Travis Cottle is an Atlanta-based Singer-Songwriter and Multi-Instrumentalist. His career in Atlanta began in 2003 singing for the Atlanta Opera while maintaining a busy performing schedule as a Classical and Jazz Trombonist. For most of the past 15 years he has worked as a Staff Church Singer and/or Music Director while also recording and performing with Atlanta-based independent artists.
In 2016, Travis founded the Georgia Players Guild, a group dedicated to faithfully recreating and preserving popular music of the 20th century. Travis serves as Musical Director to several productions at the Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre, including A Christmas Tradition, Jukebox Giants, and the popular Strand Ole Opry Series.
Travis has enjoyed freelancing with local artists such as Blair Crimmins, Chris Stalcup and the Whiskey Gentry, as well as iconic artists Vincent DiMartino, Doc Severensen, The Glenn Miller Band and the Tommy Dorsey Band. He has also shared the stage with contemporary legends such as Jennifer Nettles, Zac Brown, The Whigs and American Aquarium.