Prince Edward Island may be known for its red sandy beaches and Lucy Maud Montgomery's compelling tales of Anne of Green Gables, but it has also been holding onto one of Canadian country Music's best-kept secrets.
At 25, Ben Chase has just begun leaving his mark on the Canadian music scene. Being featured on some of Spotify and Apple's most prominent playlists, Ben has surpassed 2 Million global streams, topped the Canadian iTunes charts with #1 songs twice, delivered multiple top 100 songs to country radio, and has been the recipient of numerous industry awards, including Country Music Alberta's highest honor as the 2020 Fans Choice winner. Ben's latest single, "Call Me Drunk," is his first release out of Nashville and landed him on the cover of Apple Music’s “Canada's Country” Playlist. With a promise of more new music soon Ben has built a brand that is known for having a high-energy show full of crowd-engaging moments. Ben is considered by many to personify professionalism and be a consummate entertainer.
These traits led to Ben being placed as direct support for Zach Bryan and Zach Brown at the 2022 Calgary Stampede. After spending four years living and performing in Alberta, Ben has recently made the full-time move to Nashville, Tennessee, where he plans to pursue his career further and continue making music that is relatable to his lifestyle and small-town roots. Already on the launching pad, Ben is poised to take off in 2023 and is ready to put his stamp on the Canadian Country Music scene.