6 ft 5½ in (197 cm)

Trace Aadkins standing with Blake Shelton and Tom Cruise
Trace Aadkins standing with Blake Shelton (6 ft 4 in) and Tom Cruise (5 ft 7¾ in)

Here are some more of Trace Adkins' quotes

On the country music fans.

Country music fans are the best everywhere and they've always made me feel like I'm at home, no matter what zip code I'm in. I just want to thank them from the bottom of my heart for blessing me with such an incredible career that I truly enjoy.

The present time.

You're gonna miss this, you're gonna want this back. You're gonna wish these days hadn't gone by so fast. These are some good times, so take a good look around. You may not know it now, but you're gonna miss this.

Getting out of your comfort zone.

Anytime you get out of your comfort zone and you have to do something that you're not comfortable doing and that you're not really sure of yourself in, there's an exhilaration that comes along with that. I get off on it, so that's why I enjoy making movies.

The gratification of performing to a live audience.

There's the gratification that comes from performing in front of a live audience, and you can't replicate that with anything else. In the studio, the creation part of this business is fun. But, when you see the fans letting you know that they enjoy what you're doing, that's why I keep doing what I do.

Songs that passionate people.

People get passionate about a song. It's been my experience that if you put out radio candy, something commercial, it doesn't sell records.

Putting yourself fully in a song.

When I'm singing a song on stage, I hate hypocrites. If you don't put yourself in that lyric and emote and be what that lyric says that you are, then you're just going through the motions and you're being hypocritical. I just take that same approach with acting. I just take the dialogue and I emote it and become that. I use the same technic.