The son of musical parents, Travis Daggett began playing guitar at the age of 14. Starting out in church playing gospel music with his preacher father, Travis quickly branched out after discovering–and falling in love with–the sounds of roots rock and Americana.
Based out of the greater Los Angeles area since 2012, Daggett has been performing all over the globe–from across the USA to Africa, Asia, Canada, Mexico, and Disneyland–and has shared the stage with musicians from all walks of life such as Tom Jones, Mickey Dolenz (The Monkees), the Beach Boys, John Stamos, King Leg, Lukas Nelson, Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters), J.W. Brown (Jerry Lee Lewis Band), Neil Morrow, Big Sandy, Buzz Campbell (Hot Rod Lincoln, Lee Rocker), Russell Scott, Jonny Bowler (Guana Batz), Eugene Edwards (Dwight Yoakam Band), Brian Whelan… the list is ever growing. He’s also one the country’s premiere guitarists for 1950s era Elvis tribute artists, and has channeled the late, great Scotty Moore behind premiere Elvis entertainers such as Scot Bruce, Dean Z, Brandon Bennett, Cody Ray Slaughter, and many more.