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Spring 2014 Update from Erica!

Hey guys!

Well, it has been a long and great road thus far, and we are almost at the release date!  We have just completed 2 brand new music videos for the upcoming singles, “Letter” and “Paris” and are looking forward to sharing with you and all the world!

Stay tuned and we will try and keep updating more regularly as there is news to report.

Thank you for the continued support as I could not do it alone,

Much love,

Er asks Erica about her thoughts on David Bowie’s music video

Critic: New David Bowie video ‘offensive’ to Christians


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 The contentious music clip, deemed “a bloody battle between the sacred and the profane,” was banned from YouTube for “violating terms of service” just a few hours after its release on Wednesday, and returned with an age restriction a little while later.But some say Bowie’s creative vision mocks Christianity, and wish it was gone altogether.And according to emerging songstress Erica Chase, music and art is the one place where boundaries can be pushed and rules can be broken.

“Artists have the ability to say what lay people and politicians often cannot because there is a demand for it,” she continued. “And religion encircles the great unknown: what is the purpose of this life and what happens after. Bowie and Gaga are just as uncertain as you and I about all that, so why can’t we enjoy a catchy song with an imaginative video to boot?”

A rep for Bowie did not respond to a request for further comment.Read more:

UK’s NME features the Erica Chase “We Can Fly” video on their website

NME, Erica Chase, FINAL

Erica Chase on ABC Las Vegas “Morning Blend”

Screen shot of Erica performing on ABC KNTV Las Vegas "Morning Blend"- discussing upcoming album and debuting new song.

Screen shot of Erica performing on ABC KNTV Las Vegas “Morning Blend”- discussing upcoming album and debuting new song.

Erica gets rocker sexy on Playboy Radio!

Hey loves!  I was so incredibly honored to be the featured guest on “Playmates Present” on Playboy Radio on Sirius/XM.  Between being able to share my story and my road to a music career and play one of my fav songs, “Never Let You Go,” it couldn’t have been a better day!

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By: Robert CavuotoIf you took John Lennon, Lindsey Buckingham, and Sheryl Crow and morphed them into one, it might sound a bit like Los Angeles native, Erica Chase.  If you don’t believe me, check out the clip, below, of her track, “We Can Fly”.She’s a little bit of old school rock meshed with pop hooks, and wholeheartedly, authentically unique. And her music is beginning to get some buzz around the country.Erica formed a rock band in college which got local buzz, but it was not until her senior year that a partnership would begin that would make her next move extremely clear.The day after a phone call introduction that would lead to an interesting partnership with Dana Strum (Vinnie Vincent, Slaughter & Vince Neil Band), Erica nearly lost her life as she was riding a bicycle and was hit by a truck, which landed her in the emergency room. Continue Reading →

Erica Chase Discusses the Reality of Making it in Today’s Music Industry

Erica Chase is a Southern California-born singer-songwriter and guitarist who grew up around two brothers and was very much into sports when she heard a Red Hot Chili Peppers tune at the age of 7.  She was so hooked on it that she developed an interest in music.  By the time she finished high school, she would be as much into the music as she was into sports, writing song after song, and learning how to play guitar.

While majoring in English at a private California college, her father’s business connections led to Erica meeting up with producer and Slaughter bassist Dana Strum in February 2006.  No sooner did that meeting happen than the day after, Erica, while riding on her bicycle, crashed into a truck’s windshield, sustaining minor injuries.  Her recovery led her to realizing that, despite future plans to be a school teacher, life was too short, and she wanted to rock. Continue Reading →

Erica Chase Rocks the Red Carpet with Patti Stanger for

Erica Chase rocks out on the red carpet for the Millionaire Matchmaker, Patti Stanger’s, birthday party at KOI in Los Angeles. Stanger was also celebrating the launch of her new website, 10 Female Guitarists to Watch!!

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Exposed: 10 More Female Guitarists You Should Know, Part 4

Erica Chase

Erica Chase is a rock star and a pop star. Though influenced at a young age by The Beatles, The Doors and Jimi Hendrix, she says she has “always dreamed about a Top 40 kind of singer-songwriter career.” Chase seamlessly blends both genres into something she can truly call her own unique style. Armed with her guitar and a deep, powerful voice, Chase is on the rise to the top. Her dream of landing the Top 40 charts just might become reality sooner rather than later.

Dana Strum, bassist for Slaughter, is producing Chase’s upcoming debut album, which is set to release some time this year. Check out the music video for her original song “We Can Fly.” your dreams!

Chase-ing Your Dreams, One Chord at a Time

Singer/Songwriter Erica Chase decided life’s too short not to be a rock star.

Erica Chase, the talented young singer/songwriter (“We Can Fly”) was an English major at Pitzer College in Claremont, California, when she met multiplatinum producer, Dana Strum (Slaughter bassist). Through connections her father’s business partner made in Las Vegas, Erica met Dana on February 1, 2006. That date will forever burn in her memory, not only because of the amazingness of the moment, but because of what happened the very next day. Riding on her bicycle on the way to meet a friend for lunch, she was slammed up against a truck windshield, flying through the air and onto the ground. She awoke in a helicopter with a mask over her face. Continue Reading →