Folk vocalist/songwriter Chris Ayer was raised in McLean, VA, and began using guitar and composing music in his teenagers. While participating in Stanford School, where he examined school of thought and music beginning in 2000, he released his performing profession and self-released his debut EP, Static, in June 2003. After a calendar year of experimenting the Bay Region following university, Ayer made a decision to move to NY, where he resolved in Brooklyn in June 2005. He booked himself into displays around the united states and released another EP, New Music, in August 2005. The full-length record This is actually the Place (November 7, 2006) included the melody “Evaporate,” which gained the John Lennon Songwriting Competition in the folk category. Ayer following released Live Periods (Sept 2007) and the guts Band EP (November 2007). His second full-length studio room album, Don’t Get back to Sleep, arrived on August 18, 2009.