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Chas Guay - Promises CD

ChasGuay3.jpgIf you don't know Chas Guay you've probably seen him playing guitar on stage at the Charlottetown Festival or as part of a collective of friends that include Mike Mooney, Chris Corrigan, Sean Ferris and others. He also started the independant record store Back Alley.  A couple of years ago Music PEI recognized Chas as musician of the year. And with his past two CD's he's moved from the background in the band to the lead singer-songwriter. Chas Guay popped into the studio to talk about his new CD Promises.

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