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Chasing Katie

Chasing Katie

Chasing Katie


Chasing Katie was a pop/rock band that was started by two friends that met in a college history class in the summer of 2005. These two friends are Ryan Enloe (the lead guitarist) and Billy Wilcosky (the front man). Legend has it that after jamming together just one time, they wrote a song and decided to form Chasing Katie. Ryan already knew another classmate who played drums. His name... none other than Cris Cortes. Two amazing bass players would later join (not at the same time). Read more on Last.fm
Chasing Katie was a pop/rock band that was started by two friends that met in a college history class in the summer of 2005. These two friends are Ryan Enloe (the lead guitarist) and Billy Wilcosky (the front man). Legend has it that after jamming together just one time, they wrote a song and decided to form Chasing Katie. Ryan already knew another classmate who played drums.

His name... none other than Cris Cortes. Two amazing bass players would later join (not at the same time). First, Paul Weissert.

His bass can be heard on the band's one and only album. After the album was released near the beginning of 2006, Paul had to leave the group. But, they quickly found Adam Davenport who toured with the band until their final show near the end of that year. Adam re-joined the band in 2009 along with Billy and Cris, but by the end of 2009 the band split again, this time for good.

Although Chasing Katie was only around about a year and a half (then again for about 6 months in 2009), they wrote 15 to 20 songs, played at popular Atlanta, GA venues like the Masquerade and Smith's Olde Bar, signed to an indie label and created a lot of buzz. Their music lives on in the hearts of their fans, inside the Internet and at Steak 'n Shakes. In fact, go to a Steak 'n Shake in Atlanta and ask, "Are you gonna finish your ketchup?" Some say you'll hear the arpeggio guitar lick from Deja Vu playing softly in the background. Read more on Last.fm.

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