The Chris Elmore – Acoustic


4th of July 16 Days A Country Boy Can Survive Act Naturally Amie Anymore A pirate Looks at Forty Banjo Odyssey Black Sheep Brown Eyeed Girl Callin Baton Rouge City of New Orleans  Copper Head Road Cover me up Dixie Land Delight Danny’s Song Diamonds and Gasoline Drift off to Dream East Bound and Down Elephant Father and Son Find Yourself Fire and Rain – Landslide Fire on the Mountian Gurtars and Cadilacs He Stpped Loving Her Today He went ot Paris Herd it in a Love Song Hey Mama Hotel Calfornia Howling At Nothing I Need Never Get Old I’ll Be I’m Yours I’mGonna Be Somebody In Hell I’ll Be in Good Company It’s A Great Day to be Alive Jamestown Ferry Keys to Paradise Let’s Go Dancing Lost in my Mind Luckenbach Texas Morning Song Mountian Music Mr Bojangles Mr. Blue Sky My Daddy Was A MilkMan Oh Lonesome Me Peaceful Easy Feeling Relatively Easy S.O.B Sedona Seminole Wind She Talks to Angles Son of A Son of A Sailor Song For Lsabella Stockholm Street of Bakersfield Stright Tequila Night Stable Song Tennesse Whiskey The Joker The Race is On The Stable Song Three Little Birds Tuesday’s Gone Wagon Wheel Welcome to Hard Times Werewolves of London Whiskey River You Never Even Called Me By My Name You Worry Me Friends in Low Places The Dance Hold My Hand Solitude  Don’t Stop Believing  Faithfully 


Classically trained in a bar… Chris has been playing in front of real humans for over 30 years… Since 1986 when he got his first bass guitar after telling the cool band dude at Watauga High School that his bass player (Chuck) sucked and that he (Chris) was better. Much to Chris’s surprise the cool dude (Rick) said… “Ok, you are in”. Unfortunately Chris had never played the bass, but fortunately, Chris’s birthday was a few days later and his dad bought him a dead stringed, warped neck, rusted pickup bass guitar and then it was on. In the early 90’s after opening for John Anderson, Pirates of the Mississippi and Kris Kristofferson he found himself in Nashville at the Blue Bird Café. Life takes turns and a career in music wasn’t to be, so, learning the guitar (acoustic and electric), banjo, mandolin, and ukulele ( along with many hymns, bars, restaurants and festivals later Chris finds himself playing the music that is best explained as background to front row Americana, folk, and country classics, that makes people eat, drink and be merry. In the autumn of his life you won’t find Chris haggling over money, dressing rooms or snacks in the green room, he just wants to play music for the people because he loves it.