Welcome to Chip McCain On Stage
What do you look for in live entertainment? A rich, dynamic sound? A song list that spans multiple genre and decades and includes over 400 of the top hits in history? Not just a musician, but an entertainer with exuberance, class and style? Then you must be looking for Chip McCain!
Chip has been enthusiastically laying his piano licks down in night clubs and world class stages around the US and Canada for two fun and fascinating decades. These days he combines his keyboards, acoustic guitar and singing with state of the art technologies, to produce a versatile and dynamic single act with a rich and energetic full band sound. Throw in an out-going personality; mix it with a vastly diverse song list and you come up with an atmosphere that both you and your guests will find refreshing and memorable.
Wherever you find Chip, you will hear him interacting and pleasing his crowd while he belts out his repertoire of Country, Pop, Light Rock, Caribbean, Island and Beach, Reggae, Standard and Classic tunes. Whether it is from a constantly changing play list or from customer requests, Chip is sure to enrich your event with his soulful sounds. Whatever your style, make your gathering a musical success!
Chip is available for bookings in the entire South Eastern area! If you have a desire for musical entertainment, whether it be a for wedding, anniversary, class reunion, holiday party or get- together, or if you are looking for a single act for your night club or restaurant, be sure to contact Chip McCain for the best choice in live entertainment needs.
On Stage News
Hi gang, There's a new website on the way. Most of you know that Tracy and I've moved and it has been a very busy time for us. The down side is that my website has suffered alot. Working on fixing that. Stay tuned
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This survey is being conducted to gather information concerning accessibility or the lack there of accessibility in audio recording and production of all types among the blind and visually impaired community. If you are, or someone you know is, blind or visually impaired and involved in audio recording or production in any way, or wishes to be, then we want to hear from you. The purpose of…
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The Day the Music Died, so dubbed by a lyric in the Don McLean song "American Pie," is a reference to the deaths of rock and roll musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson, in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa, on February 3, 1959. Pilot Roger Peterson was also killed.
After terminating his partnership with The Crickets, Buddy Holly assembled a new band consisting of Waylon Jennings, Tommy Allsup, and Carl Bunch, to play on the '"Winter Dance Party" tour.
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