Acoustically Lovely and Talented: Mason’s Case

By on November 8, 2013

Who’s the well talented and acoustically lovely band coming out and working their way up big from Chicago, IL with an all feel-good electric sound?

Mason’s Case, a rock band based on blending in all the elements of hard rock, acoustic folk, punk and blues.

New song Envy Me is much more than acoustically lovely and talented, but perhaps addicting as much as good for the soul.

The heart aching song is not only worth clapping along, but gives easy flowing and well understood lyrics.

People who enjoy music from Kings Of Leon or Foo Fighters will find Mason’s Case to be the music for them.

From East Lansing, MI, to now based out of Chicago, IL they’re winning audiences from all around with their “eclectic sound and a live energetic stage show.”

Band members, Matthew Alfano – Vocals, Guitars, David E. Smith – Drums, Vocals, Aaron “ac” Coleman – Bass, Mike Vinopal – Guitar are all getting ready for a 2014 road tour on the way, working up a few new songs like Trust Me and Envy Me to gain more fans.

“Longevity is the key and that is what we are striving for,” Coleman said.

With a few releases under their belt Coleman added that in a short time they have accomplished so much, and still have long ways to go. They also feel very fortunate to have had the experiences they’ve had so far.

As a band, together their main interest quote is:
“Writing original music, recording original music, playing original music and putting on a killer live show.”

“Our main goal right now is to give them some great music to listen to and to put on the most amazing live show that they will never forget. A show that will make them tell all their friends and in turn will make their friends want to come see us,” Coleman said.

Song releases can be found on iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon.

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Author: Thalia Avila

Thalia Avila is passionate about finding talented bands/musicians for the purpose of giving them the spotlight they deserve in the world.