"one of Vegas's most accomplished showmen!" -LVSun
"Riveting & transformative!" (944 Magazine) & "one of Vegas' most accomplished showmen” (LV Sun) are just a few praises for Travis Cloer.
Travis is truly one of the most expressive vocalist & impressive stage personalities to have come along in quite some time. His range is not only remarkable, but at the same time effortless and full of nuance.
From the stage to the screen to the recording studio, there is no denying that he has one of the most alluring, versatile, & freshest voices in the business today.
Not only does he hold the honor of having played "Frankie Valli" in the TONY and Grammy winning hit JERSEY BOYS longer than any other actor, he has enjoyed a successful solo career selling out venues across the country, performed with nationally accredited symphonies where he was called “Terrific & awe-inspiring” by BroadwayWorld.com & “spine tingling & goose bump inducing” by celebrity journalist Robin Leach.
Travis brings his magnetic personality & impeccable stage presence, & delivers a high energy show full of heart, soul, & emotion packed with new hits, re-imagined favorites, & unforgettable style.
As a featured soloist with both the Abilene & Las Vegas Philharmonics, his performance was called “Amazing” & "Classy, Jazzy, & Rat Pack smooth!"
Crowds jumped to their feet at his sold out appearances at Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. His show Setting the Standard filled the room with some of the best jazz, pop, & Broadway music the room has seen. The LVSun says,"he's one of Vegas' most accomplished showmen."
Christmas at My Place is the quintessential Holiday show and fills audiences with the warm feelings of the season. You never know which star from Broadway, the Screen, or the Strip will join Travis for a tune.
“I love the stage, & music has been my life for as long as I can remember. Whether I’m writing a song, performing solo with a guitar, or in a big production show, I am in a place that gives me so much joy. My heart if full of music & I give it fully to people who see me onstage. I hope that people are moved by what I do. If they are, I’ve done something right.”