WCA Artist – Travis Thibodaux

Travis Thibodaux / The Travis Thibodaux Band

There’s no mistaking the world-class voice and musical talent of Travis Thibodaux.  This Louisiana-born singer/songwriter started his musical journey at the age of twelve after writing “Take My Hand” (which would be recorded by Grammy winner Wayne Toups and become a regional standard just a few years later).  By the following year, Thibodaux’s musical destiny was set as he began performing in bands across the Gulf Coast/Southern Louisiana area.

By his mid-twenties, Travis would spend several years in Nashville, Tennessee working as a session vocalist and performing artist for a publishing company owned by fellow LA-native, Steve Williams.  Travis spoke of his Nashville experience in a recent interview:

 “I spent four straight years writing songs five days a week, sometimes 12 hours a day. It was an absolutely fantastic experience that, in many ways, was harder than trying to balance live performances and songwriting at the same time. The successful songwriters I was blessed to work with are too long to list, but between great networking on behalf of the publishing company and as much work ethic as I could throw at them, I like to think I was able to get a lot of songs on hold for a lot of big country artists at the time.”

It was his work and dedication to professionalism in Nashville that caught the attention of legendary rock performer/songwriter Jonathan Cain of Journey.  In 2015, Travis was hired to be the newest member of Journey’s touring unit, providing background vocals and auxiliary keyboards on stage with some of the biggest icons in rock history:  Jonathan Cain, Neal Schon, Ross Valory, Steve Smith, and Arnel Pineda.

“What’s so cool about the Journey crowd is that everyone knows those songs,” Thibodaux said. “Their songs are so woven into the world fabric. When the first note comes on, all you hear is the roar of the crowd.”

In 2016, Travis released his latest recording “Travis Thibodaux.”   This six-song E.P. features brand-new original tracks recorded at Jay DeMarcuss’ (Rascal Flatts) studio in Nashville, Tennessee in 2015.  Showcasing Travis’ incredible vocal range and ability, the new record combines the best elements of country, rock and roll, soul, and southern style for a unique musical experience. The entire collection of songs is available on iTunes for download – including the first single – the radio-hit anthem “Try Girl.”

If a legendary world tour and new album wasn’t enough, Travis also leads the “Travis Thibodaux Band.”  During his off-nights of Journey’s schedule, Travis fronts one of the greatest supergroups in country – bringing together artists and session players that offer the absolute highest level of musical talent.  The Travis Thibodaux Band (TTB) performs at public and private events across the USA, including corporate events, charity galas, clubs, and festivals.  The TTB set list is a combination of incredible classic rock selections, as well as flavors from his Louisiana-roots upbringing, his long stint in the country music capital Nashville, TN, and original songs from his brand new album!

The William Credo Agency is proud to offer The Travis Thibodaux Band as part of our talent line-up.  For date inquiries, please contact a WCA representative: info@williamcredoagency.com




Travis Thibodaux and Journey (Live)

Travis Thibodaux Band Song List


Superstition (Stevie Wonder)

Sing, Sealed, Delivered (Stevie Wonder)

Living For The City (Stevie Wonder)

It’s Your Thing (Isley Bros.)

Mustang Sally (Wilson Pickett)

Give Me One Reason (Tracey Chapman)

Let’s Get It On (Marvin Gaye)

Hold On I’m Comin’ (Sam & Dave)

Brickhouse (The Commodores)

September / Let’s Groove Tonight (Earth, Wind & Fire)

Shake Your Body Down To The Ground (Michael Jackson)

Boogie Shoes (KC & The Sunshine Band)

Play That Funk Music (Wild Cherry)

Bad Mamajama (Carl Carlton)

Word Up (Cameo)

Billie Jean (Michael Jackson)

Rock With You (Michael Jackson)

Kiss (Prince)

Let’s Go Crazy (Prince)

Purple Rain (Prince)

This Is How We Do It (Montell Jordan)

Pony (Ginuwine)



Back That Thing Up (Juvenile)

Turn Down For What (Lil John)

Gangsta’s Paradise (Coolio)

Regulators (Warren G)

Halftime (Ying Yang Twins)

Ignition Remix (R Kelly)

Yea (Usher)


Recent Top 40 and Dance

Uptown Funk (Bruno Mars)

Treasure (Bruno Mars)

Get Lucky (Daft Punk)

Sugar (Maroon 5)

Jealous (Nick Jonas)

Levels (Nick Jonas)

Blurred Lines (Robin Thicke)

Talk Dirty (Jason Derulo)

Thinking Out Loud (Ed Sheeran)



Radioactive (Imagine Dragons)

Sweet Child O Mine (Guns & Roses)

Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey)

Faithfully (Journey)

Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin’ (Journey)

Send Her My Love (Journey)

Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)

Here I Go Again (Whitesnake)

Headed For A Heartbreak (Winger)

Pour Some Sugar (Def Leppard)

Summer of ’69 (Bryan Adams)

Want You To Want Me (Cheap Trick)

Your Love (The Outfield)

Honky Tonk Woman (The Rolling Stones)

Some Kind of Wonderful (Grand Funk Railroad)

All Right Now (Bad Company)

Tush (ZZ Top)

Three Steps (Lynyrd Skynyrd)

Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd)

You Shook Me All Night Long (ACDC)

Rock-n-Roll All Night And Party Every Day (Kiss)

Soul/Motown & Louisiana Music

Knock On Wood (Eddie Floyd)

Shake Rattle and Roll (Fats Domino)

Josephine (Fats Domino)

Jukebox Songs (Fats Domino)

Good Golly Miss Molly (Little Richard)

Lucille (Little Richard)

Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)

Be My Guest (Fats Domino)

Mathilda (Cookie & the Cupcakes)

Good Hearted Man (Fats Domino)

New Orleans Ladies (LaRoux)

Send Me Some Lovin’ (Little Richard)

Before I Grow Too Old (Tommy McClain)

Lord I Need Somebody Bad (Van Broussard)

Let’s Just Kiss And Say Goodbye (The Manhattans)

Got You On My Mind (Cookie & the Cupcakes)

Walkin’ To New Orleans (Fats Domino)

Take My Hand (Wayne Toups)

I Been Lovin’ You (Otis Redding)

Sweet Dreams (Tommy McClain)

Cry To Me (Solomon Burke)

Lookin For A Fool (Foret Tradition)

Shake Ya Tail Feather (Ray Charles)

That’s What I Love About My Baby (Wayne Toups)

Shotgun (Jr Walker & the Allstars)

Tee Na Na (Foret Tradition)

Going To The River (standard)

Drift Away (Dolby Gray)

At this Moment (Billy Vera & the Beaters)

If You Don’t Know Me By Now (Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes)

I Can’t Help Myself ( The Four Tops)

Don’t Let the Green Grass Fool You (Wilson Pickett)

Change is Gonna Come (Sam Cooke)

Into the Mystic (Van Morrison)

Lonely Night in Georgia (Marc Broussard)

Slip Away (Clarence Carter)

Sweet Soul Music (Arthur Conley)

Ya Ya (Lee Dorsey)

Tennessee Blues (Johnnie Allan)

Bring It On Home (Sam Cooke)

When Something Is Wrong with My Baby (Sam & Dave)

You Can Leave Your Hat On (Joe Cocker)

Johnny B Good (Chuck Berry)



Wanted (Hunter Hayes)

All Is Fair In Love and War (Ronnie Milsap)

I’ll Still Be Lovin’ You – Restless Heart

Tenesse Whiskey (Chris Stapleton)

Calling Baton Rouge (Garth Brooks)

Trouble (Travis Tritt / Elvis Presley)

Neon Moon (Brooks & Dunn)

Lost in the Fifties Tonight (Ronnie Milsap)

Misery Loves Company (Porter Wagner)

You Look so Good in Love (George Strait)

Family Tradition (Hank Williams Jr.)

Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound (Hank Williams Jr.)

You Never Call Me By My Name (David Allan Coe)

Goodbye Time (George Strait)

Hell Yes I Cheated (Johnny Adams)

Fishing In The Dark (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)

Mountain Music (Alabama)

Together Again (Buck Owens)

Troubadour (George Strait)

Nobody In His Right Mind (George Strait)

He Stopped Loving Her Today (George Jones)

Today I Started Loving You Again (Merle Haggard)

Killing Time (Clint Black)


Line Dances

Cupid Shuffle (Cupid)

Footloose (Kenny Loggins)

The Freeze (Ronnie Milsap)

Wobble (V.I.C.)

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