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Travis Bowlin

Rank #1 US Monteagle, TN Rock / Blues / Singer Songwriter

50% of sales go to the charity World Vision.

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Sounds Like: Blues Traveler, Joe Cocker, BB King

Label: Moonbeam Records

Bio: Travis Bowlin was born into a family of true music lovers, not players, but real listeners. From Rock 'n Roll to Southern Gospel, Motown to Country, he listened to a wide range of Roots music...giving him the foundation for his powerful soul, rocky, but smooth blues voice. He grew up with strug... See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Happy Hump Day, Everyone! So tonight at midnight my fundraiser through Booster will be over. I want to thank you... http://t.co/LP8XN3LB0Y

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  • Adam Gordon (Artist) Adam Gordon
    Hey Travis! Cool music. I really enjoyed it. Keep it up and all the best! Bass greetings, AG
  • AWE.SOME (Artist) AWE.SOME
    Great music, Travis!:))) Stay unique as you are and sincere in what you do! Cheers!:))) \m/
  • Sick Monkey (Artist) Sick Monkey
    Got the Goods is solid, you got the goods. Best wishes.
  • jaimze (Artist) jaimze
    love your sound...great singing...all the love and respect to you from Jaimze in Seattle
  • Chuck Brunicardi (Artist) Chuck Brunicardi
    "Got the Goods" sample showcases your amazing voice and style Travis. Best wishes from LA.
  • Aira Winterland (Artist) Aira Winterland
    Great rock!! Peace to the world!! Aira
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Q: Not really a question, more of a compliment...you use rhythm magnificently on "Bad Bad Man!" Takin notes over here on Signal Mountain...Herb Bushnell
A: Thank you, Herb. I've always been a huge fan of classic rock and how rhythm players held down the groove but always would add guitar licks after chords. Bad, Bad Man starts in 6/8 then 4/4 back to 6/8. Which was really a mistake I had made during the recording on the demo (I didnt use a click) and my mind went to the 4/4 rhythm during the bridge and the rest is history. Sometimes there are good mistakes out there i guess!

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