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Q. When did your band form?
A. 2005
Q. Who are some of your influences?
A.Blink 182, Bloodhound Gang, Everclear, Rise Against
Q. Why did you want to perform at the Battle?
A. To help people harness their Inner-Chee
Q. What can we expect during your performance?
A. 4 dapper gents exploding with energy and making the crowd move and live life.
Q. How long has your band been together?
A. 2 years
Q. Are you excited to share the stage with Halifax?
A. Sure, why not?
Q. Have you played any other shows around Scranton?
A. Yes, countless shows around this area
Q. What’s the biggest show you’ve ever played?
A. With the Toasters and Mad Conductor in Wilkes-Barre.
Q. Who would you like to see perform for next year’s Spring Concert?
A. Blink 182.
Q. What made you want to start a band?
A. We’re on a mission of demolition.
Q. What inspires your lyrics?
A. Aliens, local celebrities, life, and the dying world around us.
Q. If you could perform at any venue which, or where, would you play?
A. We would want to play at the Warped Tour without a doubt.
- The University Of Scranton


Sportcoats & Speedos (2006) - 6 song EP
-British Football King and Where Was the Sun received radio airplay

Desperate Green (2008) - 10 song LP due out in Summer 2008



In 2003, in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, Pat Conaboy (Bass/Vocals) and Kevin Callen (Guitar/Vocals) started a band along with two friends from middle school. After 4 years, maybe 3 shows, and numerous lineup changes, Chee was finally formed. In the summer of 2005, they recruited Tom McAndrew on lead guitar and began playing shows as a power trio with Tom and Kevin on guitar, and Pat on drums. In September of 2006 they recorded and released their first ever record, an EP entitled Sportcoats and Speedos. After which they continued playing local shows to good reception from kids of all kinds. In the very beginning of 2007 they decided it was time to get a drummer, and asked Pat Kirby to try it out for a show. After an excellent performance on such short notice, Pat Kirby was the new drummer of Chee. With their lineup cemented, they began to play more shows and write more songs. In January of 2008 they headed to SubCat Studios in Central NY and began recording their first full length album. The album, to be released in Summer 2008, is called Desperate Green, and is a major step forward for the young ambitious ones. With some regional shows approaching, they hope to spread the Inner-Chee all over the Northeast, and win the hearts of the young and old alike.