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Rambler, Chelsea Savage


Chelsea Savage Rambler Album

Chelsea Savage

Grit - Single, Chelsea Savage

Chelsea Savage

Ain't Nothin' Finer Than a Rich Pipeliner - Chelsea Savage
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  • Genres: Country, Music
  • Released: Apr 23, 2013

Chelsea Savage

God Bless the Pipeliner's Wife- Single, Chelsea Savage



Chelsea's new album, titled "Rambler", is now available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. "God Bless the Pipeliner's Wife" is also available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon!  Don't forget to check out her other great singles.


Chelsea's CD Release Party

Fox Creek BBQ

Batesville, AR


Songwriter's Showcase

Simply Southern Playhouse

Batesville, AR

Chelsea Savage

with guest Richard Burnett

The Duck Blind

Batesville, AR





My musical journey began at the age of two. Obviously I cannot recollect these memories on my own, but home videos portray a three foot tall version of myself pulling the binky from my mouth and belting out hymns in a little Baptist church. Family members have told me that I could sing on pitch before being able to speak clearly. My earliest memories of music are the weekly private, classical piano lessons I attended when I was five years old. So basically, music has been a part of my life since I can remember.

I do not recall singing much outside of church until I was about nine years old. That year I got a CD player for Christmas and LeAnn Rimes was all over the Disney channel singing her song 'Blue'. The very first CD that I ever bought was her album and I listened to it non-stop. I learned how to yodel by singing along with her. When my parents and Grandparents discovered that I posessed this unusual talent, they placed me in every talent show within the local area of Batesville. I won most of them and word got around in the small town where I live that I could sing. I recorded my first demo 'tape' just a little while later at a little recording studio that had just opened, using some karaoke back up tracks.

A few years after I had become well known in Batesville, I was introduced to a singer/songwriter/bootmaker who had just moved into town from Nashville. I was twelve years old at the time and had been teaching myself how to play guitar for a few months. Drawing much inspiration from Jewel, I was fascinated by her ability to write songs and accompany herself on guitar while singing. I knew that guitar playing was a necessary skill if I ever wanted to write my own songs in the future. At this time, the bootmaker began writing songs for me to sing because he believed that I had the potential to move forward in the country music industry. After working with me for a year, we loaded up and went to Nashville, and I played my first real gig at the famous Bluebird Cafe, where Faith Hill and Taylor Swift got their start. It was a very exciting time for me, but the future held a lot of heart break and dreams that would later be crushed.  Read more

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