Travis James Humphrey was born in northern Maine. He learned his trade from his father, Tim Humphrey, who taught him the rougher and finer points of being a working musician. After high school, Travis served with the United States Air Force as a Bandsman for 8 years. He returned home to Maine in 2003.
Travis has opened shows for B.B. King, Ricky Skaggs, Roy Clark, Bill Chinnock, The Don Campbell Band, Ayla Brown, Nora Jane Struthers, Steve Azar, Frankie Ballard, Jason Aldean, Michael Peterson, Andy Griggs, Peter Noone (Herman's Hermits), Entrain, Johnny Hiland, Murali Coryell, and Blackberry Smoke, both as a solo performer and as a backing guitarist for other feature performers.
Travis has released four studio albums as a civilian: "YellowCat Blues" (2002), "Cowgirl Romance" (2006), "Dirty Beautiful World" (2010), and "The Roadhouse Gospel Hour" (2014).