TRAVERS BROTHERSHIP WINTER 2016-17 COLORADO TOUR
Rocky Mountain Artists is very pleased to announce a run of winter Colorado dates for
TRAVERS BROTHERSHIP out of Asheville, NC
Travers Brothership will be touring to Colorado for the first time since summer 2015 for a series of dates to ring in 2017 as part of their national “A Way To Survive” tour. The Colorado run is highlighted by a big New Years Eve show in Winter Park.
You can check out Travers Brothership at the following dates:
12/27 (Tue) – The Bottleneck – Lawrence, KS
12/29 (Thu) – The Lazy Dog – Boulder, CO
12/30 (Fri) – Black Nugget – Carbondale, CO
12/31 (Sat) – Ullr’s Tavern – Winter Park, CO
1/2 (Mon) – Turk’s/Slow Groovin’ BBQ- Snowmass, CO
1/3 (Tue) – Turk’s/Slow Groovin’ BBQ- Snowmass, CO
1/4 (Wed) – Justice Snow’s – Aspen, CO
1/5 (Thu) – Tony P’s – Denver, CO
1/6 (Fri) – The Eldo – Crested Butte, CO
1/7 (Sat) – Cactus Jack’s – Evergreen, CO
Twin Brothers, Eric and Kyle Travers, have been brewing soul stew since they first began performing together at 13 years old. In 2012 the brothers formed their latest project, Travers Brothership, a 7-Piece Neo-Soul, Funk, and Rock n’ Roll ensemble based out of Asheville, NC.
Travers Brothership performs a wide variety of music, making each concert a unique experience. Utilizing the the band’s eclectic songwriting, they provide a live atmosphere that turns the audience into a community embracing musical fulfillment. Providing soulful grooves that insist on dancing shoes, Travers Brothership is sure to get you up on your feet to absorb their high energy performance.
In 2013, Travers Brothership released the “I Don’t Mind” EP. It reached the Top 20 spot in Reverb Nation’s National Charts, and peaked at the number 1 spot in the Asheville chart. In support of the EP, Travers Brothership began touring nationally and has since performed 300+ concerts across the United States. The band has shared the stage with many acomplished acts such as: String Cheese Incident, Taj Mahal, Blues Traveler, Robert Randolph, Charles Bradley, Leftover Salmon,Traveling McCourys, Moon Taxi, Pimps of Joytime, Trombone Shorty, Rebirth Brass Band, Dr. John, and many more.
Over the course of two national tours, the band began to work on a full-length album with Grammy award winning producer, Juan “Pericles” Covaz, in Winter Park, FL, and Grammy nominated engineeer, Matt Willams in Asheville, NC. After deciding to fund the album independently, the band raised $5,000 with a Kickstarter campaign, and finished recording in the winter of 2015.
Travers Brothership’s debut LP, “A Way to Survive”, was released in 2016 on CD, iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play, and most other online distributors. The album has already received very positive reviews, and instantly recieved airplay on radio stations throughout the Southeast. Travers Brothership is currently touring the U.S. in support of thir debut album “A Way To Survive”.