Native Utahn Chase Kroesche (pronounced Kro-sha), 19, is currently living in Los Angeles and has just unleashed "1-2-3," his first major single release.
His hard work led to a scholarship at Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music; touring by the age of 14; awards at the Peaks Jazz Festival in Utah; gigs at L.A.’s infamous Whisky; and performances with Frank Zappa saxophonist Napoleon Murphy Brock and David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick -- not bad for a high school kid.
Now, even as he works toward his degree in popular music from the USC Thornton School of Music, Chase will, in 2013, release his follow-up EP, featuring "Satellite," a collaboration with hit producer-songwriter Brian Howes (Nickelback; Daughtry).
To stream or download first single "1-2-3" visit: http://t.ymlp287.net/bacahhsmapauqavau/click.php.
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