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Dress loud, play louder. These four 23-year-olds have a reputation for energetic shows, quirky lyrics, and a groovy vibe. Consistent showmanship has fueled their success in the Pittsburgh area.

Their hefty repertoire of original songs began with a self-produced release (recorded in frontman Chase Barron’s secluded cabin) followed by a polished EP funded by college-label Pioneer Records.

Funded by the sales of their first two EPs, their debut full-length album “Live Wire Bed Fire” was produced by Jesse Naus at Red Caiman Studios. Its sound is centered around alt-rock, but explores punk and even R&B.

The album’s singles have been gaining traction on Pittsburgh’s #1 alternative rock station 105.9 The X. The band has also digitally released several other tracks performed live on the same station for an exclusive, in-studio performance.

Determined to make the most of 2019, Chase and the Barons are focusing their efforts on expanding their fanbase beyond PA and promoting their upcoming release to major hubs worldwide.


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“Different from the ordinary. They’ll knock you on your ass.”

Donnie Iris | The Jaggerz, Wild Cherry – vocals, guitar | Donnie Iris and the Cruisers – frontman

 

“Get ready. These guys are gonna’ groove your face off.”

Stacy on the X | iHeart Radio 105.9 the X – on air personality 

 

“They could take it to the next level.”

Ed Traversari | Live Nation – former concert promoter | Pioneer Records – founder, manager

 

“Their sound is fresh and tight.”

Charlie Deitch | Pittsburgh City Paper – writer, editor

 

“Great hooks and exciting shows are driving this band to bigger places.”

Greg Joseph | The Clarks – bass, singer, songwriter, spokesman