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Have Gun will Travel is an alternative folk-rock band, launched on January 24, 2006. Based in Bradenton, Florida, they make reference to the town in several songs, including Salad Days from the album Postcards from the Friendly City ("The Friendly City" is also a reference to Bradenton). Lead vocalist Matt Burke's songwriting draws on western themes of life and death, honor, and morality throughout the band's narrative songs.

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  • Have Gun will Travel is an alternative folk-rock band, launched on January 24, 2006. Based in Bradenton, Florida, they make reference to the town in several songs, including Salad Days from the album Postcards from the Friendly City ("The Friendly City" is also a reference to Bradenton). Lead vocalist Matt Burke's songwriting draws on western themes of life and death, honor, and morality throughout the band's narrative songs.
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  • Have Gun will Travel is an alternative folk-rock band, launched on January 24, 2006. Based in Bradenton, Florida, they make reference to the town in several songs, including Salad Days from the album Postcards from the Friendly City ("The Friendly City" is also a reference to Bradenton). The band has Americana, folk-rock, country music, and punk-rock influence, and has been featured in a national Chevy TV commercial, as well as the PBS series Roadtrip Nation, and CBS's The Good Wife. On July 31, 2015 the band released their fifth album, Science from an Easy Chair, a full-length concept album based entirely on British explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and his 1914-16 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Lead vocalist Matt Burke's songwriting draws on western themes of life and death, honor, and morality throughout the band's narrative songs.
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