Driving down the highway. Living free. Chemical Diary, Dudee and Roland Numbers play music along the way. For more than three years they have been moving in Hollywood, California. They have recorded their music at the world famous Sunset Sound recording studio, and performed live at the world famous Whisky a Go-Go. They were discovered in Hollywood, and asked to be on television with Granny Rat. They play both acoustic and electric sets of classic rock and blues. They write original songs too. On May 26, 2017, Chemical Diary graced the cover of New Music Weekly magazine. Dudee, acted in a short film titled The Blasphemy in Hollywood, California with Director, Gibron Chaudhari. Going into the future, Chemical Diary has added a MacBook Pro with Reason software for building drum tracks to drive the beat of the music they play as they go down life's highway. A review of the October 14, 2017 Chemical Diary live show at the Whisky A Go-Go is in the December 2017 Music Connection Magazine.