Singer-Songwriter Chase Emery Lands Two More Television Deals

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Up and coming 19-year old singer-songwriter Chase Emery continues his impressive move into the world of licensing music for television by signing two more deals with MTV and ABC.

Up and coming singer-songwriter Chase Emery continues his impressive move into the world of licensing his music for television and other media with two new blockbuster fall season TV deals.

At the young age of 19, Chase Emery has now placed his songs on four popular television series, with more in the works. His latest achievements are two placements for the 2007 fall season. The song, "I Can't Wait" is set to be played on ABC's second season of the hit series "Men in Trees" on October 26, and also on an upcoming episode of MTV's highly popular "The Hills." The song "I Can't Wait" is one of twelve tracks from his May 2007 release of his latest album "Definition."

Last year, Chase licensed "I'm not Going Anywhere" to MTV's "Laguna Beach" and "Just to Be There" to ABC Family Channel's "Three Moons over Milford." Both of these songs were from his 2005 EP, "Fuel." Additionally, his music has been licensed for social networking web sites like OneTrueMedia and YouTube's #2 all time most-subscribed channel, LonelyGirl15.

Charles Levan, owner of Blue Buddha Entertainment, and the agent responsible for these television licensing deals, says of Chase Emery, "Chase Emery's music is both heartfelt and friendly. He tells it like it is. From love tunes to 'life as we know it,' Chase is a talented singer-songwriter that's 'one to hear.'"

Chase Emery's next live performance is on November 6, 7:00 pm, at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood.

To be informed his progress, and to hear all of his commercially available songs, go to his web site at You can follow his blog and sign up for his mailing list that will keep you updated with his latest news. Chase Emery is available for interviews and other requests.


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