Monday, March 10, 2014

Arlington's Brandon Chase might just be the "One"

Arlington's Brandon Chase released his debut single, appropriately titled "One," to country radio earlier this week.  "I'm so excited to release the first radio single from my debut album," says Chase. "After years of hard work, I've finally found my sound. I can't wait for people to hear it!"

The fact that Chase is here at all is nothing shy of a miracle. Only a few days old, he quit breathing 64 times in 12 hours and was told by doctors he could be deaf, blind, mentally impaired, or possibly all three. Not only did he not suffer any complications from his childhood, he instead went on to graduate high school at the age of 15.

He then completed his masters certificate in songwriting from Berklee College of Music at the age of 17. Brandon taught himself how to play the piano and guitar and has been writing his own original music since the age of 14. Brandon was featured on iTunes "New and Noteworthy" and also "Rising Stars of Country,” following the release of his latest EP “Country Enough”. His most recent achievement was appearing multiple times on season 5 of NBC's The Voice as a member of Blake Shelton's team.

“One” is available at all digital outlets on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify. For more information, visit