|Let Love Back In This House|
|Waiting For The Sun|
Wag More Bark Less is receiving rave reviews, see a few of them below!
"This veteran producer/songwriter proves his performing chops with a deeply felt, autobiographical set of songs that any fan of the Eagles, Crosby, Stills and Nash or Jackson Browne will surely appreciate, with the added thrill of discovering a brand-new artist."
-- Roy Trakin, HITS MAGAZINE, January 2011
Wag More, Bark Less, a collection so full of hits one would swear Tim McGraw had been recording again. The CD leads with a surefire hit, the anthemic: Let Love Back in This House, and then keeps getting better. This is one of the most major independent releases I have ever heard.
-- Tom Kidd, MUSIC CONNECTION, February 2011
Ã¢â‚¬Å“With a lengthy production and songwriting career spent mostly in the shadows, Chas Sandford has rarely afforded himself the opportunity for his own voice to be heard. With Wag More, Bark Less, he sounds as if he has been ready for this moment for some time. Specializing in smooth but seductive mid-tempo melodies with radio-ready appeal, Sandford complements his guitar finesse with husky yet engaging vocals with an echo of Don Henley.
--Lee Zimmerman, M MUSIC & MUSICIANS, January/February 2011
magnificent, layered, pop/rock majesty of Music City tunesmith Chas Sandford. Go out right now and buy his Wag More, Bark Less disc debut Wag More Bark Less CD is jam packed with potential monster hits. Drop the needle anywhere, and you will be blown away. This particular track is an awesome, torn-from-the-chest ballad that he sings with searing tenor intensity. Sign me up for the fan club. You need this music in your life, too.
--Robert K. Oermann, MUSIC ROW, March 23, 2011
Chas Sandford is an acclaimed Artist/Songwriter/Producer/Engineer/Guitarist and World-Class Studio Owner. Sandford's multiplatinum hits include: Missing You recorded by John Waite, Tina Turner, Rod Stewart, Alison Krauss; "What Kind of Man Would I Be" Chicago and "Talk To Me" by Stevie Nicks just to name a few. As a writer and producer Chas has worked with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bonnie Raitt, Ron Wood, Willie Nelson, Rod Stewart, Stevie Nicks, Chicago, Levon Helm, Roger Daltrey, Sammy Hagar, Neils Loftin and Dickey Bets. Chas's latest album Wag More Bark Less is a compelling collection of strong songs that has been described as a contemporary classic with a proudly modern classic rock edge.