Chase Long Beach

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Chase Long Beach
Also known as CLB
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Third-wave ska
Ska punk
Years active 2002–2012
Labels Victory
Members Meagan Christy
Joe Cooper
Tristan Dolce
Drew Pedersen
Jose Rodriguez
Past members Karen Roberts
Ryan Sandoval
Emillio Corrales
Patrick Fitzgerald
Alana Mireles
Ryan Humphrey
James Russel Finch III

Chase Long Beach is an American ska band from Long Beach, California, that formed in 2002 by former bassist/vocalist Patrick Fitzgerald, former lead vocalist Karen Roberts and former lead guitarist Ryan Sandoval. In 2007, they released their first full-length album, LeBeC, produced by Aaron Barrett of Reel Big Fish. In 2009, Chase Long Beach signed to Victory Records,[1] managed by Hardline Entertainment and released their second album, Gravity is What You Make It, on June 23, 2009.[2]

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Current lineup[edit]

  • Meagan Christy - Vocals, Trumpet (2005 - Current)
  • Joe Cooper - Lead guitar (2007 - Current)
  • Tristan Dolce - Trumpet (2005 - Current)
  • Drew Pedersen - Trombone (2006 - Current)
  • Jose Rodriguez - Drums (2003–2004, 2008 - Current)
  • Patrick Clancy - Bass (2010 - Current)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Victory Records - Chase Long Beach". Victory Records. 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-27. 
  2. ^ "Victory Records - Chase Long Beach: Gravity Is What You Make It". Victory Records. 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-27. 

www.myspace.com/chaselongbeach

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