HIS MIND IS NOT FOR RENT GEORGE CHASE JR. A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE SUBLETS AND HAPPY HOUR SESSIONS
George Chase, Jr. grew up in a house where he was the youngest by eleven years with his oldest brother seventeen years older than him.
"I always grew up needing to be older and above my years," explains Chase. "Now, I'm almost 40 and I'm still feeling very youthful. It's weird, as a kid, I always felt like I was in my twenties and now that I'm older, I still feel like I'm in my twenties. I'm refusing to apparently age past mid twenties.
Chase has always played in bands and his latest group, The Sublets, pumps out energetic tunes that have the raw power of Punk Rock at their root.
Chase has also started a YouTube program called Happy Hopur Sessions where he takes his songwriting prowess and gets together with another musican to talk about songwriting aand write a new song in the process.
I.A. caught up with Chase Jr. to discuss The Sublets and the budding Happy Hour Sessions.
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