“it’s all over the musical map, and it’s all utterly winning”

 

Greg Haymes at Nippertown reviewed the Three-O’s debut album “This is What Bears Look Like Underwater” and said:

[it] very well may be [Chandler’s] best album yet… and that’s saying something.

You can read the entire review here on our site and here on the Nippertown site.

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Steve Shook Debut CD – Dignify

We here at Chandler Travis World Headquarters are excited to tell you that our good friend Steve Shook (Chandler’s musical partner for many years, both in Travis, Shook & the Club Wow and the Incredible Casuals) has released his debut CD, “Dignify”.

The CD includes 6 tracks and was produced by Kimon Kirk (who had […]

Chandler visit on WMNF in Tampa, FL

 

Chandler dropped by the studios of Community Radio station WMNF (88.5 FM in Tampa, FL) today to chat with DJ KTUF of Jangle Junction about all his various bands and to play a few songs live. For those of you who missed it (or who wish to relive the splendor), we captured it […]

The Noise (Boston) – Review of Chandler Travis Three-O CD Release Party at Club Passim

 

THE CHANDLER TRAVIS THREE-O CD release party Club Passim, Cambridge, MA 10/12/12

Travis is not your typical folkie: in fact, he is one of the most creative songwriters on the scene, and he has been for three decades. Three-O actually has four members—Chandler, John Clark on upright bass (he also uses a bow), […]

The Noise (Boston) – Review of This is What Bears Look Like Underwater

 

THE CHANDLER TRAVIS THREE-O This Is What Bears Look Like Underwater 14 tracks

On opening track “Little Things,” which sets the tone for much of what is to follow, it seems like Fred Boak, John Clark, Berke McKelvey, and Chandler Travis don’t so much rock out as commit acts of vaguely rock-like instrumental […]

Something Else! Album Review of “This is What Bears Look Like Underwater”

The Chandler Travis Three-O – This Is What Bears Look Like Underwater (2012)

by Mark Saleski

OK, so I just got done reading this impossibly stupid article (which I refuse to link to because, yes, it’s that stupid) about how jazz music isn’t popular because the artists are not writing music that the kids […]

JimSullivanInk.com – Chandler Travis Calms Down for a Moment: Unveils the 3-O at Club Passim

The Chandler Travis Three-O – yes, it’s another band (a quartet) fronted by Cape Cod’s hardest working man in showbiz Chandler Travis – will be hosting what Travis calls a “modest get-together to honor the release of its debut CD, ‘This Is What Bears Look Like Underwater,’ at Club Passim […]

Debut CD from Chandler Travis Three-O

We’re now accepting orders for the Debut CD from the Chandler Travis Three-O, “This is What Bears Look Like Underwater” on our shopping page.

The Three-O (Fred Boak, John Clark, Berke McKelvey, and Chandler Travis -because what’s a Three-O without four people?)’s debut album is the classic length (twelve songs), plus a couple of fan […]

Philly.com – Chandler Travis Three-0 with Pete Donnelly at the World Cafe Live

Dan DeLuca, Inquirer Music Critic Email Dan DeLuca

 

Chandler Travis is a man of many hats. He’s a founder of the Incredible Casuals, the New England power-pop plus band who the Inquirer’s David Hiltbrand once called “one of the truly great obscure rock bands in America.”

In addition to being a member of […]

Metroland (Albany, NY) – Chandler Travis Three-o at Caffe Lena

If George Carlin joined NRBQ, backed by the Mothers of Invention—no, if Captain Beefheart and Sun Ra commandeered the Village People . . . Hell, analogies are worthless when it comes to describing Chandler Travis’ “avant-jazz omnipop.” Travis has been blending comedy with music ever since Travis Shook and Club Wow spent the ’70s opening […]