Vintage Harmonic Symphony
Sponsored by
Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Company
and Wells Fargo

Vintage Harmonic Symphony is an Americana group from Charlotte, NC, and they can’t wait to see you at the Gettys Art Center Courtroom! You'll hear music from some of your favorite bands: Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles, The Eagles, and Journey, as well as original music off their upcoming record, along with brand new songs yet to be performed.  



7:30 PM

Gettys Art Center

201 East Main St. | Rock Hill, SC 29730

Doors open at 7:00 PM



VHS loves to perform songs with big, bold harmonies and catchy melodies. Known for their 3-part harmonies and sing-along lyrics, you don’t want to miss this chance to see them live! 


Vintage Harmonic Symphony is:

  • Chase Killough:
    Chase Killough is a lead vocalist, mandolin/banjo/guitar player, and songwriter for Vintage Harmonic Symphony. Chase is known throughout Charlotte and the Carolinas for his instrumental versatility and his captivating vocals. Making his living as a professional musician, he has spent the last 10 years playing throughout the Southeast as a solo artist and with several bands. Killough released an original solo record, “Hell and High Water,” in 2016 that has received acclaim throughout the U.S. and internationally. He was born and raised in Rock Hill, SC and grew up listening to a wide array of southern rock, delta blues, bluegrass, old time, funk, and soul. Chase complements his playing and picking with smooth and powerful vocals. He currently lives in Charlotte, NC.

  • Logan Cosper:
    Logan is a lead vocalist in Vintage Harmonic Symphony. She is currently a senior at Winthrop University majoring in Musical Theater and Vocal Performance. Logan recently placed 2nd in the nation at the NATS vocal performance competition, and has performed in many theater productions in lead and supporting roles, including Mary Poppins. Her warm tone and vibrato add a unique character to VHS songs and harmonies. She currently resides in Rock Hill, SC with her dog Dolly.

  • Bobby Vaziri:
    Bobby is a vocalist, piano player, and songwriter in VHS. He has been writing music for nearly 20 years and his passion for his craft continues to grow with this new project. He released a solo record, “Songs in Pop Minor,” in 2017 which showcases his songwriting creativity and catchy melodies. Vaziri is currently a professor of business analytics at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. He lives there with his wife, Stacey, and 2 dogs, Mr. Tucker and Ellie Mae.

  • Chris Bachner:
    Chris Bachner picked up the guitar at 17 after playing trumpet since age 10. A self-taught guitar player, Chris has played in several original bands including Crash Ruby, Mighty Macklin, and Jettison Drive. Chris is a guitar player in Vintage Harmonic Symphony. Chris pursued business after college and currently owns and runs Precision Painting, a residential and commercial painting company in the Carolinas, and J Bird Snacks, a healthy snack company. He lives with his wife Patti and 2 kids in Fort Mill, SC.


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in person | Center for the Arts, 121 E. Main St., Rock Hill, SC 29730



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