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  Travis (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Travis are a British alternative rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, comprising of Francis Healy, Dougie Payne, Andy Dunlop and Neil Primrose.
One of Britian's most popular and respected modern bands, Travis have twice been awarded British album of the year at the annual Brit awards, and are often credited as having paved the way for British rock bands such as Coldplay and Keane.
The band that would become Travis (initially called "Glass Onion") was formed by guitarist Andy Dunlop and drummer Neil Primrose while the former was a student at the Glasgow School of Art ("Glass Onion" is the name of a Beatles song written and sung by John Lennon).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Travis_(band)   (2430 words)

 Travis Allison Band - high energy & soulful rock that is sure to please - BOOK THE BAND   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Travis' baritone voice, soulful piano, and acoustic guitar combine with a wailing saxophone and virtuoso electric guitar.
Travis studied music his entire academic life while performing in everything from musicals and operas to rock groups.
As the band continues to reach new markets, the music of the TRAVIS ALLISON BAND is becoming an increasingly important voice in the realm of contemporary music.
www.samhillbands.com /bands/travis_allison/index.shtml   (419 words)

 Untitled Document
Travis knew he needed to get out and start performing live with a full band and building his own buzz.
Travis' music is often heard on AIIR Radio (Artists International Independent Radio), which is a Live Internet Radio Station promoting independent and unsigned artists across the country.
The band continued to tour through the summer, fall and winter of 2003, but in November '03, due to some finance and "timing" issues, the team decided to put The Travis Abercrombie Band on hold for a while.
www.travisabercrombie.com /bio.htm   (794 words)

 hip online: artists: travis
The one-time 'invisible band' - Travis - return after an absence of some two years with their fourth LP 12 Memories on October 14th.
It is an album that sees Travis explore lyrically darker themes - the forthcoming single Re- Offender, to be released in the UK on September 29th, tackles the hidden crime of domestic violence.
Travis played 237 gigs in pursuit of the The Man Who, travelling the world, trying to catch up with the album's long, drawn-out success.
www.hiponline.com /artist/music/t/travis/index.html   (1813 words)

 CD Baby: BRIAN TRAVIS BAND: Past The Breakers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Travis and band strip their friendly, folky style of rock down to the bare wood, flaunting catchy melodies, tight playing and backing vocals that make the choruses pop up like islands on a relief map.
At the song's conclusion, the object of Travis' desire shoots him down, eliciting the deathless line, "I guess that's why they call it a crush." "Here in LA" is a perfect choice of closing track, beautifully capturing the dusky, somber mood of sundown in the City of Angels.
Catch the Brian Travis Band Friday, March 4th at the Aptos Club, where this CD will be available for purchase.
cdbaby.com /cd/briantravisband   (897 words)

 || THE TRAVIS MITHCELL BAND ||   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Travis Mitchell Band is a result of what happens when you combine a huge Texas Music fan, a Heavy Metal hipster and a Music Scholar with a degree in Jazz.
While this band's roots are planted firmly within Texas Country, their live performance is a mix of heart-pounding rock with a country flare that is unmistakable.
This young band has accomplished much over the course of a year, and for them the path ahead is clear: continue making truthful down-to-earth music, and sharing it with everyone they can.
www.travismitchellband.com /index2.php?page=bio   (626 words)

 Invisible Band by Travis CD
Travis: Francis Healy, Douglas Payne, Andy Dunlop, Neil Primrose.
THE INVISIBLE BAND is considerably softer than the band's previous albums, pursuing the ballad as transcendent mode of expression, but the popcraft is just as winningly melodic, the guitars just as jangly and inviting, and Fran Healy's songs as subtly accessible as ever.
Travis still maintain a high level of musicianship on this third LP, especially in terms of melody and lyrics.
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 Travis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Travis (Blake's 7), a character in the television science-fiction series Blake's 7
Travis, Staten Island, a neighborhood at the west-central edge of Staten Island, New York
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Travis   (105 words)

 Brian Travis Band
The Brian Travis Band formed in Hollywood in December 2002, and has played its way into a number of legendary LA venues while generating a large fan base and critical acclaim in the Los Angeles area for their rock-heavy, soaring California sound.
The music contained in the band's latest release, Past The Breakers, explores thematic landscapes of change, loss, and rebirth from a group of musicians who have firmly found a sense of place in the limitless expanse of rock and roll.
When he was eight years old he ran across the wreckage of a UFO and spoke at length with one of the surviving aliens about the importance of mango farming and rodeo clowns in 21st century american society.
www.briantravis.com /index.php?page=bio   (780 words)

 The Invisible Band | music : ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Travis fans who might have lost sleep over what radical detours the Scottish quartet would take on the follow up to their 2000 breakthrough ''The Man Who'' can rest assured: The sound remains the same.
The band got a lot of guff from critics for copping Radiohead's trippy, lost in the clouds 'tude, but where Radiohead vocalist Thom Yorke tends to veer off into heady abstraction, Travis frontman Francis Healy grounds his romantic odes in jangly, foursquare song structures that echo the band's Brit pop forebears Oasis and Blur.
So faithfully does ''The Invisible Band'' re-create ''The Man Who'''s gauzy vibe that a few tracks come close to sounding like retreads, particularly the opener ''Sing,'' which is almost a reprise of sorts to the previous record's kick starter, ''Writing to Reach You.'' But that in no way detracts from the album's tremulous beauty.
ew.com /ew/article/review/music/0,6115,129860~4~0~invisibleband,00.html   (529 words)

 Invisible Band by Travis CD
To be honest, most current bands of today's music don't really do anything for me in that the soul of inspiration and creativity seems to be lacking in a big way.
The Invisible Band is a terrific album, giving mixed emotions each time the track number changes, from evoked happiness listening to Flowers in the Window to a surprisingly welcome sadness while listening to The Humpty Dumpty Love Song.
Hopefully Travis continues to make albums like this in the future, they stand out from the crowd and they should be complemented for it.
www.cduniverse.com /search/xx/music/pid/1906689/a/Invisible+Band.htm   (717 words)

 Chandler Travis Philharmonic Press page
Travis is gleefully unconcerned with such trivialities as trend and profit as he wades into deep musical waters to find continuity in pop peculiarity; on this album, he visits doo-wop, be-bop, madhouse folk and Beatlesque pop without so much as a conceptual twitch or glitch.
Travis is one of the music business' longest-running and most tenacious and talented optimists - keeping in mind that he refers to his musical endeavors as 'business' in only the loosest and most intentionally misleading of definitions, in that on the odd blue moon, he may actually make a few shekels for his efforts.
Travis, 51, is also a computer-stained wretch (he writes a column for the weekly The Cape Codder and occasional album reviews for the Boston Herald), and, like O'Connell, spent some of his formative years in Connecticut (Darien and Wilton, in between birth in New York and a move to New Jersey).
www.sonictrout.com /bands/chandler/press.html   (12350 words)

 Joni Mitchell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Her first songwriting credit to hit the charts, "Urge for Going," was a success for country singer George Hamilton IV and for folk singer Tom Rush; it also appeared many years later as a b-side by the Scottish band Travis.
Some argue this style of music was ahead of its time, citing the fact that numerous "jam bands" play today to the delight of college students both in similar style and often times with similar conviction.
Mitchell finished the tracks with a band featuring Pastorius, Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock and the resulting free-form, sometimes arhythmic music was daring and eclectic.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Joni_Mitchell   (2734 words)

 Bill Travis Orchestra - Band Biographies
The small bands are variety dance bands that perform various types of music, including jazz, swing, big band, Sinatra, standards, Rhythm and Blues, Motown, Rock and Klezmer.
She has a beautiful voice, and as a new project, is preparing to do voice-overs, where the artist records her voice for animated film characters.
Prior to joining The Bill Travis Orchestra, she performed on a national tour in the orchestra for the musical company of "Les Miserables", and on a Europe and Asia tour in the orchestra for the musical company of "A Chorus Line".
www.btso.com /bios.html   (289 words)

 Amazon.com: The Invisible Band: Music: Travis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
That Travis are the most simplistic of the post-Radiohead groups may not sound like the heartiest of compliments, but it undoubtedly accounts for their massive appeal.
The opening "Sing" sounds like, since their inception, all Travis have been missing is a banjo; the florid "Flowers in the Window" harks back to McCartney's finest Beatles compositions; and the synth-led "Humpty Dumpty Love Song" lays Travis's sentimental heart bare.
The Invisible Band is a record perfectly at home in a college dorm, a cabin in the middle of nowhere, or at your local department store.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00005LB9O?v=glance   (2184 words)

 LAKE TRAVIS CAVALIER BAND | Pride-Dignity-Professionalism
The Lake Travis Cavalier Band is a group of student musicians with the highest standards of performance and behavior.
We perform at all LT football games, a series of marching and concert band contests and festivals, and at a variety of concerts and service events.
The Lake Travis High School Band participates in all state-prescribed UIL and TMEA events as well as selected festivals and contests.
laketravisband.com   (494 words)

 Travis: The Invisible Band (2001): Reviews
The tracks here are supported by a fuller sound and more complex arrangements than on either of Travis' first two albums....
Travis' knack for making saccharine songs is both a blessing and a curse; one doesn't know whether to feel the love or scream bloody murder.
this is simply a masterpiece...travis achieved what very few bands can....delivering an album which is worth listening up to the end.
www.metacritic.com /music/artists/travis/invisibleband   (669 words)

 Hear/Say: America's College Music Magazine - Reviews - Albums - Travis: The Invisible Band   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Invisible Band opens with the sauntering "Sing," where vocalist Fran Healy is met with glowing keyboards and ethereal acoustic guitar parts.
Similar in tone, with perhaps a slightly higher degree of energy, is the inspirational "Follow the Light," the closest song on the record to Travis' commercially successful "Why Does it Always Rain on Me?" "Flowers in the Window" is also an accessible track, a song of being madly in love and filled with joyous harmonies.
The biggest disappointment on The Invisible Band is the predictable lull at the end of the disc.
www.hearsay.cc /reviews/albums/05-01-08-01/Travis.html   (313 words)

 Brian Travis Band
The Brian Travis Band are on a mission from God to rescue Rock and Roll from the soul-less, overgrown, mass marketed, demographic pampering, Ashlee Simpson creating, money hungry greed machine that has become the music industry.
The music contained in past the breakers explores thematic landscapes of change, loss, and rebirth from a band that has firmly found a sense of place in the limitless expanse of rock and roll.
The musical roots of the group center equally on the songwriting talent of Brian Travis (acoustic guitar/harmonica/lead vocals), the guitar-driven assault of Jason Gonzales (lead guitar) and the dynamic rhythm section delivered by Thaddeus Wiseman (drums) and Manny Vega (bass).
www.theconnect.com /briantravisband.html   (134 words)

 Amazon.com: Good Feeling: Music: Travis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Travis is best known for being one of the most downbeat Britpop bands in existance, but their debut "Good Feeling" is Brit-rock -- happy rock, depressed rock, evenly divided between melancholy and joy.
For a beginner band they were remarkably polished -- the piano melodies are exquisite, and they do some remarkable things with crunchy guitar riffs and some reverbing basslines.
First I want to say that Travis is one of the best British bands ever, they have become popular in a lot of places and they deserve it.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000002BZD?v=glance   (1314 words)

 CD Baby: TRAVIS ALLISON BAND: Color - from galaris   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Band proves once again they don't have to take a back seat to anyone in the music industry.
Travis Allison surrounds himself with some of the best musicians on the planet and together with his unique-sultry vocal style, has created a musical Masterpiece that screams to be played over and over again.
The Travis Allison Band demonstrates on this CD they have created a recognizable sound all of their own.
cdbaby.com /cd/taband01/from/galaris?cdbaby=11f882222e5a59bbdf50d286...   (596 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: The Invisible Band: Music: Travis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The opening "Sing" sounds like since their inception, all Travis have been missing is a banjo; the florid "Flowers In The Window" harks back to McCartney's finest Beatles compositions; and the synth-led "The Humpty Dumpty Love Song" lays Travis' sentimental heart bare.
Invisible band is what I like about Travis so much, they produce music which is just honest and straight from the heart.
Three Travis singles are included on this album, the most obvious standout being the classic "Sing".
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/B00005K9N7   (1425 words)

 Travis Allison Band - About The Band - Patrick Norris - Guitar
While attending Clemson University, he and a few partners-in-crime started a band, wrote a few songs, bought a PA system, and began traveling all over the southeast (learning to play their instruments along the way).
After the move, Patrick and Travis began playing acoustic duo shows around town as a side-project to the TAB and Exactus.
Eventually, in late 2003, Patrick joined the band full-time on guitar and vocals and began contributing his own original songs to the band.
www.travisallison.com /about/patrick.html   (231 words)

 Tom Travis and the Bluegrass Incident - Band page with free MP3 music downloads on SoundClick
During his forty-years-plus in the music, Tom has been involved in all its aspects including success in the Tom & Smiley duo throughout the 1960's, with large international album sales; regular radio and TV appearances; extensive touring and a long period in charge of the Edale Bluegrass Festival, the largest of its type outside America.
The musicians in Tom’s band are acknowledged as some of the best in bluegrass, so anyone into virtuoso banjo, fiddle and mandolin, with high lonesome singing is in for a treat.
Tom Travis has been a bluegrass band leader since 1981, in fact the first band he played in as a member was The Double 'T' Ramblers in 1962.
www.soundclick.com /tomtravisandthebluegrassincident   (580 words)

 Internet Archive: Travis Rocco Band
Travis Rocco Band Live at Lucky's on 2004-10-30
Travis Rocco Band Live at Lion's Den on 2004-04-02
Travis Rocco Band Live at Palisano Pavilion, Canisius College on 2005-04-07
www.archive.org /details/TravisRoccoBand   (206 words)

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