Travis Wyrick

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Travis Wyrick
Wyrick in Studio.jpg
Wyrick working in his studio
Background information
Born (1970-05-15) May 15, 1970 (age 46)
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Genres Rock, heavy metal, country, punk rock
Occupation(s) Record producer, audio engineer, composer, mixer
Instruments guitar, bass, keyboards, piano
Years active 1990-present

Travis Wyrick is a music producer and owner of Lakeside Studios in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is particularly known for his work with bands such as P.O.D., Pillar, 10 Years, Nine Lashes, and Disciple, and artists such as TobyMac and Dolly Parton.[1] Throughout his career, he has produced over 30 No. 1 radio singles.[2] Prior to becoming a producer, Wyrick was lead guitarist with the band Sage. In 1998, he released the industrial rock album Mental Floss under the mononym Wyrick.[3] Two years later, he released Aggressive State... as the project's sophomore effort.[4]

Early Years[edit]

From 1990-1994, Wyrick was the lead guitarist with hard rock band Sage. The band opened for acts such as Bon Jovi and Bad Company. They released two albums - "Luv N' Lust" in 1992 and "State of Mind" in 1994 before disbanding in 1994 when Wyrick "dedicated himself to his family, church, and production."[5]

Other Work[edit]

Wyrick has worked with famous country singer Dolly Parton on several occasions for various shows and other projects.





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