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Everything
  • Artist: Matthew Chase
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101429849
  • Item #: SRD142984
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 11/13/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Everything on CD

Matthew Chase's third CD, EVERYTHING, brings us edgy electric and acoustic guitars, combined with a mixture of soulful, emotional and aggressive vocals - Something like Coldplay and James Blunt crashing into Filter. Matthew Chase posthumously won the 2008 Indie Singer-Songwriter Association (ISSA) Song Contest Lyrics of the Year award for his song 'Believe.' EVERYTHING has the ISSA award-winning single, "Believe," as well as ISSA final nominees Single of the Year 'Feel You Near' and Best Pop song for 'All You Gave.' Matthew Chase, wrote 'Believe,' a tender and poignant love song, last fall for his then bride-to-be, Sarah. Sadly, just five months after the couple's November 15, 2007 beachfront wedding, Matthew Chase, 33, was tragically killed off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa, when a rogue wave capsized the shark diving vessel he was aboard. Matthew Chase began writing songs for his debut CD, TOMORROW, in 2003. A compilation of eight, primarily acoustic-based songs, TOMORROW experiments with several different textures and musical styles. Building on this achievement, Chase released a more expansive and edgy CD, REMEMBER WHY, in 2006.