The great white-haired father, Zeke Little has been keeping Western Swing music alive since he was a pup. He plays fiddle and mandolin and is always ready to be the vocalist or add a vocal harmony.
16 year old Branson Camp is no stranger to the performance and composing stages. He’s been writing, playing and singing for over 10 years. He wrote and performed for Chase the Music at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Holiday Extravaganza in December 2018.
Brendan Lutes (bass) is a rising freshman at the University of Colorado Boulder, and will be studying aerospace engineering and music next year in school. He is very excited to be performing with Benjamin for this graduation concert! Brendan was part of the Choir of Hope, for Benjamin.
Nick Halsey Nick is a multi-talented composer. Not only has he composed and performed on a number of pieces for Chase the Music, he is a Word Press developer (the software that makes the websites such as this one work!). He’s also working on his masters in Civil Engineering. He’s done things like participate in paper…
Cooper Lajeunesse (tenor), a rising senior at Fairview, is excited to join Benjamin onstage for this wonderful performance, and is grateful that he is able to contribute to a greater social good through art and music. Cooper was part of the Choir of Hope, for Benjamin.
This is the first post on the Chase the Music website by a guest blogger. Ardelle Glaeser discovered Chase the Music and was kind and generous enough to write just for us! She was inspired from our conversation – taking into consideration what happens when an artist makes a mistake. We love the human side…