Live on the Coffee House on WERS 88​.​9 FM

by Chris Titchner

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Mercury 03:25
Breakdown 03:07
Bad Dog 03:26
Caffeinated 03:10


In November of 1999 Singer-Songwriter Chris Titchner drove from Burlington, VT down to Boston with Cellist Ana Jesse, home for Thanksgiving Break from music school. The purpose of this trip was to perform on WERS's the Coffee House. The Coffee House was weekdays from 6-10 and it was recognized as one of the premier radio shows for all things folk, singer-songwriter and acoustic on the entire east coast.

Chris and Ana were there to promote their eponymous album Chris Titchner and Sunday Rain Dog and to play four songs from the record live in studio. In addition they had chosen two songs that were brand new at the time and would appear the following fall on Some Things Never Change.

Three of these six songs were released as bonus tracks on Some Things Never Change, but the other three haven't been heard since the original broadcast.

All six songs have been remastered from the original source tape.

The performance isn't perfect-all the songs are a little too fast due to nerves and excitment and there's a flub or two in there too for good measure-but this recording captures two musicians who are hitting their stride in their work together and are simply thrilled to be playing together live on the radio for such an important and popular radio show.

I hope you enjoy listening to this time capsule of a recording.


released December 4, 2020

Chris Titchner - Guitar and Vocals
Ana Jesse - Cello

Recorded live directly from the soundboard to DAT in the studio of WERS 88.9 FM on Monday, November 22nd 1999


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