Travis announce only US show of the year

Travis have announced that they'll play their only US show of the year in Los Angeles next month. - Source

New Travis Album On the Way

'20 Latin Piece Choir' among the boxes ticked on new record by Fran Healy and co. - Source

Travis Drummer in Hospital

TRAVIS have cancelled all forthcoming European tour dates, as drummer Neil Primrose is in hospital with a suspected broken vertebrae. Primrose was injured in a pool accident in France, where the band are currently on tour. The official word from the Travis camp: "Whilst relaxing in the pool, Travis drummer Neil Primrose struck his head and was knocked unconscious. After realising his predicament, other band and crew members dragged Neil from the pool and gave him assistance. He was taken by ambulance to the local hospital in Belfort to receive treatment and to undergo tests.


Travis/Remy Zero

Travis/Remy Zero
October 23, 2001
Universal Amphitheater

There just may be no nicer bands on the planet than Travis and Remy Zero, who hosted a packed house at Universal Amphitheater with a warm embrace that Martha Stewart would've been jealous of. The two bands-who've been close friends since first meeting and touring together back in 1999-obviously enjoy each other's company so much that the good feeling just can't help but spill out over the stage and drench the audience. Not that the crowd minded one bit; carried away on a wave of optimism and catchy tunes, a grateful crowd was on its feet and cheering loudly for the majority of each band's set.

Review by Lisa Y. Garibay


Travis Release US Single

TRAVIS will be releasing a double A-side single IN THE STATES on Sept. 5. The single, for "Turn" and "Why Does It Always Rain On Me?" will FINALLY give Americans a domestic release for the b-side fans have clamored for - the Travis cover of Britney Spears' "Baby One More Time."

Remy Zero to Open For Travis

Just a quick note of confirmation: REMY ZERO has snagged the support slot for the forthcoming North American TRAVIS tour.

Travis's 'The Man Who' US Release

Travis' latest album, The Man Who, was released this past May in the UK. American fans will be slightly pleased to know that it will hit American shelves on April 11th, 2000 by Epic records, just shy of a full year. And to make sure that the hardcore fans who have already picked up the import buy the domestic version, Epic records have decided to add three bonus live tracks to the US version: "Driftwood", "Slide Show", and "More Then Us".