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CD release party for PTC country artist Chase Bean

Raised on grass roots country music, Peachtree City’s Chase Bean is no stranger to the heart of the genre. Growing up, he on numerous competitions singing in various vocal groups. Later, performing acoustic acts in bars and the like during his college years, Bean honed his vocals and skills on guitar, mastering the sounds that now shine through in his songwriting, recordings, and performances.

Capturing the style of his native state of Georgia, he is currently performing and recording his own music, as well as showing his versatility in writing songs for and recording with established artists such as Colt Ford, and the platinum selling rap group, Nappy Roots.

Bean’s new album “Revelry” is currently available on iTunes, and many other online stores. The official street release is set for May 22, and will be available at, or can be purchased at any performance of Chase Bean. Martini’s in Peachtree City will have a CD release party on May 22 at 7 p.m. The event is open to ages 18 and up.


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