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Chaz Mechenbier
Upcoming LIVE PERFORMANCES
APRIL 2016
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Fri 4/15 Market District Kingsdale
Sat 4/16 Private event w/Phil Maneri
Tue 4/19 Ohio Assoc. Realtors
Wed 4/20 Private, Longaberger
Thu 4/21 Hidden Lakes Winery
Sat 4/23 Step Up for Stephanie + private events
Thu 4/28 Mezzo
Dublin
Sat 4/30 Private events


MAY 2016
Sun 5/1 Last Call St. Chris
Wed 5/4 HLW Pro Jam
Thu 5/5 CINCO! at La Fogata, Picktown 3 pm  
Thu 5/5 Hidden Lakes Winery 6pm

Fri 5/6 Private Event, Via Vecchia
Sat 5/7 Mayfair Village/priv. event Dayton
Wed 5/11 HLW Pro Jam
Thu 5/12 Abner's Hilliard
Fri 5/13 Private event, Granville
Sat 5/14 Race for the Cure/Private event
Thu  5 19 Hidden Lakes Winery
Fri 5/20 Brookside CC
Thu 5/26 Abner's Hillard
Fri 5/27 Hollywood Casino DAYTON

Also this Summer: Zoofari, Picktown concert
series, Pearl Market concerts and the
Creekside Blues Festival
on June 17!

"Hang Time" 2016 demo

Nicki and Chaz 2016

"Hang Time" at the Hollywood
Casino 2013

"Hot Rod Lincoln" solo acoustic
guitar

Blues Guitar Shuffle w/Kelly and
Jan

Chaz with John Purcell, "I'm Tore
Down"

"All of Me" w/ Arkadiy Gips

"Take It Easy" with Bob Piascik
VIDEO CLIPS
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Chaz Mechenbier, from Dayton, Ohio, has been playing guitar
for as long as he can remember, starting his professional
career while still in high school.  Loving every minute of it, he
says he has "yet to grow up".

Chaz has played around Columbus since 1980, with a 7-year
stint in Nashville playing for some top singers and musicians,
most notably award winner Ronnie Milsap and guitar whiz and
comedian Jerry Reed.  In 1997 Chaz returned to Columbus,
joining the band Phil Dirt and the Dozers.  He's been a
sideman to Ohio's great singers, including the elctrifying blues
singer Shaun Booker and Elvis stylist Mike Albert.

Chaz learned to play from his 7 brothers and sisters, and
learned to entertain by sharing stages all over the world with
some of the greatest musicians of his time.  Take a seat, or
stay on your feet, Chaz will bring the music to you!
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