She Keeps Her Boots On by Trenton Chandler

Trenton has been a songwriter and performer for most of his life; pouring his heart out on stages all across Texas. On August 12, 2012 he made the move to Nashville, TN. to pursue songwriting on a professional level. Currently, he spends his days writing with some of Nashville’s best and his nights on a Honky Tonk stage singing his songs and some of theirs now and then. Trenton holds a residency at the world famous Honky Tonk Central, performing several times a week for travelers from all corners of the earth.

Shallowater, Texas (Pop. 1500) sits in the middle of a land rich in farming and music. Some grow up to fight the dirt on a cotton farm, and some grow up to write the songs that inspire us all. 

At an early age Trenton Chandler decided he wanted to do the latter. West Texas has given birth to such musical legends as Buddy Holly, Waylon Jennings and Don Williams, and Trenton decided he wanted to chase that dream, too. He got his first guitar at the age of 7 after seeing an inspiring performance by the one and only Elvis Presley on television. It didn’t take long for him to string a few chords and melodies together, and a troubadour was born. 

Texas Songwriter Trenton Chandler says, "The only thing I ever wanted to do was to write and perform music," Now he's making his mark on Nashville.


Look for Trenton's new album "10 Steps From Tootsies" to be release early 2017. The new album features many of Nashville's finest musicians, literally a who's who in the industry, featuring:  
Mike Brignardello - Bass,  who's playing can be heard on: Faith Hill, Amy Grant, Glen Campbell, Reba McEntire, Kip Moore, Dolly Parton.
James Mitchell - Elec GTR's,  who also plays with:  Cole Swindell, Colt Ford, Randy Houser, John Anderson.
Tania Hancheroff -  BG Vocals,  who has sung with:  Craig Morgan, Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Clint Black, Montgomery Gentry.
Evan Hutchings  - Drums,  also appears with: Justine Moore, LoCash.

The only thing I ever wanted to do was to write and perform music. I climbed to the top of the corporate world twice and 
found myself miserable both times. After the second time, I decided to do the only thing I ever wanted to do ... Music.

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