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Chandler Center for the Arts

71 N Main Street

Randolph Vermont 05060


Welcome to Live & Upstairs at Chandler


No need to stand on ceremony


Stop by, sit back, and enjoy

casual, live music in the Upper Gallery

Usually on Friday nights

(but check the schedule)

These shows are "By Donation"

feel free to stop in and check them out.

Sometimes you just need to relax, kick back with a few friends and neighbors hear the music feel what's real

Most shows are BYOB unless we've convinced a local brewer to come over and pour.

Brewer nights will be noted on the schedule below. So if you don't see one listed feel free to bring your own.



Caroline Spence

Long regarded as one of the best-kept secrets of both the Nashville country and folk music scenes, and having won awards as well as admiration from industry giants, Caroline Spence received high praise by American Songwriter for her debut album from Rounder Records, Mint Condition, “an album of
stunning beauty and lasting impact.” Come see her on her way to the top! Mint Condition was just recognized
as one of the best Country and Americana album releases of 2019.


Sky Blue Boys

Banjo Dan & Willy Linder - A living Tradition

In the mind’s eye, they’re standing on a humble stage somewhere – in a small-town Grange hall, a rural schoolhouse, an outdoor music park with plank benches for the spectators. Two fellows with a mandolin and guitar and a single microphone between them, their music nearly seamless, built of habit, their voices fused in the special blend produced by kinship. They were called “brothers duets,” and there was a period in the 1900s when this was the predominant format in American rural music, practiced by now-legendary teams of brothers on radio stations and personal appearances throughout the countryside.



Triton is Jeremiah McLane, from Sharon Vermont on accordion, vocals, keyboard; Tim Cummings from Burlington Vermont on whistles, small pipes, vocals; and Alex Kehler, from Québec on fiddle, nykelharpa, and vocals.

The trio plays a beguiling and orchestral blend of music rooted in the traditional dance repertoire of Northwestern Europe. In addition to songs in French, their repertoire includes bourrées from central France, triple-time hornpipes from the Scottish Borders, the Swedish slängpolska, the Breton hanter dro, and compelling originals reflecting these influences. Unified by their zeal and musical craftsmanship, their performances are also punctuated with engaging commentary on the music and instruments. 

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