Davenport Cabinet

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Davenport Cabinet
Origin New York, USA
Genres Alternative rock
Labels Equal Vision
Associated acts Coheed and Cambria, The Prize Fighter Inferno, Fire Deuce
Website Myspace Site
Members Travis Stever, Tyler Klose, Tom Farkas, Michael Robert Hickey, Rory Hohenberger

Davenport Cabinet is the solo project of Travis Stever of Coheed and Cambria. It was previously called The English Panther.

The English Panther[edit]

As The English Panther, Stever released one album in late 2006, entitled The English Panther.

In 2008, Stever renamed the project Davenport Cabinet after two magicians, the Davenport Brothers of the mid-to-late 19th century. He has stated the reasoning for this as "I realized that I had no connection to the English Panther name. It was a joke name given to me a long time ago and I used it purely out of convenience. Frankly I think the name sucks now. Recently I found a name that is a better fit to the project."[1] In late 2008 Stever released the album Nostalgia In Stereo as Davenport Cabinet. This album contains a mixture of old material written for The English Panther as well as new songs. As of 2011 Stever's cousin Tyler Klose joined Davenport Cabinet. He along with Stever plays guitar and sings. Together they have created a full length album titled Our Machine released January, 15th 2013. In May of 2013 Tom Farkas (Bass) and Michael Robert Hickey (Drums) joined Davenport Cabinet as full-time members. As a band they have completed an EP titled "Risks in Magic", released November 13th 2013.

Discography[edit]

  • The English Panther (released December 22, 2006)
  • Nostalgia In Stereo (released October 14, 2008)
  • 12 inch split with One Small Step For Landmines (released June 2010)
  • Our Machine (released January 15, 2013)
  • Risks in Magic (released November 12, 2013)
  • Damned Renegades (released September 30, 2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Davenport Cabinet". Retrieved March 26, 2010.