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Lucas Chaisson


Lucas ChaissonLucas Chaisson is a 16-year old singer songwriter from Cochrane, Alberta. Both as a writer and performer Lucas exudes a maturity far beyond his years. His soulful original songs and imaginative arrangements of covers make a strong emotional connection with his audience. With songs described as roots, rhythm and blues and comparisons to the likes of John Mayer, Martin Sexton and Ron Sexsmith, Lucas continues to capture audiences and grow as an artist.

In the past year, Lucas has skyrocketed into the impressive Alberta music scene, as a member of U22 Productions. He has received praise from such names as legendary singer-songwriter Ian Thomas, The Polyjesters, singer-songwriter and producer Gurf Morlix, and prolific singer/songwriter Justin Rutledge. He has always had an eclectic taste in music and has been influenced by a range of artists from Neil Young, Eric Clapton, the Beatles, Luther Van dross, Martin Sexton, and early Motown to Andre Boccelli.

His skillful, percussive guitar style, insightful lyrics and honest vocals keep audiences engaged and wanting more. Although in the business a relatively short time, Lucas’ drive and passion for music is spreading quickly.

The term "old soul" is over used but it's literally the case with this cleaver young tunesmith. His lyrics are mature, well crafted and interesting. His vocal styling is akin to that of Brett Dennan and Ron Sexmith; his performance style is reminiscent of a young Martin Sexton. When he's on stage, he is exactly where he is supposed to be.


"With catchy lyrics and funky tunes, anyone can tell Lucas has an ear for a hook. His original songs reflect a style that is close to Jack Johnson and Jeremy Fisher. I really enjoy listening to this dude every chance I get."- James Slater 

"Those tweener sets are pretty tough, but you definitely pulled it off. Great stuff, very entertaining."- Cindy Church


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