Pat Travers Hard rock Artist

Pat travers

Patrick Henry "Pat" Travers (born April 12, 1954) is a Canadian rock guitarist, keyboardist and singer who began his recording career with Polydor Records in the mid-1970s. Pat Thrall, Nicko McBrain, Mick Dyche, Tommy Aldridge, Peter "Mars" Cowling, Barry Dunaway, Jerry Riggs, and Carmine Appice are some of the noted musicians who have been members of the Pat Travers Band through the years. Kirk Hammett of Metallica has cited him as one of his favorite guitar players. Pat Travers was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Soon after picking up the guitar at age 12, he saw Jimi Hendrix perform in Ottawa. Inspired by Hendrix, as well as other artists including Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, Travers began playing in bands early in his teens; his first bands were the Music Machine (not to be confused with the Californian psychedelic/garage band of the same name), Red Hot, and Merge, which played in Quebec-area clubs. While performing with Merge, he was noticed by rock artist Ronnie Hawkins, who invited Travers to perform with him. Next, the young guitarist moved to London and landed a deal with the Polydor label in his early 20's.

Personal details

Date of birth
April 12th, 1954
Nationality
Canada

Music albums

Album title Release date Release type Recording type Recording length Additional artists Contributors
Blues on Fire
2012 Album
Stick With What You Know: Live in Europe
2007 Album Live Album
P. T. Power Trio 2
February 21st, 2006 Album
Bazooka
2005 Album
Boom Boom
2000 Album on compact disc Live Album
Blues Tracks 2
1998 Album
BBC Radio 1: Live in Concert
1997 Album on compact disc Live Album
Halfway to Somewhere
1995 Album on compact disc
Blues Magnet
1994 Album on compact disc
Blues Tracks
1992 Album
School of Hard Knocks
1990 Album on compact disc
Radio Active
Rock music
1981 Album on gramophone record
Crash and Burn
Hard rock, Blues rock, Rock music
1980 Album on gramophone record
Pat Travers Band
Heat in the Street
Rock music
1978 Album
Putting It Straight
Rock music
1977 Album 37 minutes
Whiskey Blues
Album Live Album
Hot Shot
Album
The Best of Pat Travers
Album

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