Courtney Chambers is a diverse artist who continues to push the boundaries and explore new musical territories. Her ability to seamlessly play across genres makes it hard to pigeon-hole this singer/songwriter.

In 2001, she formed her indie label Royal Daughter Records and went on to put out 5 records on her label. Her debut album “Imperfect Like Me” (2001) is a stripped down, ra...
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Courtney Chambers is a diverse artist who continues to push the boundaries and explore new musical territories. Her ability to seamlessly play across genres makes it hard to pigeon-hole this singer/songwriter.

In 2001, she formed her indie label Royal Daughter Records and went on to put out 5 records on her label. Her debut album “Imperfect Like Me” (2001) is a stripped down, raw recording lightly layered with melodic guitar and sweet harmonies. Her follow up record “Higher Places” (2004) she took on the daunting task of producing this album on her own with the help of band mate JohnPaul Trotter. “Higher Places” employed a full band exploring Chambers’ indie rock side.

In 2005 she got together with Sean Hoffman (American Music Club, Bedroom Walls) and embarked on her 3rd studio record “Bigger and Brighter” (2007). This record sonically pushed the boundaries of anything she had done before. OC Register hailed it as “one of the best local releases of 2007..”

After a very long period of 8 years, Chambers finally finished "Tales of the Aftermath"(2015) her 4th studio record and her most honest record to date. She is performing in support of the record while "Tales" is receiving nationwide radio play and reviews.

In 2017, she released the long awaited record she had been wanting to make for years, " Courtney Chambers Live", a stripped down, raw and honest performance recorded in 2016 and performed over 2 days in two different venues. Featuring songs from every record she has previously released as well as unreleased material, tying it together with covers "Landslide" (Nicks) and "High and Dry"(Radiohead). Special guest Allen Morris appears on the record playing lead guitar.

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