Over the years, many Atlanta Braves fans have tried to write and/or record a song about their favorite team. But Aaron Chewning seems to be on top of the world right now in this category.
Around this time in 2013, Chewning came out with Beast From The East. A very well put together production of the video plus the song was great. He then went on to produce The Legend of El Oso Blanco and Baselines. If you haven’t checked any of these out, I’m sure you’ll appreciate this love and dedication to his team.
Now, Chewning is up to it again. This time he’s wrote his new song on what everyone loves to participate in while at Turner Field – the tomahawk chop!
Chewning and his band are getting recognized around the sport as the Braves played his Beast From The East in the stadium last season and many folks inside the team tweeted it out last year.
Now, even ESPN’s Buster Olney has tweeted it out saying his son is a favorite of the Braves and would love this.
My 9-year-old son is a Braves fan and he will like this. https://t.co/f13eE25LSe
— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) April 3, 2014
I’ve enjoyed all music tracks that he’s recorded and so I share with yal. Hopefully you will see some satisfaction in his newest release.
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