Hailing from Nashville, TN...Chase Allan is an extremely talented Country Music Artist. Not only does he have the vocal prowess to contend with some of Country Music's biggest artists, Chase has established himself as a seasoned songwriter, recording artist and producer.
Many Nashville music insiders are raving that Chase has brought a fresh and new sound to Country Music fans both local and abroad. It's not just his melodies and high energy, it's his conviction in which he delivers his vocals that exude heart, soul and passion. Recording and performing his own unique blend of what can be described as high energy country music perfectly combined with melodic, emotionally charged lyrics with big catchy hooks.
Chase has worked with studio engineers Pete Coleman (Jason Aldean, Montgomery Gentry, Lady Antebellum), David Hall (Lonestar, Kenny Chesney), Brandon Epps (Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson's "Do You Wanna Stay") and Sam Martin. Chase would like to especially thank the famous Treasure Isle Studio, Aaron Chmielewski of Quad Studio and Georgetown Mastering for all of their efforts and support.
Some of the industry's top studio musicians have worked to help breathe life into Chase's debut CD. These include in particular order: Rich Redmond (Drums) and Tully Kennedy (Bass) of the Jason Aldean Band, Guitarists Chris Leuzinger (Garth Brooks), Kenny Greenberg (Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift), Tom Bukavoc (Keith Urban, Rascall Flatts), Adam Schoenfeld (Big and Rich, Jason Aldean). Chase cites his major influences to be Vince Gill, The Eagles, Lonestar, Steve Perry, Keith Urban, Creed, Montgomery Gentry, Bad Company, Jonathon Cain and Jeff Steel.
He continues to be inspired by great people in the music business that he works with on a daily basis. These are singers, songwriters and performers that are working diligently toward their goals and dreams. Chase is no stranger to the big stage and has performed in and around Nashville, wooing crowds everywhere he goes. Chase is determined to have his fans and listening audience leaving his venues every time with a huge smile on their faces and singing his songs all the way home.
Chase is proud to say that his special songwriting ability comes from both what he feels inside and what he observes around him. His songs are a product of past experiences with family, friends and people he has met throughout his life. When Chase writes his songs, he is not only writing for himself but he hopes to touch the listener in a way that will bring joy, happiness and a positive impact on their life. Chase considers his fans the most important part of his music and will always remain true to his roots...never forgetting what is really important in life.
At the end of the day, Chase values most how his songs will impact a persons heart and soul.
Chase Allan has definitely put the "Cool" in Country!!!