Zac Chandler Band
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Zac Chandler Band


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"Performer Magazine"

PERFORMER MAGAZINE "Zac Chandler Jetcar" author: Allyson Wells

Zac Chandler recorded and produced his first solo CD
entirely on his own in his small, one-bedroom apartment. He says that he is to
blame if you don't like the tracks on the CD. On the flip side, he can take all
the accolades for putting together a dynamic and interesting CD. On any CD with
15 tracks, there is a risk of repetition, yet Chandler manages to differentiate
all his compositions. Each track sounds like you are being taken to a very
specific place, whether you are doing the two-step in a line dance on "Sweet
Little Country Girl" or lounging at a jazz bar to "Nomads Fly First Class" while
a flapper girl fills your drink order. Chandler's voice is somewhat drowned out
due in part to the overpowering instrumentation and the digital enhancement of
his voice on some tracks. It is nice to hear his natural voice on tracks such as
"Monkeys Against Animal Testing". Because Chandler has produced the album
entirely on his own, there is a risk in the sound lacking cohesiveness. In the
same way that The Police were three separate, talented musicians rather than a
cohesive band, the individual sounds on Chandler's album are analogous. Indeed,
many of the tracks have contrasting sounds playing different melodies against
one another. It could have been a disaster. For Chandler it is a score.
(Animalsoul Records) -Allyson Wells Performer
Magazine - Allyson Wells


Cerebral Skies



Zac Chandler was born in Washington D.C. He was bit by The Beatle bug early on. His first experience playing guitar in bands was around the Bay area in San Francisco. His family then moved to Hollywood, Florida where he began playing bass in blues groups. Zac then focused on guitar and played in "The Debbi Lee Band". After "The Debbi Lee Band" folded he joined "The Chemicals" in which he played guitar-banjo and keyboards . Zac left "The Chemicals" to start his own group "Zac Chandler Band" his band has opened for acts that include Waylon Jennings, Carl Perkins, Foghat, The Guess Who, Albert King, Sonny King, Steppenwolf, Bad Co, Pat Travers, and Southern Pacific. Zac currently has 3 solo cd's "Zac Chandler Jetcar", "Biker", and his 3rd cd "Cerebral Skies". Zac's band is... John Conte a thundering drummer and vocalist, who along with bassist Barbara "KillerB" Marino hold down a serious beat.. also in the band is Beth Conte, a high energy singer who rocks the house hard!..Randy Stephenson on keys who adds great dimension and effect, and Kenny Dale Watts on guitar who brings a cutting edge to our sound. The band literally has performed all over the world doing thousands of shows, their sound is classic rock psychedelic blues originals.. Zac received a special commendation for songwriting from Eddie Rabbitt, which his song "Why Do You Tease Me" placed 13 out of 50,000 entries.