Come celebrate the release of Chase's debut solo EP, Signs of Life! It's going to be an awesome night of music with Cahaba, 7 Stone Riot, and Chase Arrington with special guest Shane Russell. Hope to see you there! - See more at: http://chasearringtonmusic.com/gig/#sthash.3MU4jJhp.dpuf
On 3/27/15: Britt Hendrix and Chase Arrington will play acoustic music @ THE GRILL at Iron City from 6pm-9pm. Come enjoy some fantastic food and music!
On 3/20/15: Britt Hendrix and Chase Arrington will be playing acoustic music @ THE GRILL at Iron City from 6-9pm. The Molly Ringwalds will take the MAIN STAGE at Iron City later that night.
Acoustic tunes with Britt Hendrix 7-10pm
Street Corner Trio plays all your favorite songs from every genre and time period you could imagine. Don't miss out on this spectacular night! Plus its free to get in!
Bio: Chase Arrington grew up listening to old Aerosmith tapes which inspired him begin playing the guitar at age ten. At the age of fourteen, Chase built his first guitar which was a replica of George Lynch's tiger-striped guitar. When he was fifteen, he began teaching guitar lessons and playing in ...See Full Bio
“Signs of Life, the record is an optimistic collection of emotions, delivered through dexterous electric guitar. Having previously logged numerous gigs with The Haulers and Smoke & Arrows, Arrington’s new EP marks his first solo effort. “As a solo artist you are 100% responsible for how far you go or don’t go,” says Arrington. “There’s no one holding you accountable for your work, however, there is also no one holding you back from being as productive as you desire.” A look at Arrington’s music may reveal a long chronology of influences, from old Aerosmith tapes, Slash’s wailing solos, and Mark Tremonti’s measured phrasing. “Then I discovered Van Halen and my mind was blown,” he says. Arrington’s Guitar tones are substantial without getting muddy, and even the solos are built with a message in mind. His instrumental passages are largely melodic, churning up thoughts and feelings, though often punctuated enthusiastic technical flourishes.”