Schenectady Daily Gazette – Chandler Travis promises outrageous event

by Michael Hochanadel

Edition: Schenectady/Albany; Final Section: D: Life & Arts Page: D2

The Chandler Travis Philharmonic may be about the most fun you can have with your clothes on — as goofy and musically various as NRBQ (with whom they often performed) at their peak — peaks, actually — NRBQ had about four peaks. […]

Albany Times Union – A few questions for Chandler Travis

by Michael Janairo, Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Boston Globe calls the Chandler Travis Philharmonic “Dixieland, pop, avant-jazz, rock…and fully over the top.” Around since the fall of 1996, CTP has created something like 3 million albums and more than 20 gazillion songs (OK, I exaggerate, but CTP is definitely prolific). CTP will be coming […]

Chandler Travis – After She Left

Chandler’s first solo CD since 1998’s “Ivan in Paris” features many of the usual CTP suspects – Keith Spring, Rikki Bates, Dinty Child, Mark Chenevert, Ken Field, etc., plus new bassist John Clark- and definitely is his quietest, most romantic effort to date, featuring nine new originals, plus Steve Shook’s first new song in decades, […]