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Chandler Travis Three-o – “Ronald”

 

“Ronald” – the Chandler Travis Three-O w. special guest Ken Field, live at the Harvest Gallery Wine Bar, August 5th, 2011. Recorded by The Valet. A small band version of a song from the CTP’s “Tarnation & Alastair Sim” (aka “Kitty”); this one can be tough sometimes (typically, we don’t play it often […]

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 […]

Puremusic interview with Chandler Travis

It was the last time that I went to Folk Alliance, this singer songwriter convention. It was in San Diego that year, February of 2004, that I first ran into Chandler Travis.

Several floors of a moderately good hotel are rented out by the convention, and myriad rooms are hosting “showcases” where a singer […]

A Crazy Carnival of Sound

Chandler Travis makes most of his eclectic ideas

“If you’re a musician, and you like both Thelonious Monk and the Ramones, you want to get little bits of both of them in [the music],” says Chandler Travis. (Barry Donahue)

By Jonathan Perry, Globe Correspondent | July 27, 2007

There is no one quite as […]

Chandler Travis Philharmonic Places A Call From The Abyss

by Rob Conroy, Cape Cod Chronicle

The first Chandler Travis Philharmonic album in five years was just unleashed. I believe it’s called “Tarnation & Alastair Sim.” But it might also be called “Kitty;” the disc itself simply says “Al.” It’s hard to tell with the Philharmonic. Like Ween, everything they do strikes me as an […]

Chandler Travis Philharmonic – Tarnation and Alastair Sim (a/k/a “Kitty”)

The first Chandler Travis Philharmonic album in five years makes up for lost time with forty-eight (yes- 48!) tracks of utter insanity, including magnum opuses like “I’m Chandler’s Butterfly”, complete with sitar, mandocello, and 4 drum kits; the afro-pop influenced “Vasco Da Gama”, which features about 50 vocal tracks; the Dave Brubeck-ish instrumental “Ronald”; and […]