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Travis Larson Band

Travis Larson Band
Country
United States
Profile
Instrumental rock trio from San Luis Obispo, California. Well known for their live performances, the Travis Larson Band masterfully delivers full throttle rock-fusion that soars with originality
Website
http://http://www.travislarsonband.com
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Releases on file (9)
Travis Larson Band — Shift Travis Larson Band — Shift
(Precision Records PRCN-1010, 2013, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Soundmind Travis Larson Band — Soundmind
(Precision Records PRCN-1009, 2011, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change - Live Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change - Live
(Precision Records PRCN-1007, 2009, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change - Live DVD Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change - Live DVD
(Precision Records PRCN-1008, 2009, 2DVD)
Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change Travis Larson Band — Rate of Change
(Precision Records PRCN-1008, 2006, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Burn Season Travis Larson Band — Burn Season
(Precision Records PRCN-1005, 2004, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Rock Show Travis Larson Band — Rock Show
(Precision Records PRCN-1004, 2003, DVD)
Travis Larson Band — Suspension Travis Larson Band — Suspension
(Precision Records PRCN-1003, 2001, CD)
Travis Larson Band — Travis Larson Band Travis Larson Band — Travis Larson Band
(Precision Records PRCN-1001, 1998, CD)

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