“Chris is always on point, has a voice that you want to keep listening to, and a calmness that makes that experience of his shows relaxing and comfortable.” - Artists on the Move
Chris is a 26-year-old indie/folk/alternative rock singer-songwriter from Boston, MA. Chris started singing in theater productions at an early age, and covers both class and modern music with ease. His voice fills all corners of the room at every performance, and his pure tone, technical consistency stops people to listen to all he has to give.
Chris D'Agostino has a diverse musical appetite, with influences stemming from Jeff Buckley to Chris Cornell to Queen. With his many years of theater experience, combined with his passion for performing, Chris loves being on stage, connecting with his audience and engulfing himself in his vocal expression.
He recently won the Boston Sings Fenway Open Mic Competition at Loretta's Last Call which had over 100 participants over a three month period of time. The winning prize involved performing at several clubs along Landsdowne Street in Boston's Fenway Park region. In February 2020 Chris was a top finalist in the Songriffic Cover/Original Song Competition at Loretta's Last Call. He is performing in several shows in the Boston region in the coming months.
Chris has been on a writing spree. He released his first single, "Grey Horizon" in 2019, wrote two other songs accompanied with music videos, "The Adani Song" and "An Act to Secure a Clean Energy Future" to advocate for environmental causes, and will release his second single, "Social Tremors" soon.