Find Your MUSE(ic)Find Your MUSE(ic): Video of the Week – Chip & The Charge Ups “Good Riddance Fallen Angel”

Chip & The Charge Ups – Hard Rock/Power Pop – Pittsburgh, PA

Video – “Good Riddance, Fallen Angel”

Chip & The Charge Ups is a rather unique Rock band – and we’ve got the video to prove it. This week we’re stepping away from the overly heavy and hitting you with a Green Day/Poison Mash Up video. With Chip Di Monick at the helm this band has it’s roots in Hard Rock and Punk, but they add in some Power Pop to keep things interesting! Chip has recreated himself with this new(ish) endeavor that is celebrating it’s first year but getting attention everywhere in the Steel City. Speaking of everywhere, Chip & The Charge Ups seem to be… literally everywhere! This band has InstagramTwitterFacebook, even Snapchat! They have a ton of original music that’s been the talk of the town and you can check out more on their YouTube Channel and if you’re in the Pittsburgh area, check them out at their next event – Click here to get your ticket now!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jana Lee Macheca

Jana Lee Macheca (aka Lady Jaye) is the owner and editor of First Angel Media as well as professional photographer and writer. Having worked in national and local levels of music media her goal is to provide professional coverage for bands of all levels.

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FAM is a Pittsburgh, PA based music media company that’s all about the personal, emotional and social experience of music. The internet is awesome for finding music – living it is better! We’re bringing you professional photos from shows, articles, videos and more to remind you that your weekend doesn’t have to be spent here in the virtual world but with people who have at least one thing in common with you – a shared taste for music. Music media has been done before, but we flipped the script and concentrate on the stuff you haven’t seen yet – the local and regional bands that aren’t just a name on a billboard and a face on a stage. You’re probably still going to find some national level stuff happening around the Pittsburgh area but that’s because when they come to town, they’re part of our family… and once upon a time they were a local band from somewhere.

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