Travis Bowlin is pleased to announce the release of his newest musical single “Got the Goods”, which was recorded at 16th Edge Studios on historic Music Row in Nashville, TN and produced by Nolan Neal.

“Got the Goods” is a soulful, downright FUNKY rock song fronted by the rough yet smooth voice of Travis Bowlin. Written by Bowlin, Marla Sitten & Aubrey Wollett, the song reveals an encounter a man has with a woman who is tired of the same old loser guys she attracts. He does everything in his power to convince her that he is different and that he’s “Got the Goods”. This is definitely a track that will get you up and dancing. “Got the Goods” will be released to the public for sale September 17, 2014 and will available through GooglePlay, iTunes, Spotify, and other online music retailers.

“It’s really a Motown meets Rock song and timeless enough to relate to all ages”, says Bowlin. “It’s a track that I am very proud of and believe in.”

Along with “Got the Goods”, nine more songs have been recorded at 16th Edge Studios with producer, Nolan Neal. When not recording, Travis continues to play regular tour dates, writes as many songs as he can, and has recently made an appearance on national television.

About Travis Bowlin:
In 2014 Travis began recording his debut album at 16th Edge Studios in Nashville, TN produced by Nolan Neal. March 1, 2014 Travis released his first studio single “Bad, Bad Man”, which received radio air play on over 50’s stations worldwide, a live performance on Nashville’s NBC News, & many publications. Just a few months later in June, Travis had his national TV debut performing his original song “Traveling Man” on the TLC hit show 19 Kids & Counting during the “A Duggar Leaves Home” special starring Amy Duggar. With hundreds of performances under his belt over the last 15 years, Travis Bowlin is looking forward to his promising future and the release of his upcoming debut album followed by a tour.

About Nolan Neal/16th Edge Studios:
Nolan Neal has recently been seen singer lead for the successful Rock band Hinder (No public announcement has yet been made by the band.). An actual Nashville native, Nolan Neal was born to carve out his own musical legacy with a father who was a professional drummer and a mother who made her living as a singer. At the age of eighteen, Nolan played his first big gig opening for Eddie Money to an audience of 10,000 people.

About Moonbeam Records:
Moonbeam Records is an independent record label helping break independent artists into the business by building integrated marketing/PR strategies based on data from multiple outlets as well as digital distribution to develop the artist “brand.”