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Singer songwriter Travis Meadows is an artist to the core, but his is not a story about music alone. It is a story about life; a story about religion and family; a story about addiction; a story about survival, sobriety and freedom, with music as the narrator.
‘An orphan who turned into a preacher.
A preacher who turned into a drunk.
A drunk who is learning to be a human being.”
His song “I’m A Riser” was recently recorded by country superstar Dierks Bentley. He received a 2001 ASCAP Christian Music Award, had eight Top 20 singles in the Contemporary Christian genre and landed a staff writer deal with Scott Gunter at Universal Music Publishing Group in 2005, writing with celebrated writers and artists from Nashville to London and garnering cuts by Lynard Skynyrd, Lee Ann Womack and Jake Owen as well as numerous #1 singles and five RIAA Gold Records with Australian artist Adam Brand.
His songs have recently been recorded by Ronnie Dunn, Dierks Bentley, Levi Lowery, Blackberry Smoke, Carly Pearce and Peter Fox of Go West, among others. The debut single off his new EP, “Unfinished Business”, launched April 23rd as an ITunes Exclusive, followed by his newest record, “Old Ghosts & Unfinished Business” that was released this summer.