Travers Brothership Homecoming Party @ Asheville Music Hall 3-23-2019
Hey, did you know Asheville’s very own Travers Brothership is heading overseas in February? Well, now you do and now you can join us at Asheville Music Hall for their Homecoming Party. No doubt they will have some great stories to tell!
“Travers Brothership, is captivating audiences across the US.” – Relix Magazine
Twin brothers Eric and Kyle Travers have been making music and stunning audiences since they started playing music together at 7 years old. In 2012 the brothers formed their latest project, Travers Brothership, a Soul/Funk/Rock/Jam ensemble based out of Asheville, NC with Ian McIsaac on keys and percussion. There is a reason Travers Brothership stands out among most acts on the scene today, they care to make each concert a unique and unforgettable experience. Utilizing the band’s unmatched live energy, instrumental prowess, and 3-part harmonies; they create a live atmosphere that transforms an audience into a community. A Travers Brothership concert is best described as a wild block party, and this is a party you don’t wanna miss. Following the success of the “I Don’t Mind EP” the band began touring nationally in 2013 and has since performed 400+ concerts across the United States. The band has shared the stage with many accomplished acts such as: Charles Bradley, Taj Mahal, Moe, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Blues Traveler, Robert Randolph, Leftover Salmon, Trombone Shorty, The Marcus King Band, Dr. John, and many more.
In 2014, Josh Clark (Bass & Vocals) climbed aboard Travers Brothership. This lineup change finalized the current roster of the band, enabling them to perform the 3-part harmonies that define their current sound. Over the course of two national tours the band began work with Grammy award winning producer, Juan “Pericles” Covaz, and Grammy nominated engineer, Matt Williams. Following recording sessions at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL and The Eagle Room in Asheville, NC the band’s first album “A Way To Survive” was complete. “A Way To Survive” was released in 2016 to critical acclaim and outstanding reviews. The album has won numerous awards including “Best Studio Album of 2016” at Homegrown Music Network, and has received airplay on radio stations throughout the U.S. and beyond. The band has won numerous other awards including: Winner in Raleigh NC’s Band Together Competition in 2017 and placing runner up in Floydfest’s On-The Rise Competition in 2018.
Travers Brothership just completed work on their sophomore LP, “Let The World Decide” at Echo Mountain Recording Studio’s and The Eagle Room in Asheville, NC. The album is due out on December 8th 2018.
In January of 2019 the band will embark on their first tour of Europe, and then return to the US to tour in support of “Let The World Decide” for the remainder of 2019.
Quotes from Press:
“Their single ‘Hold My Name’ displays the band’s tasteful songwriting, soulful vocals, and instrumental prowess” – Relix Magazine October 2017 Issue
“Now, the quartet is building a following that goes beyond just their hometown, where they are beloved and fixtures of the music scene.” – Scott Bernstein – Jambase.com
“This is a band that possesses a soulful magic and heart you don’t find in many young bands. This is real art.” – Danny Harlan Mote – Lucky Trend Music
“Asheville NC’s premiere Soul/Funk/Rock band, Travers Brothership, is captivating audiences across the US.” – Relix Magazine October 2017 Issue
“Travers Brothership is certainly on the uptick.” – Jason Gilmer – The 828
“The band are consummate musicians, jam-band aficionados with a deep understanding of their preferred genre. Put simply, they rock, and in doing so, their enthusiasm, gusto and talents carry the day.” – Robert F. – Leciester Bangs
“The soulful vibe of the multi-instrumental, multi-talented Brothership showcases their commitment to roots music and originality.” – Alli Marshall – Mountain Xpress
“These guys demonstrate the good music the comes out of the Southeast.” – Gwendolyn Lewis – Libro Musica
“There are hundreds of great bands aiming for the major leagues, but few of them bring such a complete package as Travers Brothership. In this horse race, I’ve found where I’m putting my money.” – Brian Swnek – Home Grown Music Network