• New Releases! |October 8, 2011 Following the release of the Bonnie Parker poem set to music "Outlaws-Billy the Kid Meets Clyde Barrow" 7 inch on October 1, 2010 (the occasion of Bonnie Parkers' 100th birthday) Rockstar will release "Mucho Americana 1" another 7 inch from Chip Hanna. "Mucho Americana 1" includes a poem by Edgar Allan Poe "El Dorado" which is read by fellow Arizona Roughrider Dale Denton, and 2 songs: "A Vanishing Race" which was written by Johnny Cash and Johnny Horton. The flip side has another fine original "Ballad Of The Six Gun" written by Chip and another fellow Arizona Roughrider, Ed Vanderlee. Release date October 1, 2011. Hurry and place your order because they are going fast! December 7, 2007 People Like You will release the brand new Chip Hanna & The Berlin Three album in the beginning of 2008. The record will be called "Old South Jamboree" and will be available on both CD and 180g Vinyl! The talented Christoph Mueller, who made the artwork for Chippy's solo album "The Old Country", is once again hired to do the artwork. Stay tuned for more updates on the new album...
May Cause Dizziness Records just put out a new split 7" with Chip Hanna and Broadway Squad. The 7" includes two live songs and is available on white and brown vinyl. More info can be found here.
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Contact / Booking
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Chip Hanna was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This is a fact you will eventually come to understand if you listen to his original material. Chippy Hanna is a country boy.
Now coming into his own musically after years of touring the world as drummer for punk stalwarts U.S. Bombs and One Man Army, Chip is returning to the roots that he never quite left, this time packin’ a flattop Martin acoustic guitar, instead of a drum kit. While born in Baton Rouge, Chippy grew up in the rural community of Pride, Louisiana.
In the woods…In a house trailer…
A house trailer that was brand-spankin’ new when he was six years old, but had seen better days by the time he left Louisiana at age 22. Chippy’s mother, Martha Hanna, would sing at country music jamborees and on the country radio station WYNK, when the station would broadcast local country music shows… Mrs. Hanna even shared the bill with Loretta Lynn once… Quite a big deal for a small child… Chip Hanna remembers every bit of it… Chip Hanna remembers his roots…
When it comes to Americana music, Chip Hanna IS the Real Deal. Equally at ease in any genre from bluegrass to honky tonk to rockabilly to psychobilly to Orange County, California street punk, as soon as he opens his mouth to sing, the listener discovers immediately:
Chip Hanna is The Real Deal.
For further information, photos, music samples & tourdates visit Chip Hanna & The Berlin Three on MySpace and Chip Hanna on Facebook