Guests at the Clear Channel gift lounge were treated to copies of the Nashville-based songwriter's highly anticipated sophomore release.
Online PR News – 28-January-2014 –Grammy weekend is packed with parties, concerts honoring music legends and, for many of the music industry's biggest stars, free merchandise. At most events, complementary "swag bags" filled with promotional items and coupons from some of the biggest names in fashion, jewelry and electronics are handed out to attendees.
This year the gift bags at the Clear Channel KIIS FM Gifting Suite celebrating the 56th annual Grammy Awards have a special musical treat inside. "American Dream", the sophomore album from songwriter Travis Marsh will be included among the other valuable merchandise.
“This album is going to be a pretty great listen. Country tracks, rock songs, ballads, and also some intimate acoustic.”
"This album is going to be a pretty great listen. Country tracks, rock songs, ballads, and also some intimate acoustic. Overall the album sits in a pretty modern country lane with some rock elements. Travis definitely has the singer-songwriter feel," said Grammy-nominated "American Dream" Producer Jamie Candiloro. Some of Candiloro's previous work includes projects with artists like Ryan Adams, REM, The Eagles and Willie Nelson.
Written by Marsh over the last year, "American Dream" is a broadly-influenced Alt-country record that incorporates Marsh's varied musical taste to tell stories taken directly from his own life, but in a way that's as relatable as it is personal.
"The music on the album is basically the trials and victories of everyday life," Marsh commented. "The goal for me is to make a compilation of good music and hope the people like it and can relate. Honestly, I'm chasing my own American Dream every day."
"American Dream" is now available on iTunes (http://bit.ly/1flLIQc) and Amazon Music (http://amzn.to/1hx2bT8).
Connect with Travis Marsh on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/TravisMarshMusic) and Twitter (http://twitter.com/travis_marsh) and sample more of his music via YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/travismarshmusic).
For more information about American Dream, or to view Marsh's Electronic Press Kit, visit http://travismarshmusic.com/travis-epk-2/.
About Travis Marsh:
Travis Marsh (http://travismarshmusic.com) began playing guitar when he was only 11 and penned his first original song at the age 13. His first album, "Log Angeles", a collection of songs he'd written between ages 13 and 18, was released in 2009. His much-anticipated follow-up, American Dream, hit the scene in December of 2013. Marsh has shared the stage with Casey Abrams, Collin Raye, Joel Crouse, The Band Perry, Honey Honey and Spun Honey.