"The music has an operatic quality, and with Tyson's ethereal and sometimes frenetic violin playing , the RFR sound rings like a lament, especially with Travis' haunting voice. The result is emotional, heart-wrenching, bordering on maudlin- but there's a ridiculous amount of talent found here." Glen Starkey Arts Editor, New Times San Luis Obispo June 24, 2004
Music can be the fingerprint of a generation. It can put into words the identity and the struggles of the times. Rain Fur Rent captures the mood and the emotions of our generation. In the days of mere catchy riffs, RFR inspires...
Front man Travis Warren grew up in Amarillo, Texas and is the son of two professional guitarists. He relocated to the Central Coast of California in 1997 at the age of 17 to officially start his professional music career. It wasn't long before he met his future band mates playing in local clubs........ Rain Fur Rent Project started as an acoustic side project in late 2002. Its humble beginnings were first seen in local coffee shops. Calling on other aspiring artists in the area, the group took off.
Their sound is a diverse example of modern and classic styles including rock, electronic, and acoustic finger-picking style music that has the maturity of musicians that have been playing music their whole lives. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.