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Customer Reviews

Great Sound and a Great Album!

I discovered Chris Ayer by chance and have fallen in love with this cd. His sound is very unique and I love the fact that this album has a mainstream yet distinctly indie/folk vibe to it. Ayer's voice is smooth and easy to listen to so his music is perfect for any occasion. This album has a great variety, with upbeat, feel good songs mixed in with ballads and the classic tales of heartbreak. The blend of acoustic and full band instrumental accompaniment also adds to the uniqueness and variety of these songs. Anyone who likes Jason Mraz will enjoy this cd as well. A hidden gem that never fails to dazzle!

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active:

Folk singer/songwriter Chris Ayer grew up in McLean, VA, and began playing guitar and writing songs in his teens. While attending Stanford University, where he studied philosophy and music starting in 2000, he launched his performing career and self-released his debut EP, Static, in June 2003. After a year of playing around the Bay Area following college, Ayer decided to move to New York, where he settled in Brooklyn in June 2005. He booked himself into shows around the country and released a second...
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This Is the Place, Chris Ayer
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 01, 2006

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