Travis Meadows

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Travis Meadows was born on 1965 in Mississippi, United States. Discover Travis Meadows’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?

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Age55 years old
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BirthplaceMississippi, United States
NationalityUnited States

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Travis Meadows Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Travis Meadows


In 2017, Meadows released his fourth album, First Cigarette. The album was produced by Jeremy Spillman and assisted by Jay Joyce, and it the first album by Meadows to receive label support. It is also his first album to appear on Billboard charts, reaching No. 21 on Heatseekers Albums and No. 48 on Independent Albums. It sold 1,100 sold in its debut week, reaching No. 17 on Americana/Folk Album Sales and No. 34 on Country Album Sales.


In 2016, Travis Meadows was featured in an episode of the television show American Elements.


In 2011, Meadows released a studio album, titled Killing Uncle Buzzy, written in 2010 while he was recovering from his alcohol addiction during his fourth period in rehab. According to Meadows, a counselor had suggested keeping a journal, which led to him writing songs instead. In 2013, after his songwriting contract with Universal expired, he began writing independently before signing with independent record label Kobalt Music and releasing a third album, Old Ghosts & Unfinished Business.


At the age of 16, he began playing in local bands, starting his musical career as a drummer before beginning to play the harmonica and guitar by the time he was 21. During his early 20s, he performed with blues musicians such as Sam Myers, and moved to Gatlinburg, where he began writing songs. In his mid-20s, Meadows became a Christian missionary and later a preacher, traveling around the United States and overseas, as well as writing and performing Christian music. By his late 30s, however, he had become disenchanted with the church, and moved to Nashville to pursue a songwriting career. He signed a contract with Universal Music Publishing, but at the same time his life-long drinking and drug habits led to a multi-year descent into alcoholism and abuse. After four trips to rehab, he succeeded in regaining sobriety in 2010.


Travis Meadows (born 1965) is an American country music singer and songwriter. He has released four albums, as well as writing songs for other country artists.

Meadows was born in 1965 in Mississippi, growing up in Jackson. He began using drugs at an early age, and when he was 14, he was diagnosed with bone cancer, which eventually led to the loss of most of his right leg.