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Primary Instrument: Trumpet

Born: November 16, 1925 | Died: October 7, 1964

Nick Travis was an American jazz trumpeter. He was from the Olney section of Philadelphia

Travis started playing professionally at age 15, playing in the early 1940s with Johnny McGhee, Vido Musso (1942), Mitch Ayres, and Woody Herman (1942–44). In 1944 he joined the military; after his service he played with Ray McKinley (1946–50, intermittent), Benny Goodman (1948–49), Gene Krupa, Ina Ray Hutton, Tommy Dorsey, Tex Beneke, Herman once more (1950–51), Jerry Gray, Bob Chester, Elliot Lawrence, and Jimmy Dorsey (1952–53). From 1953-56 he was a soloist in the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra. After this he became a session musician for NBC, but played with Gerry Mulligan (1960–62) and Thelonious Monk (1963, at Lincoln Center)....
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Featured recording “The Panic Is On”

The Panic Is On

RCA Victor
1954
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    The Panic Is On

    RCA Victor
    1954
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