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The Sondheim Sessions
 
So Many People: The Sondheim Sessions

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This collection of songs represents Travis Moser's feelings and emotions over the past 6 months—family, friends, politics, self-identity and love—all through the lens of Stephen Sondheim’s music and lyrics. Songs include “So Many People” from Saturday Night to “What Can You Lose?” from the film Dick Tracy, among others. Travis is joined by musical director and pianist, Drew Wutke. The cover art was designed and created by Luke Price Designs. 
The Midtown Sessions
 
Just One Look: The Songs of Linda Ronstadt

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The album was recorded live and is based on Travis' show of the same name, which premiered at The Green Room 42 and paid homage to goddess Linda Ronstadt.
The Midtown Sessions
 
The Midtown Sessions

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The Midtown Sessions EP was recorded LIVE at The Smooth Spot Recording Studio and pays homage to the fierce women who have been KILLING it since Travis Moser was lip syncing to their songs in his childhood bedroom (i.e. 2 weeks ago). From Betty Buckley, Patti LuPone and Barbra Streisand's "As If We Never Said Goodbye" to Chita Rivera's "All That Jazz" to Barbara Cook's "Losing My Mind" and Linda Ronstadt's "Adios." This EP was recorded in the style of the great Julie Wilson’s DRG recordings - just Travis and piano.

This Can't Be Love: The Songs of Rodgers and Hart
 

This Can't Be Love:
The Songs of Rodgers and Hart


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"This Can't Be Love: The Music of Rodgers and Hart" celebrates one of the most prolific and legendary songwriting duos of all time. Travis Moser takes the listener on a unique journey through the Rodgers and Hart songbook. "This Can't Be Love: The Songs of Rodgers and Hart" was recorded live at New York City's famed Metropolitan Room featuring Steven Silverstein on piano and Daniel Stein on bass and guitar. Selections include new arrangements of "This Can't Be Love," Nobody's Heart (Belongs to Me)," "Manhattan" and many others! "This Can't Be Love: The Songs of Rodger and Hart" was mixed and edited by Michael Kevin Walsh at The Smooth Spot Recording Studio and mastered by Chris Graham at Chris Graham Mastering. Album art designed by Michael DeiCas.

This album was nominated for "Best Live Album of All Time" and "Best New Live Album" at the 2014 BroadwayWorld.com Album Awards!

Travis Moser Live at the Laurie Beechman Theatre

Travis Moser Live
at the Laurie Beechman Theatre


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Travis Moser performs new arrangements of contemporary and classic pop and musical theater songs live from NYC's famed Laurie Beechman Theatre. From Randy Newman to Stephen Sondheim, Travis weaves together songs of hope, yearning and home.

This album was nominated for "Best Live Album of All Time" and "Best New Live Album" at the 2014 BroadwayWorld.com Album Awards!


Singles
 
If I Ever Say I'm Over You

If I Ever Say I'm Over You
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The Christmas Song

I'll Be
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The Christmas Song

The Christmas Song
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In Whatever Time We Have

In Whatever Time We Have
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And So It Goes

And So It Goes
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The Rose

The Rose
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It Feels Like Home

It Feels Like Home
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Sooner or Later

Sooner or Later
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Fifty Percent

Fifty Percent
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Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
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The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
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Danglin'

Danglin'
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Get Here

Get Here
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Born For You

Born For You
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I've Dreamed Of You

I've Dreamed Of You
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