The Chapin Brothers
The Chapin Brothers was a folk music trio featuring a young Harry Chapin, Tom Chapin, and Steve Chapin. Their first performance was in 1957. They release their first and only album in 1966. They played the club scene off and on until 1967. A few singles were also released in support of the album.
The brother's dad, Jim Chapin, a renowned jazz drummer in his own right joined the band for the album and some live performances. As the band became more rock influenced Jim was replaced by childhood friend and fellow Grace Church choir member Phil Forbes.
When the band broke up as Harry entered the film business and Tom and Steve went back to college.
|1966||Chapin Music!||Studio||Rock-Land Records||LP|
|1966||Come Back Strong/On the Road||Rock-Land RR 661||Vinyl 7"||US|
|1966||Breathe/Someone Keeps Calling My Name||Rock-Land RR 663||Vinyl 7"||US|
|1966||Old Time Movies/Not Your Kind||Rock-Land||Vinyl 7"||US|
|1966||Old Time Movies/The Swinging Group||Rock-Land 664A||Vinyl 7"||US|
- Before August 4, 1965 - Merv Griffin Show - Gotta Get A Daddy - the video mentioned this is their first TV performance.
- August 4, 1965 - Merv Griffin Show - I'll Be Back to Paint This Town Again
- October 19, 1965 - Merv Griffin Show - On the Road and one other song whose title is unknown
|Gotta Get a Daddy|