Colt Chambers Biography

 
Birth Place:
Rome, Georgia
Bio:
Colt Chambers, only 19 years old, has had a lifetime of experience in show business. Colt had a desire for singing and entertaining at only five years old, and he has held onto that desire up to this day! Colt started performing in his school choir and singing in church. At an older age (10) Colt ... (read more)
TweetTWITTER WATCH

@ColtChambers - 4/16/19 08:03pm Enjoyed providing side-commentary coverage at the GAGOP State Chairman’s Forum with @JadeMorey!


@ColtChambers - 4/11/19 11:11pm I’m honored to announce that I’ve been accepted by the Republic of China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to travel to… https://


MORE TWEETS
 

Birth Place: Rome, Georgia

Bio:
Colt Chambers, only 19 years old, has had a lifetime of experience in show business. Colt had a desire for singing and entertaining at only five years old, and he has held onto that desire up to this day! Colt started performing in his school choir and singing in church. At an older age (10) Colt ... (read more)

Colt Chambers, only 19 years old, has had a lifetime of experience in show business. Colt had a desire for singing and entertaining at only five years old, and he has held onto that desire up to this day! Colt started performing in his school choir and singing in church. At an older age (10) Colt began performing in the Harris Arts Center’s, the local community theatre, productions. He appeared in numerous of their productions including; The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Babes In Toyland, and Clara’s Christmas Dreams. Once starting middle school, Colt had the opportunity to participate in the school productions including; The Music Man, Once Upon A Mattress, and Seussical. When starting high school, Colt attended the Nashville (High) School of the Arts, with a specialization in Musical Theatre and Vocal Expression, in Nashville, Tenn, and participated in several productions while there.

While living in Nashville, Colt’s music career really kicked off. He was honored with the opportunity to perform at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC). Since, he has performed at fairs, festivals, and private events across the country.

In 2010, Colt took home GCGMA’s Most Promising Entertainer and Vocalist of the Year. In 2011, Colt was honored with North American Country Music Association International’s Rising Star Entertainer of the Year as well as GCGMA’s Most Promising Vocalist of the Year.

In 2012, Colt was honored with the opportunity to head the East Coast Country & Gospel Music Association, a non-profit, as the CEO/President. Upon taking over the ECCGMA, Colt acquired a larger staff and also a larger vision. He decided to take the organization international and multi-genre. That is when the International Music and Entertainment Association, Inc., was born. Colt continues to serve as the CEO/President of the International Music and Entertainment Association, Inc. Due to this position and success, Colt was honored at the 2012 CMA (Country Music Association) Festival (in Nashville, TN) with the 2012 NuCountry Colt Chambers Award of Excellence – which will be presented each year by NuCountry in Colt’s honor.

Later in the year, Colt got involved heavily with the Rockmart Civic Arts Commission in Rockmart, Georgia, and was approved to produce/direct their 2012 Christmas Theatrical Production “A Country Christmas Carol.” In October of 2012, Colt produced and assistant directed “Little Shop of Horrors” for the Cedartown Performing Arts Center and was nominated for an open seat on the Cedartown Performing Arts Center Board of Directors which he was voted on and approved.

In January 2013, Colt was recognized by BroadwayGlobal and TheatreChat’s Richard Cameron as “America’s Youngest Theatre Producer” (due to his early start in theatre production). Colt has worked on productions as a producer, director, or performer in numerous productions including: The Music Man, Once Upon A Mattress, Footloose, Seussical, Metamorphosis, Little Shop of Horrors, A Country Christmas Carol, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Clara’s Christmas Dreams, Follies, and many more!



ACCOLADES:



2010 Georgia Country & Gospel Music Association: Most Promising Entertainer of the Year



2010 Georgia Country & Gospel Music Association: Most Promising Vocalist of the Year.



2010 (2 weeks in a row) Top 5 Gone Wild: Country Christmas Countdown: #1 with Alan Jackson’s cover of “Let It Be Christmas”.



2011 North American Country Music Association International: Rising Star Entertainer of the Year.



2011 Country Atlanta’s Favorite Local Artist Runner-Up.



2011 Georgia Country & Gospel Music Association: Most Promising Vocalist of the Year.



2012 NuCountry Colt Chambers Award of Excellence



2013 – “Youngest Theatre Producer In America” by BroadwayGlobal



NOMINATIONS:

2012 – GA MUSIC AWARDS Youth Country Male of the Year.