Chelsea Musick – Yes, that’s her real last name – just released her self-titled debut album this past June. Chelsea co-produced all 11 songs on the album. She wrote 5 of the songs and co-wrote 3 other songs. Chelsea is already getting radio airplay for her single “Keep Your Pants On.”
Chelsea has been performing for audiences since the age of 2 years old. It may have something to do with being born in Tennessee. Chelsea now lives on NJ. This is a country girl at heart with big dreams and big plans for Music City. “I’m a normal girl, with a huge dream.” states Chelsea.
Chelsea Musick at the tender age of just 8 years old, performed in the Colgate Country Showdown as the youngest contestant ever. Chelsea just and won the title for the State Winner of the NJ Colgate Country Showdown for 2009.
At 9 years old, Chelsea competed on National Television on the TV show NBC’s America’s Most Talented Kid. At 13, Chelsea co-wrote “I Wish You Were Here” which was included on a charity project called “Songs for the Cure”. All proceeds from her song were donated to charity to continue the fight against cancer.
Chelsea has had the honor of performing with, or opening for many great country artists in the couple of years, including Mark Wills, Lone Star, Sara Evans, Jason Michael Carroll, Sara Johns, The Lost Trailers, and Gloriana and several performances for the Philadelphia 76ers and two Governors of the State of New Jersey.
The Military and the Veterans are really special to Chelsea. Her father is one of them! He was in the 101st Airborne Division. He spent 10 months in the desert in the first Gulf War on the Iraq/Saudi border. He is out of the Army now. He is part of the American Legion and the VFW. Chelsea has been performing for the military since she was 5 year old.
Now at the age of 16, Chelsea Musick is one of the freshest new Country acts on the rise.