Nancy Chancey

Nancy Chancey

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Blues - Country | Blue Ridge, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,322   
Member Since: 2007
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Bio

Nancy Chancey is a developing singer/songwriter releasing her first CD entitled "Where We Never Grow Old". Nancy is an eclectic songwriter and singer, and shows her depth in her new CD. Her music is empowering and uplifting as well as introspective and real. She sings a variety of music, from blues, country, rock, folk, and alternative Christian. Her songs will move you from tears to laughter, and also make you think. She adds to her songs her beautiful and unique vocals that will remind you of Emmy Lou Harris and Jewel, but with a little more blues like Janis Joplin.

Nancy grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and moved to the Appalachian Mountains about 13 years ago. She resides in the mountains in Blue Ridge, Georgia, where she lives with her husband and daughter on a small farm. She works as a therapist and natural healer and owns her own business. She aspires to get her music out to her fans, as well as work her way into the music industry as a singer/songwriter. She has already begun recording in Nashville on her second CD, which is an alternative Christian CD.

Nancy is currently working on her second CD, and has picked up a great following in her area. Three of her songs were picked for two compilation CD's by Hilltop Records, entitled"America", and "Land that I Love", and were produced by Tom Hartman in 2008.

"My first CD, "Where We Never Grow Old", is a compilation of songs over the last 6 years from when I first began writing music. It's funny how a devastating event in your life can turn into the one thing that really opens you up to parts of yourself you did not know existed. The songs are about loosing at love, empowerment, finding yourself, and not giving up. They are songs that women will definately connect to that have had to struggle in bad relationships. I recorded in a small studio in Blue Ridge, Georgia. There is a little of everything in this CD, but I tend to be rooted in blues/country. You'll also hear a folk song, as well as southern rock, and country. I love all types of music, so it's hard for me to stick in one genre. I am very strong spiritually and God is first in my life. That is portrayed in much of my music, and even more so on the second CD. My hope is that my first CD will gain some attention by the recording industry, and hopefully land a record deal to help me with my second CD, entitled "Brand New Day"