Nathan Champman

Three-time Grammy awarding winning producer and songwriter Nathan Chapman is a rarity in Music City; he was born and raised right in Nashville. Only son to two working musicians Nathan began playing drums and guitar at age three, sang on his first commercial album at age six, and was recording music by the time he turned fourteen. It is no surprise he wound up making music his living; what is surprising is that he would produce a multi-platinum selling album on a brand new artist, Taylor Swift, his first time at bat. All five of Taylor's albums (Taylor Swift, Fearless, Speak Now, Red, and 1989) have solidified Nathan's place among the great producer/artist combinations in music history and he hasn't stopped there. Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear, Gone West, Thompson Square, The Band Perry, Lionel Richie, Shania Twain, Cassadee Pope, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, and Jewel are just some of the artists Nathan has worked with since Taylor's first single "Tim McGraw" hit the charts in 2007. Since then he's had 17 number ones as a producer. Nathan credits his love of songwriting and songwriters as the main ingredient which drives his production work. That fondness for the craft shows in his over 40 major label cuts as a songwriter. Nathan has written songs recorded by Lady Antebellum, Kesha, Avicii, Phillip Phillips, Kylie Minogue, Robin Schulz, Brynn Elliott, Michael Ray, Dan and Shay, Eric Paslay, Martina McBride, Colbie Caillat, Lauren Alaina, Sara Evans, Rascal Flatts, O.A.R, Mickey Guyton, Lea Michelle, Jake Owen, Tyler Farr, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and Darius Rucker to name a few. His first number one as a songwriter was "Homegrown Honey" by Darius Rucker and cowritten with Darius Rucker and Charles Kelley. This year, a song that Champan co-wrote ('Black Like Me' by Mickey Guyton) has landed him a Grammy nomination in the category of Best Country Solo Performance.

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Nathan Champman

Three-time Grammy awarding winning producer and songwriter Nathan Chapman is a rarity in Music City; he was born and raised right in Nashville. Only son to two working musicians Nathan began playing drums and guitar at age three, sang on his first commercial album at age six, and was recording music by the time he turned fourteen. It is no surprise he wound up making music his living; what is surprising is that he would produce a multi-platinum selling album on a brand new artist, Taylor Swift, his first time at bat. All five of Taylor's albums (Taylor Swift, Fearless, Speak Now, Red, and 1989) have solidified Nathan's place among the great producer/artist combinations in music history and he hasn't stopped there. Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear, Gone West, Thompson Square, The Band Perry, Lionel Richie, Shania Twain, Cassadee Pope, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, and Jewel are just some of the artists Nathan has worked with since Taylor's first single "Tim McGraw" hit the charts in 2007. Since then he's had 17 number ones as a producer. Nathan credits his love of songwriting and songwriters as the main ingredient which drives his production work. That fondness for the craft shows in his over 40 major label cuts as a songwriter. Nathan has written songs recorded by Lady Antebellum, Kesha, Avicii, Phillip Phillips, Kylie Minogue, Robin Schulz, Brynn Elliott, Michael Ray, Dan and Shay, Eric Paslay, Martina McBride, Colbie Caillat, Lauren Alaina, Sara Evans, Rascal Flatts, O.A.R, Mickey Guyton, Lea Michelle, Jake Owen, Tyler Farr, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and Darius Rucker to name a few. His first number one as a songwriter was "Homegrown Honey" by Darius Rucker and cowritten with Darius Rucker and Charles Kelley. This year, a song that Champan co-wrote ('Black Like Me' by Mickey Guyton) has landed him a Grammy nomination in the category of Best Country Solo Performance.

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