Abby Travis

The Go-Go's / The Eagles of Death Metal / The Bangles

First coming into the public eye as the 16-year-old bass player in the garagey Lovedolls; L.A.-born-and-raised Abby Travis went on to become a much-favored session bassist/singer with Elastica and Beck at Lollapalooza ’95, then with an eclectic array including The Go Go's, The Eagles of Death Metal, Masters of Reality, The Bangles, Exene Cervenka, Michael Penn, KMFDM, Butthole Surfer Gibby Haynes, Dee Dee Ramone, Vanessa Paradis and Spinal Tap.  She has four critically acclaimed (Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, AP) full length solo releases:  "The Abby Travis Foundation", "Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop", "Glittermouth", and "IV"  She has appeared in several indie films, including Shadow Hours, Weathermen ’69 and The Book of Manson, and makes frequent appearances in theater roles; her musical catalogue was adapted for the 2009 drag queen musical Little Black Veil in Los Angeles.


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