Chelsea Berman began performing at the young age of 8, getting her start on the stage in musical theatre. From these modest beginnings on the Central Coast of New South Wales, her willpower to become a professional recording artist, touring constantly throughout Australia has seen her development into a talented young performer.
Now as a teenager, her warmth and friendliness as a person, combined with her durable sense of personal style, Berman has all the developing chunks for a bright and thriving music career.
In early 2018, “Better Than Ever,” the debut publication from this great new talent hit the airwaves. This independently release, is a 5-track EP, that surpassed expectations, attaining the Apple iTunes Country Album #4 Chart Position. Incredibly, Berman was both the top placed Australian artist and highest placed female artist on release.
Already a graceful songwriter, Berman has made many great opportunities on just this short journey, having already co-written with top talent including Chelsea Basham (Golden Guitar and CMC Award Winner), Rachel Fahim (Toyota Star Maker Winner), Dean Ray (X-Factor Finalist) and Melanie Dyer (The Voice). With solid plans to expand her skillset as a singer/songwriter, believe to see many more exciting writing partnerships in the future.
The rest of 2018 showcases a wonderful timeline for Berman, with her focus turning to rising her profile on the festival route and taking her own music to brand new audiences. In December 2018, her next single will done with a plan that the song will come in the early part of 2019.
On January 29, 2019, Berman brand new single “Kiss Me Like You Miss Me” came out and it is available both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Chelsea Berman then check out her website at https://www.chelseabermanmusic.com.
Andy Chipman started his musical career at the young age of 8 when he talked his father into allowing him take piano lessons and not long after that he started to play the guitar. Songwriting would end up being his next purpose in life.
After completing high school, he felt compelled to jump on a plane to Chicago to obtain his business degree and take the “Safe Path.” He thought he could check the box of college while remaining to write music, but after graduating college it did not take him long to be waist deep in the world of finance and on his way to creating a very thriving career. Over time, Chipman had kept his music alive by filling open mic nights and playing local shows, however once you are alive you just keep getting older and there no more time to waste before you are in your 20’s. Chipman could no longer fight off the piles of not heard songs that had been collecting dust at the bottom of his drawer.
In 2016, Chipman’s company made a surprise moves to reposition him from Massachusetts to Arizona to help increase setups out West. It was there he crossed trails with local producer Stephen Moyer and retired Nashville session/tour drummer Bobby Earl Hamilton. The three of them had immediate chemistry and teamed up to bring to life Chipman first debut single “Black On Out.” This song is an update anthem that recalls a rollercoaster ride of early adulthood and the errors, unlearned lessons, and complex relationships that come with it.
On November 23, 2018 Chipman put out his latest single “Black On Out,” and it is available both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more Andy Chipman then check out his website at https://andychipman.com.
Music City SongStar Winner, NSAI Top-40 songwriter and Georgia Country Awards Overall Artist of the Year, Matt Rogers, is no foreigner to the stage. He has also performing in over 200 shows a year of playing at different venues across the southeast and sharing the stage with some of country biggest artists and groups like Old Dominion, Clint Black, Jake Owen, Cole Swindell, LOCASH and Michael Ray. Rogers has developed a huge fan base with his exciting stage presence.
When he is not on the road, he is writing music with some of Nashville’s most talented songwriters. He was recently awarded the top award from Music City SongStar for his single “She Was Everything.” Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) and CMT picked his “I Was Raised,” for a songwriting achievement award. It also went on to be selected by NSAI as a Top 40 song.
This Georgia boy makes a bond with his listeners through his emotionally gripping lyrics and unique melodies. His talent has captured the attention of many fans as well as a country legend such as TG Sheppard shares that Rogers is “the real deal…the total package. [He’s] a great singer, a great picker and a great songwriter.” Rogers also received praisefrom industry tastemaker, Robert K. Oermann. Oermann picked the title track for Roger’s EP, “Richest Place on Earth,” for the Music Row’s DisCovery Award. Oermann also praised the track saying that it was “extremely well written and sung with excitement and confidence.
Also Rogers released a music video for the title track for his sophomore project, “Richest Place On Earth.” Emmy Award Winning production company, “Tytan Pictures,” recorded the video in Rogers’ hometown of Eatonon, GA. The video followed the release of his lyric video for his previous song, “Britches,” which debuted on The Boot earlier this year. The release came just in time for Rogers’ second time at the CMA Fest 2018, where he sang on stages such as CMA’s Spotlight Stage, Maui Jim Hard Rock Stage and the famous Wildhorse Saloon. He also met fans from the across the world inside Fan Fair X where he signed autographs at the Durango Boots booth. In 2017, Rogers became one of the first Brand Ambassadors for Durango Boots. His touring calendar is continuing across the country.
Rogers’ latest single “Peaches and Pecans,” came out on August 30, 2018 and it is available to download and listen to both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Rogers’ then check out his website at https://www.mattrogerscountry.com.
Brett Sheroky’s liking for country music started at an early age. His parents were always playing records and cassettes of George Strait, Conway Twitty, The Judds, and Willie Nelson. Sheroky’s passion for music developed as he started to write his own songs and playing in and around his home city of Belleville, IL. Finally, he made the movie to Nashville aka: Music City.
Sheroky hit the ground running but was distracted just a couple months later when he diagnosed with cancer. He shares “when you are told you have the “C” word, everything changes. He understands that what you want out of life cannot wait. For Sheroky, this great dream became everything he ate, sleep and breathe.” Sheroky has been cancer free since 2013.
While he spent some years as a songwriter getting many songs cut by independent artists, he began to make a name for himself around Nashville as musician Sheroky’s single “Alcholiday” won the 2017 John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Many months later, he signed his first publishing and artist development deal with Luna Music Group.
His songwriting mixes catchy commercial tunes with crafty hooks and great lyrics. Sheroky’s voice sounds like it came from 1990’s country radio. The arrangement makes him one to watch out for. Sheroky latest single “Better on Paper” is available both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Brett Sheroky then check out his website at http://www.brettsheroky.com.
ACMA nominated country singer, Alecia Aichelle, has always been known that country music was her directed path. Notified she would sing again after problems with throat surgery, Aichelle showed true spirit and fought all chances for an unbelievable recovery. Her determination, mixed with a strong love for music, is what fuels Aichelle’s desire as an artist. Her great work and willpower are obvious as she continues to showcase her skills as a songwriter and performer both with a whole band and solo shows.
This past summer was exciting for Aichelle with her Hooked On Us radio tour, which involved visiting over 40 stations in Western Canada in her sponsored car from Scott Subaru of Red Deer. The highlight of her summer shows was playing a show with Aaron Goodvin and Aaron Pritchett on the Westerner Days Mainstage at the Enmax Centrium in Red Deer. Aichelle’s drive has continued into the fall with more big shows and a trip back to Nashville to write and record new music.
Following a long week playing two dates with her band on the Canadian Finals Rodeo Mainstage in Red Deer, including being one of the opening acts for Lindsay Ell, Aichelle released her newest single “Doin’ Here” on November 7, 2018. “Doin Here,” takes on an adventure to an old bar, a dance floor and a few beers and an energetic female who is not scared to make the first move. This song was co-written by Joe Forte and recorded in Nashville with Daniel Dennis at Prime Cut Studio, Aichelle is happy about the new sound of “Doin’ Here,” and looks forward to playing it live with her band. She will be visiting some radio stations in Alberta on her “Doin’ Here radio tour this fall/winter and has more thrilling shows coming up with her band.
Aichelle has previously put out her debut album, “Golden,” in 2016 and 5 other singles to Canadian Country Radio including “Hooked On Us,” which was released on June 18, 2018 National Go Fishing Day to kick off the summer fishing season. Aichelle was so happy and honored to be sponsored by Scott Subaru of Red Deer with a 2018 Impreza Hatchback for her Hooked on Us summer radio tour throughout Western Canada. Her best friend and dog, Hank her French bulldog, was supposed to join her on tour but unfortunately he became sick with a rare illness. After fighting for his life in animal hospital for almost 3 weeks with Aichelle by his side, she had to say farewell. Aichelle dedicated Hooked On Us and her summer tour to Hank.
In Fall 2017, she was back in Nashville writing and recording new music. She put out her 4thsingle to radio, “Get Some.” In the early part of 2017 she put out her 3rdsingle, “What It Wasn’t,” to Canadian Country Radio. This song was off her debut album “Golden.” “What It Wasn’t,” comes from a real and truthful place for Aichelle. Also she released two singles to Canadian Country Radio in 2016 “Without June, a Nashville co-write and “Country Life,” which was written mostly by Aichelle.
Aichelle’s debut album “Golden,” was released in Spring 2016, and it was nominated for Album of Year at the 2016 ACMA’s. This album covers co-writes as wells as tunes written mostly by Aichelle. She has had the honor of writing with many songwriters in Nashville including Joe Forte, Greg Friia (Bonne Tyler, Richie McDonald, Eric Paslay), Emilee Allan, Mary Danna (Trisha Yearwood, Trace Adkins, Carolyn Dawn Johnson), and Forest Miller (Chasin’ Crazy). The talented Daniel Dennis at Prime Cut Studio in Nashville produced the bulk of the album.
Aichelle was born and raised in Kelowna, BC. Her love for music and performing started early on as she grew up singing in her church and shined in at Royal Conservatory classical piano. She also enjoyed acting and spent a lot of time being a part of school musicals and community performances. Aichelle was introduced to country music as a child by her parents, who been dedicated fans of Aichelle’s musical dreams. Some of her first musical icons include Martina McBride, Faith Hill, Shania Twain, Dolly, Paul Brandt and CCR.
Aichelle now calls Red Deer County, Alberta home since moving to attend the Red Deer College Music Program where she attained a Music Diploma in Voice and Piano Performance. A little bit before attending college a big tumor was found on her thyroid gland and a needed surgery was performed. This caused a, what the expert said, “permanent paralysis of Aichelle’s right vocal cord due to complications in surgery.” Informed she would never sing again, Aichelle’s robust confidence and belief for a miracle carried her through. After 6 months, Aichelle’s voice was completely reinstated nothing little of a miracle. Aichelle hopes to inspire others with her story of hope and faith.
She is currently performing all over Alberta both with her band and as a solo artist, as well as spending some time in Nashville writing songs and performing live. One of Aichelle’s dreams came true when she was asked to lay a Writer’s in The Round,” with three other songwriters at the famous Bluebird Café Nashville in November 2014. She has since visited Nashville many times to record her first full-length album “Golden.”
Aichelle is also a long time supporter for her local SPCA, extended care facilities, and many different fundraising events. Aichelle thinks and feels her purpose is to use her gift of music to make an encouraging difference in the world and help make everybody smile.
Country musician Ches Anthony is from a tiny town in Saskatchewan, and it is walled by music and motocross. Anthony learned to play the harmonica, guitar and piano as a child. His dad would bring him up on stage with his blues band where he played for their fans.
One of Anthony’s fondest memories was when his dad’s band played at a gospel country music festival. The power went out due to a harsh thunderstorm and everybody ran into a hall. They kept the concert going and had a huge jam session by playing on anything from pots and pans to make music. After seeing that Anthony was addicted and needed more.
When he was a teenager Anthony started a heavy rock band and wrote tunes that would aid him and others could relate to the fights of childhood. While improving his guitar skills playing in a blue band for many years, he started to listen to the sadness and feeling in old blue singers like Howlin Wolf and Elmore James and the old country gravel of Johnny Cash and Hank Williams he began his own writing and singing method.
On December 14, 2018 Anthony put out his debut single “Written in Stone,” and it is available Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Ches Anthony then check out his website at (http://chesanthonyofficial.com).
Grew up in the prime of Shania Twain, Faith Hill and Martina McBride, Alex Masters started to create her skills even as a little child in Virginia by picking up a 3-stringed guitar in attempt to tell her family a story. Looking to improve these talents, she traveled to Nashville to attend Belmont University’s School of Music. While Masters originally opposed following the country music she grew up listening to on her family farm in Berryville, Virginia. While attending college, Masters did an internship at Corman Music working under Nate Lowery and well-known songwriter Brett James; she soon found her rekindling a love for the music of her roots.
With a college degree in hand, Masters encircled herself with a cast of wonderful musicians to record an album showcasing a wide expand of musical influences and meaningful life experiences. She was also under the help and support of BMI’s Beth Laird and songwriter Paul Alan, Masters landed co-writes with songwriting loyalists with two time Grammy Award winning producer Nathan Chapman (Jewel, Sara Evans, Coblie Caillat, Taylor Swift) and Grammy Award winner Liz Rose (Gary Allen, Taylor Swift, Trisha Yearwood and Tim McGraw). After 2 years of writing her own songs, she put out a seven-song EP titled “Long Way Home.”
When Masters is not creating or writing beautiful music, she enjoys her time as being a wife and mother. Her latest song “California,” came out on November 16, 2018 and it is available on Amazon Music, Spotify and iTunes. This wonderful and touching song is about a sweet baby, who Masters lost when she was 8 to 10 weeks pregnant. If you would like to find out more about Alex Masters then check out her website at (http://www.alexmastersmusic.com).