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Travis Larson Band on the road, October / November dates

Travis Larson Band is on the road, making their way across the Midwest and South, heading east, whilst plundering and pillaging each and every Subway. Spicy Italian is the October $5 featured footlong, after all.

by Peter Thelen, Published 2013-10-18

The band got some of the tentatives confirmed and details firmed up. Visit the tourdates page at www.travislarsonband.com for the latest and check back before making your TLB plans as the band is still tweaking and adding.

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