Chris Titchner’s music career began in Burlington, VT, in 1994 when he and two friends formed the acoustic rock band Three Mile Limit. The band performed throughout the Northeast at colleges, clubs and coffee shops, and shared the stage with such acts as Zola Turn, Rosemary Caine, and The Nields. Over its three-year lifetime, Three Mile Limit released three cassettes and one CD on Bridgefolk Records.
Chris Titchner’s new album, Moving Day, is neatly packed with road rock just made to be blasted out of a moving truck. Titchner’s 11 songs pulse with dissatisfaction and desire- from the ennui associated with a dead end job, to the thrum of tension between potential lovers, to the thrill of finally packing up and going. Produced by Titchner and Thom Canova, Moving Day is acoustic rock living large with a full band, brass quartet, and strings