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Travers Chandler and Avery County

Travers Chandler and Avery County

Bluegrass / Bluegrass / Bluegrass Galax, VA  US
Pardon me...Ive got Someone to Kill
Pardon me...Ive got Someone to Kill
I could Change My Mind
I could Change My Mind
Newton Grove
Newton Grove
Reuben Takes The D Train
Reuben Takes The D Train




Sounds Like: Dan Paisley & the Southern Grass, Steep Canyon Rangers, Larry Gillis and the Hard Driving Swampgrass Band, Frank Wakefield, Audie Blaylock & Redline

Label: Mountain Fever Records

Bio: With the release of "State of Depression" on Patuxent Records, longtime bluegrass sideman Travers Chandler steps out front and hits the stages of the bluegrass world giving everything within him when he leaves. Just 31 years old, Chandler sings with the power and fervor of his colleagues and peer...See Full Bio

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Travers Chandler and Avery Co... has a show on 10/02/2014 at 12:00 AM @ IBMA in Raleigh, NC http://www.reverbnation.com/q/555t4h #concert


“Travers Chandler and Avery County’s first CD established their use of a formula which I really like. They play straight-ahead “grits” bluegrass music, and they apply their treatment to a nice mix of old, new, and original songs that fit comfortably in their groove. Their second album gives us more of the same, and, to me, that’s really important. I don’t like it when folks mess with something that works. This is music that’s made for the “bark-left-on” bluegrass lover. As with any modern bluegrass player it can be interesting to examine one’s instrumental work to imagine the influences that it represents. It’s as easy to do that with Travers as it is with any other mandolin player. But here’s how even in that regard Travers is unique. No one plays with the tone that he does. He makes the tone of his instrument fit the excellent selection of songs and all the while that very sound is unique. It does not remind you of any other player. That alone makes th”

— Ron Thomasson, Excerpt of Liner Notes from upcoming album "Pardon Me"

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