Chris Lebresco Solo Acoustic Musician for hire in Exton Pennsylvania Chester County

by chrislebresco on April 22, 2015

Chris Lebresco is a solo Acoustic Musician for hire. He plays guitar and sings performing popular cover songs in Exton Pennsylvania Chester County.  I have been playing guitar for the last 15 years and performing regularly in bars and restaurants in the area for the last 10+ years. I play a wide variety of everyone’s favorite acoustic cover songs from the 70’s to today.

With a soothing voice and a mellow guitar style, I continue to grow my fan base and am consistently asked back for return appearances wherever I perform. With a catalog of over 200 songs, I can quickly adjust my song selection to please audiences of all ages. I am very professional, reliable and easy to work with. Additionally, I use the most professional sounding, state-of-the-art equipment available assuring you that your guests have a great time.

My influences include artists such as Ray LaMontagne, Pearl Jam, Cat Stevens, and Bruce Springsteen to name a few. Some of the other artists I cover include…Neil Young, Johnny Cash, Zac Brown Band, Jack Johnson, Dave Matthews, The Killers, Counting Crows, Kings of Leon, Goo Goo Dolls, Tom Petty, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Elton John, Billy Joel, U2, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones , James Taylor, Oasis, John Mayer, David Gray, Van Morrison, Jimmy Buffett and many other artists you know from the 70‘s to today!

I am available for hire for your Bar, Restaurant or Private Event.

Contact me today to reserve a date!

Chris Lebresco Acoustic Musician for hire Exton PA Chester County

Chris Lebresco Acoustic Musician for hire Exton PA Chester County

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chrislebresco July 29, 2021 at 1:44 PM

Hello Matt, just see your message about performing at a resident home. Yes, I perform at private event all the time. If I am not too late, let me know the details. Sincerely, Chris Lebresco


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