Chad Aaron Perez
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Chad Aaron Perez

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"An Insider's Review of the Muncie Show! 10/14/2006"

Standing in as opener was Chad Perez, an Indianapolis singer/songwriter who knocked our socks (and more than one pair of panties) off with an acoustic/electric solo performance of great covers and smooth-as-silk originals. I honestly don't know how he managed to remain seated--every part of him was in motion as he put everything he had into each song. The crowd sang along enthusiastically, and loudly! (Oh, wait--that was me!) The covers were a blast--Chad made them recognizable but very much his own--but it was his originals that really caught my attention. Chad has a flair for energy and drama, but his songs demonstrate his deep understanding of pop craftsmanship and his dedication to perfection. More than once, I saw an audience member cock his head, point his finger, and say, 'That's a great fucking song!' "

Taken from:

- Insanity Please Official Blog



twilight (2002)
Any Title You Desire (2003)
Life in Stills...(2007)

Singles (with Airplay):

Home (2002)
Sunshine Sorrow (2003)

Extensive collection of tracks streaming on MySpace



Like shattering glass...the sound of hearts breaking...and lovers dying...believers fighting, if you will...thus is the sound of Chad Aaron Perez...a producer and solo artist from South Bend, Indiana, Chad Aaron Perez has written a large body of work in the genres of Rock, Alternative, Pop and Acoustic (singer-songwriter) while producing mostly Rap and R&B sounds for numerous artists. Released in the summer of 2002 "twilight" was Chad's first solo release after the demise of his band the Appealing Idiots (GOOGLE THEM...YOU'LL FIND SOMETHING...NOT MUCH...BUT PROOF OF EXISTENCE). With raw production and simple songwriting charm, "twilight" gained Chad the first radio spins of his career in the singles "Home" and "Sunshine Sorrow". "Any Title You Desire", released 8 months after "twilight" focused more on the clean, studio quality sound as a contrast to "twilight". Containing the epic anthem "Memoirs and Shooting Stars", "Any Title You Desire" showcased a variety of musical styles and featured rapper/songwriter 'Tell Ross on two tracks. "Life in Stills...", "Notebook Sessions..Swivel Chair Sessions" and "Taking Advantage of the Distance" are all slated for 2007 releases.