Toronto area songwriter, Chase Stevens is recognized for his heartfelt lyrics and strong visual imagery. A style that is a blend of New Country and Singer Songwriter or as he likes to call it, Troubadour Country.
He recently recorded the last 2 tracks for his upcoming CD titled “Trespassing Castles” that contains the singles, "Another Little Roadside Kiss", "Gypsy Wind", "WTH Was I Thinking" and the soon to be released, "Jesse James".
Chase’s 2019 CD, “Tumbleweed” contains 10 original songs including the critically acclaimed Remembrance Day themed song, “H.W.R.” that was featured on 2 CTV National News stories.
No stranger to the performing circuit, Chase was a featured performer in the 2021 "Love Revolution" as well as the "Soundcheck" festival in 2021 and 2021. For the past 5 years he has co-hosted the "Above the 44th Songwriter Series" playing alongside some of Ontario's best Country artists including, Elyse Saunders, David Boyd Janes, Josh Ross among many others. He has also been a featured performer at the famed "Commodore" in Nashville.
In May 2023, Chase embarks on a 10 day tour in Ireland performing in venues around the country.
Chase has been honoured with numerous nominations and awards for his music including 1 of 4 Finalists in Mississauga's MARTY Awards for "Established Solo Vocalist" in 2022 as well as Finalist in Mississauga Music for "Songwriter of the Year". His 2020 summer song, "Breathe in the Summertime" won the Yangaroo Music "Indie Spotlight Song Contest".
Several of his tunes have reached #1 on the Canadian Indie and True North Country Charts, as well as in Ireland. Both "Gypsy Wind" and "Taking Pictures off the Wall" made it onto the Top 100 of 2022 on the Canadian Indie Country Countdown.
In 2021 he won "Best Country Song" in the Red Carpet Awards from Holland for his song "Another Little Roadside Kiss".