Chase Hubbard embodies the reality of country living. His genuine songs about life, love, family and self-respect draw from his personal experiences as a rancher such as the hardships of working the land and enjoying its simple pleasures.

Country music touches the soul of those who understand the rewards of a hard day’s work. Born on a leap year, Chase enjoys most outdoor activities, woodworking and photography. He began singing to Alan Jackson songs during the long hours in a tractor. Chase doesn’t wear his boots and hat for show only on the weekends. Growing up on an 18,000-acre ranch and working full time with his family raising cattle and growing hay means there is no such thing as taking a “sick day” or weekend off. A fire nearly destroyed his family's ranch in 2008. His family worked to rebuild with the strong support of the community. Not long after the fences were mended, his personal life unraveled with a divorce from his high school sweetheart. Chase’s pain manifests itself through his music with a driving rhythm and powerful voice that is catching fans’ attention. He now volunteers as a firefighter.