Although, Chambers was unable to attend on Saturday, Dec. 3, he won Most Promising Vocalist of the Year for New Country.
The awards show was held at the North West Georgia Trade and Convention Center in Dalton. Many talented local artists came out in hopes to take home an award.
This is not the first award that Colt Chambers has received. In 2010, Colt won Most Promising Vocalist of the Year and Most Promising Entertainer of the Year at the 2010 Georgia Country and Gospel Music Association Awards, and also, earlier this year, Colt won Rising Star Entertainer of the Year at the North American Country Music Association International (NACMAI) Awards in Tennessee.
Colt Chambers is currently working with a Grammy Award-Nominated producer in Nashville, Tenn. Together, they are in the writing process and pre-production stage of Colt’s debut album. Date of production or release have not been announced at this time.
Colt would like to thank all of his family, friends, fans and supporters for all of their encouragement on his ride to stardom.
About Colt Chambers
Chambers began his singing career when he was just five years old.
As an artist, he infuses his own style into the well-established genre, taking country music to the next level. He has performed in various venues, festivals, and fairs, the majority of them concentrated in Tennessee (where he currently resides) and in Georgia (his birthplace). Recently, he had the great opportunity to perform live with the NSA choir at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC). As of March 2010, Colt is a proud member of the Georgia Country and Gospel Music Association (GCGMA) and now a member of the Tennessee Country and Gospel Music Association (TCGMA), both organization dedicated to recognizing the talent within lesser-known artists and equip them with the network and support needed to access contests and performances. GCGMA and TCGMA also provides individuals with general publicity promotion through its connection with the North America Country Music Association. In addition to vocal expression, Colt has discovered a keen interest and adeptness in theatrics. He played the leading roles in “Once Upon a Mattress,” “Babes in ToyLand,” and supporting roles in “The Music Man,” in a community theatre in Calhoun, Georgia (his hometown). He then ventured into Theatre Production and Co-directed “Seussical the Musical” later on. Colt was accepted and then attended the Nashville School of the Arts (NSA) in 2010.