Travis and the St. Lou's

Travis and the St. Lou's

 Ishpeming, Michigan, USA
BandBluesSoul

Travis Swanson, Jimmy Nevala and Scott Syrjala play the blues and R & B like it's going out of style (which it isn't by the way)! With a set list that would rival any true blues band and originals that do the same, Travis and the St. Lou's are an absolute pleasure listen to and watch as well.

Biography

Travis and the St. Lou's formed in early 2010 and though they've only been playing together for a short time-their sound is one of veterans. Meeting at the infamous Wednesday Night Music Club, Travis Swanson, Jimmy Nevala and Scott Syrjala play the blues and soul like it's going out of style (which it isn't by the way)! Travis, their headsy front man, is one true young talent. Not old enough to drink, but he sure can wail on the guitar. Jimmy Nevala, keeping the low end down, and has the greatest fan book page ever, on Facebook. Crawling with his cane is Scott Syrjala, the old man of the group at 30 something - he just tries to keep up with these young talents.
With a set list that would rival any true blues band and originals that do the same, Travis and the St. Lou's are an absolute pleasure to not only listen to, but to see as well. They can be seen and heard all around the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Northern Wisconsin.

Set List

Honky Tonk- Bill Dogget
Reconsider Baby- Lowell Fulson
Aint Got You- Jimmy Reed
See See Baby- Freddie King
Dirty Work at the Crossroads- Clarence Gatemouth Brown
Sweet Little Angel- BB King
Tell Me- Travis Swanson
Somebody Else- Travis Swanson
Lovin Machine- Wynonie Harris
Travelin South- Albert Collins
She Belongs to Me- Travis Swanson
Side Tracked- Freddie King
Letter to My Girlfriend- Guitar Slim
All Your Love (I miss Loving)- Otis Rush
Dont Think About it Baby- Michael Bloomfield
Your Love Is Amazing- Robert Ward
Aint No Sunshine- Bill Withers
Phone Booth- Robert Cray
Good Work/Johnny B. Goode- Bodeans/ Chuck Berry
I Got a Woman- Ray Charles
Sugar Sweet- Muddy Waters
Twice as Old- Reverend Raven
Sloppy Drunk- Jimmy Rogers
What Id Say- Ray Charles
Tell Me Momma- Bob Dylan
I Miss You- Rolling Stones
Johnny 99 - Bruce Springsteen
Here I am ( Come and take me away)- Al Green
Born to Entertain - Robert Ward