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Travis Edmonson - Travis On Cue LIVE 1962 ITCC Sealed A26 4-TRACK TAPE
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Travis Edmonson - Travis On Cue LIVE 1962 ITCC Sealed A26 4-TRACK TAPE
Travis Edmonson - Travis On Cue LIVE 1962 ITCC Sealed A26 4-TRACK TAPE
Travis Edmonson - Travis On Cue LIVE 1962 ITCC Sealed A26 4-TRACK TAPE
Travis Edmonson - Travis On Cue LIVE 1962 ITCC Sealed A26 4-TRACK TAPE

Travis Edmonson - Travis On Cue LIVE 1962 ITCC Sealed A26 4-TRACK TAPE

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Travis Edmonson (September 23, 1932 – May 9, 2009) was an American folk singer, who performed both as a soloist and in the group Bud and Travis.

Edmonson was born on September 23, 1932 in Long Beach, California, but grew up in Nogales, Arizona, just across the border from Mexico. At the age of 5, he briefly played the role of Curley on the TV show Our Gang. Edmonson began his singing career at age seven a member of the St. Andrew's Episcopal Church choir, where he sang with his three older brothers. He attended Tucson High School where he further developed as a singer and learned to play the guitar. After high school, Edmonson attended the University of Arizona, where he studied anthropology. Edmonson took a strong interest in Native American tribes, including the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, helping to produce a Spanish-Yaqui dictionary. As a result, in 1948, the tribe made him an honorary member. Travis studied other native communities, and even lived on an Apache reservation.

Edmonson did not graduate from the University of Arizona, but he "became locally famous for serenading college girls" and met first his wife while studying there. In the early 1950s, Edmonson served in the United States Army, before beginning his musical career in San Francisco. After singing solo, he joined a quartet, the Gateway Singers with Louis Gottlieb. In 1958, he left the Gateway Singers to form Bud and Travis along with Bud Dashiell, a friend of his brother. The two recorded eight albums in seven years and became quite popular, appearing at many nightclubs and on television, including a guest appearance on the show The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. The two played folk music, infused with the influence of Mexican styles that Edmonson enjoyed, particularly mariachi. After seven years together, the two split up and Edmonson continued to perform solo.

Edmonson was considered a folk music "pioneer" and influenced groups such as the Kingston Trio. Bob Shane, the only surviving member of the trio, said in an interview that he "idolized him," saying "he had command of the stage better than anyone I've ever seen." Edmonson suffered a stroke in 1982, after which he experienced health problems and performed little until his death on May 9, 2009 in Mesa, Arizona.

For his musical accomplishments, Travis was inducted into the Hall of Fame by the Tucson Area Music Awards in 1995.

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Because this tape is sealed new and we cannot inspect for play-ability, we offer no warranty or guarantees on how well this tape will perform once it is opened and removed from the cellophane package. Because this sealed new 4-track tape is very old, the foam pad and glue on the splice most often has a tendency to deteriorate over many years of time. Always inspect and replace if necessary those items before playing any sealed new 4-track tape, or damage to the tape and player may occur.
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