Travis Pinkham

Biography
Travis Pinkham is a singer songwriter from Farmington, Maine. Travis has been singing and writing songs since he was 14 years old. Travis’ roots originally started in country music, but in 2003 he was introduced to Christian Music when his brother took him to a Third Day concert. Since that day he has found a passion to bring people closer to Christ through his music. For the past 10 years he has won over 100 awards for his songwriting and vocals for both Gospel and Country statewide and nationally. In 2016 he was awarded Gospel Song of the Year for his new release song “Jesus Strong” at the North American Country Music Association located in Pigeon Forge, TN. The same year he released his new album “Unwind” selling over 500 copies to date. The album was awarded 2016 and 2017 Album of the Year through the Down East Country Music Association and Pine Tree State Country Music Association of Maine. Travis’ hit song “Jesus Strong” was also featured on 650AM WSM Grand Ole Opry Radio located in Nashville, TN. Travis’ songwriting is not the only thing that stands him out from everyone else. Travis has opened up for some well known musicians such as: Christian group The Wrecking, country star Joe Diffie, and the blues legend Eddie Kirkland. Travis is a well known musician in the state of Maine and has a loyal, supportive following. In the next years to come Travis would like to pursue his passion for music and songwriting by spreading the Gospel of Jesus while influencing others to do the same.