'You'll never be good enough.' He's heard it his entire life. From school to athletics to music, there's one common theme that Chance continues to hear. There were always smarter kids in class. There were always better athletes in sports. There are much bigger stars in country music. And, there will ALWAYS be someone there to tell Chance 'you'll never be good enough.' 'I was always a big kid... a little taller, a little more clumsy, a little more chunky and a lot slower. So, I found myself always bein' made fun of and being told I just wasn't going to be good at anything. Kids are cruel sometimes, but teens and adults can be downright vicious,' says Chance. 'I've spent a large portion of my life tryin' to prove folks wrong.' CMT's Music City Madness Winner has been fightin' an uphill battle his whole life and the past couple years have been no exception. Since becoming a CMT Award winning songwriter/singer the Montana native has experienced a new level of hurdles and obstacles. 'Pursuing a carreer in country outside of Nashvile is a test in itself, but touring throughout the Pacific Northwest with acts like Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley have made it brutal task with an 'upside' that not many folks get to experience.' As word spreads throughout the nation, McKinney's 'Industrialized Country' starts to ascend towards Nashville. 'You realize when you're doin' something right because people respond no matter where you go. I love my shows... from National Tours to Outdoor Concerts to Nighclubs and Casinos, there's nothin' better than bringin' a piece of your music to all different types of crowds and seein' folks singin' along to it in the audience.' And to the naysayers and critics, 'please tell me I can't accomplish something. My FRans (FRiends and fANS) and I will add you to the list of folks we've proven wrong over the years.'
'You'll never be good enough.' He's heard it his entire life. From school to athletics to music, there's one common theme that Chance continues to hear. There were always smarter kids in class. There were always better athletes in sports. There are much bigger stars in country music. And, there will ALWAYS be someone there to tell Chance 'you'll never be good enough.' 'I was always a big kid... a little taller, a little more clumsy, a little more chunky and a lot slower. So, I found myself always bein' made fun of and being told I just wasn't going to be good at anything. Kids are cruel sometimes, but teens and adults can be downright vicious,' says Chance. 'I've spent a large portion of my life tryin' to prove folks wrong.' CMT's Music City Madness Winner has been fightin' an uphill battle his whole life and the past couple years have been no exception. Since becoming a CMT Award winning songwriter/singer the Montana native has experienced a new level of hurdles and obstacles. 'Pursuing a carreer in country outside of Nashvile is a test in itself, but touring throughout the Pacific Northwest with acts like Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley have made it brutal task with an 'upside' that not many folks get to experience.' As word spreads throughout the nation, McKinney's 'Industrialized Country' starts to ascend towards Nashville. 'You realize when you're doin' something right because people respond no matter where you go. I love my shows... from National Tours to Outdoor Concerts to Nighclubs and Casinos, there's nothin' better than bringin' a piece of your music to all different types of crowds and seein' folks singin' along to it in the audience.' And to the naysayers and critics, 'please tell me I can't accomplish something. My FRans (FRiends and fANS) and I will add you to the list of folks we've proven wrong over the years.'
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Format: CD
Label: CD BABY
Catalog: 8113233
Rel. Date: 06/01/2013
UPC: 884501906302

Think About That
Artist: Chance Mckinney
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'You'll never be good enough.' He's heard it his entire life. From school to athletics to music, there's one common theme that Chance continues to hear. There were always smarter kids in class. There were always better athletes in sports. There are much bigger stars in country music. And, there will ALWAYS be someone there to tell Chance 'you'll never be good enough.' 'I was always a big kid... a little taller, a little more clumsy, a little more chunky and a lot slower. So, I found myself always bein' made fun of and being told I just wasn't going to be good at anything. Kids are cruel sometimes, but teens and adults can be downright vicious,' says Chance. 'I've spent a large portion of my life tryin' to prove folks wrong.' CMT's Music City Madness Winner has been fightin' an uphill battle his whole life and the past couple years have been no exception. Since becoming a CMT Award winning songwriter/singer the Montana native has experienced a new level of hurdles and obstacles. 'Pursuing a carreer in country outside of Nashvile is a test in itself, but touring throughout the Pacific Northwest with acts like Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley have made it brutal task with an 'upside' that not many folks get to experience.' As word spreads throughout the nation, McKinney's 'Industrialized Country' starts to ascend towards Nashville. 'You realize when you're doin' something right because people respond no matter where you go. I love my shows... from National Tours to Outdoor Concerts to Nighclubs and Casinos, there's nothin' better than bringin' a piece of your music to all different types of crowds and seein' folks singin' along to it in the audience.' And to the naysayers and critics, 'please tell me I can't accomplish something. My FRans (FRiends and fANS) and I will add you to the list of folks we've proven wrong over the years.'