Widely considered to be one of the all time greats of rock & Roll, Pat Travers Tore thru the 70's and 80's like a Heard of Angry water buffalo. Pat did not make a mark on Rock & Roll, he stomped a knot in its head. Pat is responsible for one of those most pure and memorable guitar styles with a guitar sound that is recognized from the first note.

   The Pat Travers Band has spent the better part of 35 years Tour the world and performing with some of the absolute greats such as Rick Derringer, Rush, Ted Nugent, and many more. Pat's Boom Boom Out Go The Lights and Snortin' Whiskey were staples of every rock radio station and continue to be played on stations across The country. The Pat Travers band is ready to play Festivals, Theaters, Rally's larger clubs and more.

During 1977 Travers added a second guitarist to his band, changed drummers twice including using Clive Edwards, and by the time Heat In The Street was released in 1978 had put together the Pat Travers Band. This grouping featured Travers on vocals and guitar, Pat Thrall on guitar, Cowling on bass, and Tommy Aldridge on drums and percussion. The band toured heavily, also supporting Rush on their Drive til You Die tour in support of A Farewell to Kings.[2] The band's next release was a live album entitled Live! Go for What You Know, which charted in the Top 40 in the United States and included "Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights)". This was followed by the 1980 release Crash and Burn, which climbed even higher on the charts, entering the Top 20. Snortin' Whiskey was a major American radio hit from this album and Pat Travers began the 1980s as a hot item in the hard rock music scene.