If you missed the Three-O’s appearance on Thursday’s episode of Cape and Islands Radio’s “The Point” or find the need to listen to it again, the station has the show archived on their site. We discussed the soon-to-be-available CD
“Purty” -the Chandler Travis Three-O, recorded at the Truro library, Jan. 24, 2015, by The Valet, aka Anton Fred Boak -a very early take of a new instrumental. I should probably change the title; any ideas out there?
The Chandler Travis Philharmonic has kept a low profile the past couple of years while Chandler has enjoyed developing two great new bands, the Catbirds and the Chandler Travis Three-O (the latter being a smaller, satellite version of the Philharmonic
“Underwear” -the Chandler Travis Three-O last Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, at the Harvest Gallery Wine Bar in Dennis, shot by Ron Daniels. I’m afraid that the introduction on the video (which I usually try to eliminate whenever possible in these
“Wedding Prayer” -the Chandler Travis Three-O -recorded at the Dreamaway Lodge in Becket, MA by Anton “Fred” Jodsworth T. Boak aka The Valet. Been saving this one up for you…some may find it a tad objectionable… in fact, all may.
“Tony Kent Arena Hazardous Waste Drop“- Recorded by The Valet at Harvest Gallery Wine Bar in Dennis, MA on May 30, 2014 -This was stolen more or less verbatim from a sign I saw on the way to the Harvest
We here at Chandler Travis World HQ have been all atwitter about the news that there is a new CD in the works. We tried like darn to keep our collective mouths shut until it was official, and now we
“Barbara Allen” – the Chandler Travis Three-O, recorded after hours at Caffe Lena, March 15, 2013 by Joe Deuel and The Valet I’ve always been a little ambivalent about Celtic music, hating most of that di-diddley- di / penny whistle
“Disappointment”- piano rehearsal with Cliff Spencer, March or April, 2012 – We have an interesting problem in the Philharmonic / Three-O, which is the presence of two excellent keyboardists, alphabetically (and left to right), Berke McKelvey and Cliff Spencer. Now,
For those of you unable to see the Three-O at one of our upcoming shows, you still have a couple of opportunities to hear us (one of which even allows you to see us). Earlier this week we visited the