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It's getting dark earlier and as the days here get colder and shorter I find myself comforted by music. It's a good time to rediscover the art of really listening to new and old favorites. I love this album and I hope you will too.  Order for yourself or as a holiday gift - I'm extending free USA shipping through the end of this year because, 2020. (International orders will get a $3 shipping discount.)

The new album, DECADES DOWN THIS ROAD, is here!   

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....she pulled that Taylor in just a little bit tighter, and basically tore the place down. ....she channeled the first blues singers like Ma, and Bessie and Sippy Wallace and made that guitar absolutely sing. It is sometimes said that the esteem of one’s peers is the true measure of the artist. ....It just doesn’t come a whole lot more rare and lovely than this. ”

— Gene Henriksen - Music Historian

From the downbeat of “Girls Can’t Go” right through to the end of “Leap of Faith", Teresa has created a delightful musical journey through 15 new songs. She sings her stories with ease and humor, always with that wonderful vocal sparkle in her voice. The songs are well written, the musicians supporting her are top shelf, and the finished product shines! Congratulations and thank you, Teresa! ” - Libby McLaren

— Flower and McLaren

Teresa Chandler is a musician, poet, and storyteller extraordinaire. Decades Down This Road felt like an offering, a gift, a blessing. From her heart to mine. Accompanying her on this journey reminded me to be grateful for the joy of being alive, a joy Teresa captures and expresses time and again through her music. Her reverence for nature, her appreciation of the seasons, her humor and her understanding of the power of place all speak to being present in the moment and drinking in life to the fullest. My favorite song is “Anne’s Song,” a tribute to Teresa’s dear friend who passed years ago. It reminds us that love survives death in powerful and palpable ways, and that the love we share lives far beyond our physical journey. Teresa’s music speaks of hope, of love, of gratitude and appreciation. It speaks of humor and setting boundaries and taking risks and paying attention. It is a celebration of life in both its small and enormous moments. Teresa’s music provides touchstones to my own life, evoking my own losses and observations and celebrations. Yes. Travel down this road with Teresa. ” - Judy Logan - Author
In person Ms. Chandler is bawdy and wildly inappropriate. My drink escaped through my nose more than once. Three thumbs up!”

— Elaine Townsend (musician)

Teresa doesn’t just sing a little ditty, she reaches into the ethereal past of all women and brings forth a bit of our soul, garnered in a corner few dare to go into, and drenches us in melody from a throaty voice and an aching heart...Encore! Encore!”

— ENTERTAINMENT - The Lavender Network

Teresa Chandler & Mumble Something Janet (Jake) Lampert & Jason Becker

The stylistic diversity is incredible, as is the vocal range between understated-intimate and big -voiced emotions. Teresa Chandler does for love what Joni Mitchell did for clouds and what Judy Fjell does for trees: Allows us to experience them from several worthwhile perspectives. ”

— Hot Notes - Laura Post

In person, Teresa Chandler is shy and soft spoken. Alone with a guitar she's an experienced performer who knows how to use her voice. On the CD, she's a presence. Druthers is highly recommended. It's a bargain at CDBaby or through the iTunes store. ”

— Bartcop Entertainment - Baron Dave Romm

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