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Travis Rush - Come and Get It Review

by Sherrill Fulghum

Travis Rush may have been born in the small Oregon town of Gold beach but he is a country boy through and through. Travis approaches his music a little different than the typical country music artist. Travis still makes his home in Oregon and not Nashville. He did not follow in his father's footsteps and learn to play the guitar; he followed his mom instead and started taking piano lessons when he was in the first grade. As a child he played in a band with other family members, but after high school Travis became a part of the Up with People tour.

"Come and Get It' is the debut CD for Travis and contains 12 original songs. His music is mostly country with a little rock'n'roll. Travis' piano playing is a big part of those songs. While the songs are about love and loss; they are not the typical boo hoo cry in the beer type of country song. Travis is passionate about life and living. He brings that passion to his music.

Travis Rush has found his place among the country music stars of today with the release of "Come and Get It"

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Travis Rush - Come and Get It

Label:Mason records/2006

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