Chris Boone | Cabin Fever

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Cabin Fever

by Chris Boone

An eclectic blend of folk lyrics and dreamy arrangements with a pop sensibility.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Sweet Ginger
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2. Me Soul
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3. Slow Change
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4. Bridges Burnt
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5. Dear John
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6. Shinin' On
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7. Miss Understood
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8. You Are
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Born Christopher C. Boone in Richmond, VA, Chris Boone began playing piano at the age of six. At the age of ten, after two years of living in Europe, Chris Boone’s parents enrolled him in piano lessons, followed by classical piano instruction at Converse pre-college in Spartanburg, SC. In the mid-80's and early 90’s, Chris Boone played keyboards with rock bands and did some studio recording.

After college, Chris Boone moved to New York, NY and performed as the front man for the punk band The Subvertables. After a short studio demo, the band broke up, and Chris Boone moved to Los Angeles, CA. Shaped by influences of Bob Dylan, Paul Westerburg, Bob Mould, Vic Chestnut, and Paul Weller, he began to alter his musical interest to singer/songwriter and the guitar as the primary instrument.

Upon returning to NYC, Chris Boone recorded his first ten-song EP, "Trailer Park Friendly," and found himself billed as the opener for Jewel at the Ludlow Street Cafe for an Atlantic Records showcase. Quick to move around, Chris Boone headed to San Francisco, CA for a short stint of music collaboration with local artists. Upon return to South Carolina in 1997, he headed bands such as Teahead Joyride and The Drive, while at the same time playing coffee shops simply as "boone." In 2003, Chris Boone hosted a very successful three-month long series of open-mics in Ashland, OR that were digitally recorded and posted to a URL address from which artists could download a free copy of their live recording.

In 2004, Chris Boone returned to Charleston, SC and met Phil White, music graduate from the College of Charleston and co-founder of the New Music Collective. Phil recorded and produced Chris Boone's second ten-song EP, "Partly Monday ...," which Chris Boone is currently promoting while working on his third EP that is expected to be released in the spring of 2007.



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