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UPCOMING ALBUM WITH JAZZ GUITARIST, DR. CHRIS BEYT.

I’m very excited to have been asked to play on guitarist, Chris Beyt’s upcoming album.  It will feature Chris on guitar, Mike Fenoglio on alto saxophone, Mikel Combs on bass and Matt Endres on drums.  We’ll be doing  a video for a fundraising campaign, then recording the album in late September, 2014.  Chris’ compositions and his playing are remarkable.  Stay tuned for more updates on this project.  You can visit his website here: CHRIS’ WEBSITE  

INTERVIEW WITH LAURA KENNEDY 89.1FM WGLT AIRED AUGUST 23rd, 2013

In March, 2012 Travis was interviewed by jazz radio personality Laura Kennedy (WGLT 89.1 fm) on his new album release, Cycle By Three.  This short segment features a Q & A session between Travis and Laura along with selected tracks from the album.

Click Here To Hear Travis’ Interview On His New Album, Cycle By Three

CYCLE BY THREE IS OFFICIALLY RELEASED!

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CYCLE BY THREE (AUGUST, 2013), AVAILABLE ON CDBABY  iTUNES  AMAZON

“While Travis Welsey’s playing on 2012′s Natural Diversion showed his roots, Cycle By Three displays his individuality and creativity. This colorful and inventive set points the way towards the piano trio of the future.”  - Scott Yanow, author of ten books including The Jazz Singers, Trumpet Kings, Jazz On Film and Jazz On Record 1917-76 (July, 2013).

“On Cycle By Three, each track is a standout that holds tight to the thread that join the songs together.  The superb empathy between these players pulls you in from the start and will stay with you long after.” - Laura Kennedy, Jazz journalist and radio personality, WGLT Radio 89.1FM.

 

NATURAL DIVERSION (MARCH, 2012 RELEASE)

THE TRAVIS WESLEY TRIO NATURAL DIVERSIONS

“A fixture in the Midwest where his trio appears regularly, pianist Travis Wesley is heard at his best on his new CD, Natural Diversion. Teamed with bassist Matt Hughes and drummer Tom Marko, the pianist displays what he learned from studying and enjoying the music of such straight ahead greats as Red Garland, Wynton Kelly, Erroll Garner and Ahmad Jamal, yet infuses the performances with his own musical personality, building upon their innovations rather than merely recreating ideas from the past.” - Scott Yanow

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