Approaching 50 Million Career Streams to Date, Wright to Headline
Tin Roof’s “Nashville Hits the Roof” Series
Album Release and Tour Kick-off Set for Nov. 5
Limited Edition Release Day Vinyl Available for Pre-Order
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Approaching 50 million career streams to date, rising country star Chase Wright announces his 10-song debut album, Intertwined, set to arrive on Nov. 5. Wright will also headline Tin Roof’s seven-city “Nashville Hits the Roof” series kicking off in St. Louis the day his album is released.
The artist Billboard notes “continues to impress with original material” says, “I’m so excited to share Intertwined with the world. I write a lot about love… new love… old love… the ups and downs of relationships. I wrote these songs from a personal place and it has been so fun to see the music already connect with fans. Knowing that they can relate and that it might help them get through a break-up, celebrate love or just enjoy a night in… it is why I made this album.”
Produced by Jared Keim and Zach Abend, the album opens with “Drive” which Sounds Like Nashville implored listeners “get in early with the latest from this promising young artist.” Continuing with Wright’s debut song “My Kind of Morning” that MusicRow celebrates for its “melodies wrapped in spacious production, and rap-inspired cadences,” the album is balanced by equally serious tracks, recent “Why Can’t It Be Over” and “Wish You’d Miss Me” that Country Now calls “the quintessential heartbreak ballad” are featured alongside fan favorites “Why Should We,” “Missing You” and “Lying With You” in addition to never-before-heard tracks like “What She Sees In Me” and “Hangin On.” The album concludes impactfully with Wright’s forthcoming single and title-track featuring Canadian singer-songwriter Delaney Jane.
Respect for country music’s way around a story without feeling beholden to it defines the Indiana native’s songs, which feature electric loops and pop-rock chords alongside more traditional genre sounds of bass and strings. The music is a natural offshoot of the artists who dominated Wright’s teenage playlists: Keith Urban, 3 Doors Down, The Fray, Matchbox Twenty and Goo Goo Dolls. It’s pop, rock and country, all tied together by infectious melodies, electric guitars and distinctive vocals.
The singer-songwriter is set to hit the road for Tin Roof’s “Nashville Hits the Roof” series. Kicking off in St. Louis on Nov. 5, the seven-city, headlining trek wraps Dec. 3 in Birmingham, Ala. All shows start at 8 p.m. and are free.
Limited Edition Release Day vinyl is available for pre-order featuring an alternate cover created by over 250 images showcasing pivotal people and moments in Wright’s life that all lead to the creation of Intertwined. Pre-order HERE.
Chase Wright Intertwined track listing:
1. Drive (Will Bundy, Hunter Phelps, Chase Wright)*
2. My Kinda Morning (Josh Jenkins, Matt Jenkins, Chase Wright)*
3. What She Sees In Me (Levi Hummon, Jason Massey, Chase Wright)
4. Hangin On (Jerry Flowers, Jared Keim, Chase Wright)
5. Why Should We (Gary Garris, Levi Hummon, Chase Wright)*
6. Wish You'd Miss Me (Robyn Collins, Jared Keim, Chase Wright)
7. Why Can't It Be Over (Jerry Flowers, Jared Keim, Chase Wright)
8. Missing You (Chris DeStefano, Chase Fouraker, Taylor Phillips)
9. Lying With You (Will Bundy, Zack Dyer, Chase Wright)
10. Intertwined featuring Delaney Jane (Alyssa Bonagura, Jared Keim, Chase Wright)
Produced by Jared Keim
*Produced by Zach Abend
“Nashville Hits the Roof” Tour Dates
Friday, Nov. 5 Tin Roof St. Louis, MO
Saturday, Nov. 6 Tin Roof Memphis, TN
Thursday, Nov. 11 Tin Roof Lexington, KY
Friday, Nov. 12 Tin Roof Louisville, KY
Friday, Nov. 26 Tin Roof Indianapolis, IN
Saturday, Nov. 27 Tin Roof Detroit, MI
Friday, Dec. 3 Tin Roof Birmingham, AL
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About Chase Wright:
Chase Wright is doing more than make his childhood dreams come true: he’s introducing himself as a bold new Nashville artist with a freewheeling approach to genre, firm footing in relatable storytelling and soft spot for big choruses. Respect for country music’s way around a story without feeling beholden to it defines the Indiana native’s energetic songs, which rely on electric loops and pop-rock chords alongside more traditional sounds made from steel strings and wood. It’s a confident blend that belies the fact that 24-year-old Chase first picked up a guitar only four years ago as a freshman track star at DePauw University. After graduating with a degree in economics, Chase packed his bags for Nashville, where he has since earned a publishing deal with Toby & Molly Music and signed with Morris Higham for management. Wright is set to release his debut album Intertwined on Nov. 5.
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