Chris Beall

Musician, Writer & Producer

(The South Austin Moonlighters)


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Introduction

The son of a motorcycle racer from a small town in west Texas, Chris Beall is a singer, songwriter, producer, guitarist who's latest album "The Gin Mill Hymns" recently showed-up at #15 on the Texas Roots Radio chart, #29 on the national Roots Rock Radio chart, and #173 on the national Americana radio chart. He has recently achieved the #1 position on the Reverbnation Americana chart for Central Texas, and #3 in the nation. Influenced by many forms of American music, he did a stint in Nashville, but currently resides in Austin Texas where he writes, performs, and produces music. Along with his solo career, he is a member of the well-established South Austin Moonlighters and has produced and played on several current Texas artists' songs including Denny Herrin's "Robert E Lee Motel" and Brett Hauser's "I'm As Good As Gone". His solo-career discography includes two albums: 2010's "Brand New World" and 2013's "The Gin Mill Hymns". The latter featuring "Dug Down Deep", a song of second chances set to the backdrop of his father's ("the motorcycle man") debilitating motorcycle-racing crash in 1973.



Warm Audio Gear

  • WA-2A Opto Compressor
  • WA-47 Tube Condenser Microphone

Discography


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“The WA-2A will be on every mix I do from here on out!"

Chris Beall