Welcome to TravisBridges.com
Known as South Florida’s Smooth and Soulful Sax Man, Travis’ unique sound has been described as “music for your soul…, a smooth jazz vibe with an inspirational feel, an R&B groove with just a pinch of funk.”
His deeply moving, inspirational style can be heard in his own compositions and while accompanying other known recording artists.
A native of North Carolina, Bridges met his first musical love, the saxophone, at age ten during his first performance when he won a competition for his rendition of the brass player’s classic, “When the Saints go Marching In.” An undeniable connection to his instrument grew over time, as Bridges formed a strong bond with the Alto, Tenor, and Soprano saxophone.
Travis recently released his second album, Horn of Plenty/harvest harmony (Mighty Horn Music, 2012), in his second collaboration with producer Michael Norman.
Milk and Honey/the overflow (Mighty Horn Music) was released in 2009.
Travis has opened for nationally known inspirational artists such: as Shirley Caesar, Oleta Adams, The Canton Spirituals, Shirley Murdock, Daryle Coley, Richard Smallwood, Ben Tankard, Yolanda Adams, J. Moss, and Helen Baylor. His music can often be heard on smooth jazz and inspirational radio and internet stations.
With a wide repertoire of inspirational, smooth jazz, and top-40 songs, Travis is often called upon to perform concerts, conferences, and corporate events. He is also available for weddings, banquets, private events, church services and other special occasions.