"To hear these three young guys is to be thankful that music was invented... If I had been able to create a sound like these kids a few years back, I might have thought twice about going into acting!" - Paul Newman

"When the three musicians get together, the resulting mash-up is often equal parts spontaneity and virtuosic precision."
                    – Alexandra Alter, The Wall Street Journal 

"Is it bluegrass or country, jazz improvisation or some new kind of classical? One thing's for certain.
It's fabulous."
Albany Times Union

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3 fervent travelers

Glowing… very hot… marked by great intensity of feeling… impassioned… Time For Three are Three Fervent Travelers. Double bassist Ranaan Meyer and violinists Zach DePue and Nick Kendall have been traveling fervently since the formation of their group eight years ago. They've crisscrossed Americana, literally and then figuratively through their music since first jamming together at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia… a town that gets its shout out in the phonetic spelling of Philly Phunk on the album you hold in your hands. -NBC


This is truly one of the best albums I have ever heard, in any genre. It is a rare confluence of all the magic ingredients: inspiration, quality, energy, emotion, commercial appeal, plus the guys have incredible charisma. They are just soooo good... comparisons to the Beatles may seem over the top, but this is truly the same once-in-a lifetime alignment of stars. There are lots of "crossover" acts out there, but none of this level. Listen to their cover of Hide and Seek, a true gem. Artists like TF3 remind us why music exists in the first place. I still have goosebumps. Superbly recorded, BTW. Kudos to the engineer. - Living and Breathing Music (New York, NY)


Another musical tour de force from these three fervent travelers. An extraordinarily well produced recording full of extraordinary music.
-Moves the Heavens (Washington, DC)


The finesse with which they play is captivating. My favorite track is probably one of the most introspective. "Sundays" transports me to a soundworld which I have imagined for myself for a long time, with its lazy, bluesy, sexy sound. I wish I could give this release more than 5 stars, it ranks among my favorite recordings of all time. -Penny "Music Lover" (New Rochelle)


  1. Shenandoah/Foxdown  

  2. Jerusalem's Ridge/Ragtime Annie  

  3. Csardas

  4. Blackbird

  5. Thunderstomp  

  6. The Bach Double

  7. Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 5

  8. Ashokan Farewell

  9. The Orange Blossom Special



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we just burned this for you!

We Just Burned This For You!  Time For Three's second album, recorded live at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, the town where violinist Zach DePue grew up and first started playing music.  This show features Time For Three originals, arrangements of classical, gypsy and bluegrass standards as well as a hauntingly beautiful rendition of the Beatles' Blackbird.  Complete with audience reaction to both the music and Time For Three's onstage banter, the album makes you feel like you're there.


Time for Three is an amazingly talented, expressive group with a fun style and great sound. This CD has all of my 5 favorite songs and is a great recording. I highly recommend it. -Molly B. (Boulder, CO)


The eclectic trio Time for Three demonstrates power, virtuosity, cohesion, and kinship. - J. Ross "A Music Fan" (Roseburg, OR)

Disc 1

  1. Jennifer Higdon - Concerto 4-3* featuring Time for Three

  2. Gabriela Lena Frank - Elegia Andína*

  3. Kevin Puts - Symphony No. 3, "Vespertine"*

  4. John B Hedges - Slapdance*

Disc 2

  1. Peter Boyer - Celebration Overture

  2. Behzad Ranjbaran - Songs of Eternity*

  3. Jennifer Higdon - Loco*

  4. Kevin Puts - Violin Concerto*

*world premiere recording




Take 6 - Fort Worth Symphony

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra released its latest CD, “Take Six,” on its own label, FWSO Live. “Take Six” features commissions from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s composers-in-residence program. Recorded at Bass Performance Hall in downtown Fort Worth, the CD includes seven world premiere recordings from six composers, as well as the world premiere performance of Kevin Puts’ Violin Concerto performed by FWSO Concertmaster, Michael Shih. The album also features Jennifer Higdon’s bluegrass/classical Concerto 4-3 composed for string trio Time for Three.