Growing up in Rome, Georgia, Chase Baker was a late bloomer in music. His Mom and Dad split when he was barely a year old and his grandparents raised him. “My grandparents were my everything” says Chase. “I always looked forward to getting off the bus from school and see my Paw Paw. We’d watch Nascar, play baseball or just hang out.” “My Grandparents taught me about life – how to treat people with respect and not to be quick to judge others….things I try to live by today”
In his teens, Chase listened to the music of Alan Jackson and George Strait, sprinkled with the rock of Motley Crue and ACDC. But it wasn’t until later in highschool that he picked up a guitar and started singing. Splitting time between his love of rodeos and bull riding and learning to play guitar, Chase began writing songs about life.
Chase Baker’s music today combines his rock and country influences. He’s currently working on his first full album and has released three singles in advance of it. You can keep up with Chase’s tour schedule at www.chasebakermusic.com .