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

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

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Usually on Friday nights

(but check the schedule)

These shows are "By Donation"

feel free to stop in and check them out.

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.

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

LIVE&IN!

 

Virtual House Concerts on

Facebook Live and this Website

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LIVE&OUT!

 

Outdoor Concerts at Farrs Hill that will also be Streamed live on Facebook and this Website

SERIES SPONSOR

These shows are "Pay What You Can"  feel free to stop in and check them out.

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CHANDLER IS LIVE
WITH
TRIFOLIOUM!

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Live & OUT!

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Trifolium

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Fri June 11th, 7pm

Farr's Hill

Trifolium is made up of three outstanding local musicians: Andy Mueller (guitar, fiddle, mandolin, octave mandolin, vocals), Chloe Powell (fiddle, cello, vocals) and Justin Park (guitar, mandolin, octave mandolin, vocals).

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In addition to growing in a wide variety of settings, producing beautiful flowers, and being Vermont’s state flower, trifolium pratense (a.k.a. red clover) is also a nitrogen fixer.

Live & OUT!

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Morgan Myles

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Sat July 3rd, 7pm

Farr's Hill

Country rising star Morgan Myles.

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Powerhouse vocalist, singer-songwriter Morgan Myles is one of those artists that makes it look and sound so easy. The emerging artist and Pennsylvania native has already earned critical acclaim from outlets such as Billboard, Rolling Stone, and CMT for the way that she seamlessly blends her own brand of Soul, Pop and Rock. Myles’ booming voice can be heard alongside recording artist Cody Johnson’s current single “Nothing On You.” Needless to say, her influences run all over the map.

Live & OUT!

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Sky Blue Boys

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Sat July 10th, 7pm

Farr's Hill

Two fellows with a mandolin and guitar, they were called “brothers duets,” and during the 1930’s and ’40’s it was the predominant format of country music, practiced by now-legendary teams on radio stations and stage shows through- out the countryside.

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Dan and Willy Lindner have revived the tradition and have built up a large repertoire of old ballads, parlor tunes, heart songs and sacred numbers.

Live & OUT!

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Patrick Ross and the Fiddler's Crew

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Sat July 24th, 7pm

Farr's Hill

“Patrick Ross & The Fiddler’s Crew” is a result of turning pandemic lemons into lemonade, or in this case, crabapples into cider. With a halt in touring and live performances, Ross put all his creative energy into writing and rehearsing songs about life in Vermont.

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All three band members call the Upper Valley of Vermont their home. Bassist and trumpet player, Mike Conerty, is a native of Long Island, New York. His urban sophistication brings energy and excitement to the group. Drummer, Chad Brunet, is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. His deep musical wisdom and soulful expression bring power to the stage. Front man, Patrick Ross, plays fiddle, guitars, mandolin, banjo, cello and is the lead vocalist. His Vermont roots run deep in folk traditions. “My mother is Quebecois, my father is Acadian and I’m a fifth generation fiddle player.” proclaims Ross. Collectively, The Crew blends harmony vocals in a way that supports the story of each song.

Live & OUT!

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The VT Bluegrass Pioneers

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Sat August 14th, 7pm

Farr's Hill

Decades in the making, the VT Bluegrass Pioneers is an idea whose time has come. Audiences learned quickly that their ardor had never cooled. Still rooted in the hard-driving tradition of first-generation bluegrass, the Pioneers share lead and harmony vocals, and in a unique twist Dan and Danny alternate on banjo and rhythm guitar. Their goal is to find the heart and soul of every song they perform and deliver it with passion to their listeners.

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It was bound to happen sometime. Banjo Dan Lindner and his mandolin-playing brother, Willy Lindner, had met versatile musician Danny Coane at a music festival in Milton, Vermont, in 1971, and realized they shared a passion for bluegrass music, a high-powered version of mountain string-band music pioneered by Bill Monroe in 1945. Then, in 2016, the inevitable happened. These three bluegrass stalwarts, who were among the first to play this music in Vermont, teamed up as the aptly named VT Bluegrass Pioneers. Soon they recruited former Plowboy Sam Blagden – an early Vermont banjo player, himself – to join them on bass and tenor harmonies.

Live & OUT!

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Bow Thayer and Company

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Sat Aug 28th, 7pm

Farr's Hill

Bow Thayer has been writing and singing songs for as long as he can remember. Making music is who he is. He has lived up to his "reputation as a sublimely gifted artist" by pursuing a creative vision that seeks to lead American music into the future.

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Bow gained national recognition, American Songwriter says this "onetime Levon Helm compatriot is the best artist to come from New England in recent years."
Bow made a name for himself in Boston with 7 League Boots, a rock/reggae band that shared the stage with the likes of Fugazi, The Mighty Might Bosstones, and Pearl Jam. Fifteen years ago he made a life-altering decision to leave the city for the Green Mountains of Vermont. It was there that he explored the Delta blues playing slide guitar for the original Elbow and began a relationship with the banjo—both in the bluegrass group, The Benders, and on his own—that continues to this day. Bow combined these instruments into the Bojotar, a hybrid he designed that incorporates elements of the banjo, resonator guitar, and conventional guitar and was sold in a limited run by Eastwood/Airline Guitar Company. As No Depression puts it, "You want inventiveness....I offer Bow Thayer."