CHELSEA BAIN CONFIRMED TO PERFORM AT RACE WEEK

Scottsdale, AZ-based country music performer Chelsea Bain will be performing Friday, May 25th, on the big stage at the race week festivities ( http://www.600festival.com/) in Charlotte, NC.  Bain’s performance is scheduled to take place at 6 p.m.
Bain’s single, “Rockin’ That Trailer,” is at radio now, and she has several confirmed upcoming radio shows, with a number more in the works.  She is performing on Thursday, May 24th, at Jake FM’s (KJKE) show at Riverwind Casino  in Norman, OK.  Additionally, Bain will be performing at a WKMK show in Atlantic City on Thursday, July 12th, at the Beach Bar at Trump Plaza.
“Rockin’ That Trailer” is currently available on iTunes, and the music video for the song has received over a million views on YouTube ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7eLTbp09tU).  A special “Behind The Scenes” clip from the video shoot has received over 103,000 views on YouTube ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktPrQCEYxGQ&feature=relmfu).  CMA Close Up magazine has also named Bain one of the “Who New To Watch 2012” artists.

“Rockin’ That Trailer” is the first single from Bain’s forthcoming album, “All-American Country Girl,” which is due for release later this summer.  The single also captures some of what makes Bain’s style so unique and alluring among modern country artists—Bain frequently combines big rock guitars and textbook rock attitude with her more traditional leanings, for a captivating, head-bobbing audio thrill ride encompassing a lifetime of musical influences.

Bain grew up adoring country music, including luminaries like George Strait and Johnny Cash, as well as rock music, and gravitated to singing early on.  She first emerged with her 2011 Self-Titled EP, produced by Chris Omartian (Pink, Hillary Duff). A rookie round of touring ensued, and Bain has spent the time since the EP perfecting her live show while working on her full-length debut, All-American Country Girl, which Omartian also produced.

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