Andrew Chastain Band | Things Change

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Things Change

by Andrew Chastain Band

If this EP was food, it would be a mixture of Zac Brown Band and Chris Stapleton, seasoned to taste with a pinch of Garth Brooks.
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Country Song
3:41 $1.25
2. Do You Wanna Ride
4:03 $1.25
3. Gone
6:02 $1.25
4. Baby
4:32 $1.25
5. Cowboy
4:07 $1.25
6. Things Change
5:18 $1.25
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Andrew Chastain grew up in the mountains of North Carolina listening to the sounds of country music on the radio throughout the 1990's. He started playing local bars in his early 20's where he was noticed by current bass player Dave Poole. Poole, and accomplished musician of many years in the rock genre facilitated a "jam session" with former band mate Ben Kilmer (former drummer of "Tin Can" and the "Harmed Brothers"). Kilmer's brother Zach, a talented guitarist and musician was then added to the mix and the unique sound of the newly formed band mates began to take form. Within no time a chemistry between the members was obvious, and it showed. This is their first studio recording was completed in just 5 days, as they were independant artists using pooled funds and crowd funding to finance their limited time. Things seemed to literally fall into place seemingly by chance, or fate, with guest appearances from Nashville recording artists Tyler Hall, Billy Justineau, and Lauren Conklin. As their pen and paper scribbles matured into legitmate country songs. This is sure to be the beginning of a long journey by a group of dedicated and talented young musicians.



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