Thursday, February 20, 2014


"Cowboy In A Cadillac" Follows "James Dean" Success

Photo credit: Campbell Entertainment


(Nashville, Tennessee...)  - Bigger Picture Group, home to artists Craig Campbell, Lucy Hale, Blackjack Billy and others, recently signed one of Country music's foremost female rockers, Chelsea Bain, and has shipped her new single "Cowboy In A Cadillac." The label will be going for airplay at Music Row stations on February 27, 2014.

"I'm all about having fun songs that make people feel good or feel something powerful," said Chelsea. "I wrote 'Cowboy in a Cadillac' with all my fellow women in mind. We girls love bein' in charge, and I feel 'Cowboy in a Cadillac' is definitely about a woman in charge and knowing what she wants."

"Cowboy In A Cadillac" was produced by Billy Chapin, who also co-wrote the song with Chelsea. The single will be included on her debut album to be released this spring. Chelsea will have a full schedule of interviews and appearances at her first Country Radio Seminar this week.

Chelsea headlined the Coca-Cola Stage at over 40 NASCAR races last year, and her fan base continues to grow with over 227,000 likes on her Facebook page. She made history last August when her "James Dean" music video premiered on the big screens and monitors around the Atlanta Motor Speedway. In addition to performing at NASCAR Camping World Truck races, Nationwide and Sprint Cup races and related events across the country, Chelsea also performed at NHRA races and opened for the likes of Tim McGraw, Brett Eldredge, Lonestar and others.

In addition to Coca Cola and NASCAR, Chelsea has quietly managed to incorporate brand funding into her artist development plans. She has forged relationships with Bass Pro Shops, The NFL Network, FOX Sports 1 (formerly SPEED TV), FOX Sports Networks, and Root Sports, providing opportunities to license her music into NFL, MLB, NHL, NASCAR, and NCAA broadcasts.
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