Backseat Goodbye

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Backseat Goodbye
Birth name Chad Sugg
Born July 14, 1986 (1986-07-14) (age 28)
Origin Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States
Genres Pop-folk
Years active 2004–present
Labels Roamer Records
Website chadsugg.com

Chad Sugg (born July 14, 1986), also known by the stage and recording name Backseat Goodbye, is pop-folk singer-songwriter.[1] In 2011 he started making music under the name Chad Sugg, and he released two albums: Was, and Lost Boy.

Career[edit]

Chad started the solo-project his freshman year at Middle Tennessee State University in August 2004.[2] Born in Clarksville, Sugg currently resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.[3]

His music has been described as "brilliant upbeat acoustic folk you can sing along, and listen to all day."[4] and ""Feel good pop music that's deeper than what you're used to..."[5]

As of 2009, Sugg has self-released 4 EPs, all of which he recorded and produced himself at his home studio.[6] All of them, except "The Wonder" are actually full-length, but are called EP because they are only a collection of songs without any concept. His first full length album "Dressed Up Like Dreams" was released through a distribution deal with The Militia Group.[7] He has also self-released a limited pressing of a holiday EP and a holiday album.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Stay Young, Don't Trust Anyone (2011)[8]
  • The Good Years (2010)[9]
  • Dressed Up Like Dreams (2008)[10]

EPs[edit]

  • The Wonder EP (2010)
  • Good Morning, Sunshine (2007)
  • Nightmares Are For Dreamers (2006)
  • Rain Rain Go Away (2006)
  • Blue Moon, Yellow Eyes (2006)
  • White (2005)

Singles[edit]

  • Moons (2010)
  • Letdown of the Year (2010)
  • 1996 (2010)
  • "Summer" (2009)
  • The Great Unknown (2009)
  • Play Three Again (2007)
  • Red Balloon (2007)
  • Technicolor Eyes (2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/bio/index.jsp?pid=1010171&aid=1147968
  2. ^ "Backseat Goodbye Bio
  3. ^ "Chad Sugg Biography". Backseat Goodbye. Retrieved 2009-01-11. 
  4. ^ Snider, Josh. Review: Good Morning, Sunshine BigSmileMagazine.com, April, 2007
  5. ^ Lint, Nathan. Review: Good Morning, Sunshine AbsolutePunk.net, August, 2007
  6. ^ Good Morning, Sunshine. Liner notes. Backseat Goodbye, 2007
  7. ^ Tate, Jason "Backseat Goodbye Grab Militia Distro
  8. ^ http://backseatgoodbye.tumblr.com
  9. ^ AbsolutePunk.net
  10. ^ Billboard.com

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