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Travis Morrison was born on 16 December, 1972, is a Musician,computer programmer.
|Age||48 years old|
|Born||16 December 1972|
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Dating & Relationship status
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Travis Morrison Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Travis Morrison worth at the age of 48 years old? Travis Morrison’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. He is from . We have estimated Travis Morrison’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Musician|
Travis Morrison Social Network
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As of mid-2012, Morrison lives in the New York City area, works as a computer programmer (formerly at the Washington Post and then Huffington Post), and is married to journalist and podcaster Katherine Goldstein.
In the summer of 2009, Morrison’s official website was updated to state that he has retired from making music, and that there will be no more shows, records or bands. When The Dismemberment Plan reunited for shows in early 2011, Morrison said of the ‘retirement’, “I think I just didn’t have any plans for any solo music, and I just think I thought it sounded funny to say I was retiring … I mean, it seems more fun than to say, ‘I have no plans.'” Morrison currently works as the director of commercial development for The Huffington Post, and currently plays in a band called Time Travel with Matt Walsh of The Forms. In March 2011, he told Glide Magazine that Time Travel plans on making an album. In May 2012, D.C. label Bad Friend Records released a 7″ of previously unheard material the Travis Morrison Hellfighters recorded before breaking up.
In September 2004 Morrison assembled a band to play his solo songs live. Consisting of Brandon Kalber (bass, keyboards), Saadat Awan (drums), David Brown (percussion), Kristen Forbes (keyboards and backup vocals) and Morrison on vocals and keyboards. At first the band’s live show consisted of three synths, percussion and drums but Morrison stated “none of us could play keyboards very well, so it was kind of hard after a while.” Over time, Forbes left the band, the band introduced guitar & bass to their live sound and the band would begin touring as Travis Morrison Hellfighters. Travis and the Hellfighters continued to tour for the album and demoed new songs together. By the summer of 2005, the band had come into their own and were playing shows of entirely new material, only playing the occasional Travistan song. Travis and the Hellfighters have finished a new album, titled All Y’all, that was released on August 21, 2007  and is currently streaming on Travis’ website and was produced by Travis’s former bandmate, Jason Cadell. The album was mixed by Joel Hamilton.
In 2005 through most of 2007 Morrison lived in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC with his girlfriend and worked for the website of The Washington Post, heading their advertising programming and production department.
In 2004, Morrison moved to Seattle, Washington and began working closely in the studio with both Ben Gibbard and Chris Walla of Death Cab for Cutie, a frequent tourmate of The Plan. Morrison then began doing a nationwide tour of a solo show with just him and an acoustic guitar. The shows consisted of him doing mostly covers of songs varying a wide variety of genres (from Spoon to Fiddler on the Roof and beyond). He also began playing some songs he was working on for a solo album. Around this time, he posted up mp3s of songs he was working on for his solo album as well as a cover of Ludacris’s “What’s Your Fantasy” which was listed as a “must download” in Entertainment Weekly.
In the summer of 2004, Morrison had moved back to the D.C. area and in September 2004 he released his first solo album, Travistan, through Barsuk Records. The album was co-produced by Chris Walla.
In 1993, Morrison formed The Dismemberment Plan with old Lake Braddock friends. Despite his mother’s initial reluctance, the band practiced in bassist Eric Axelson’s basement frequently and began playing shows. By 1995 they released their debut album ! on D.C. based DeSoto Records. After original drummer Steve Cummings left the band, he was replaced by Joe Easley and the band’s lineup would remain that way throughout their existence. Morrison was the guitarist and vocalist for The Plan from their formation in 1993 to their final show at the 9:30 Club in D.C in 2003. The band released four LPs and two EPs and gained a large following for their energetic live show, mostly due to Morrison’s “booty-shaking” moves onstage. Their final two studio albums Emergency & I and Change were some of the most revered rock albums in the late-90s and early-2000s . Despite this, the band continued to work freelance jobs on the side to support themselves, Morrison taking up various computer and graphic design jobs.
Travis Morrison (born December 16, 1972) is an American musician and web developer from the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., United States. He is best known as leader of indie-rock band The Dismemberment Plan and as a solo artist.