Spawning from the early success of the Nathan Whitt Band, Chief's Tale emerged as one of North America's Hottest Live Groups in the late 90's as listed in Dean Budnick's book of the same name.
The band quickly gained notoriety as it constantly spiraled out from its home base in Southern Ohio along with its yearly trips to the Florida Keys and mountains of the western United States. National attention was achieved as the single "Charade" from the album "Amorphous Mass" hit the radio airwaves around the country and eventually landed at #62 on the New Music Weekly national Hot AC chart in late 2000.
The band split up in early 2001, but joined back together in 2007 ... Read More
In September of 2007 the members of Chief's Tale threw a reunion party on a secret piece of land in the rural Southern Ohio country side. It had been nearly 7 years to the day since their last performance. The band gave an intimate performance under a fool moon to nearly 250 friends and fans gathered on the hillside. Check out the performances from this magical night of reunion of old friendships and music.