Texas singer/songwriter, Chaser Crouch, is from the small Texas town of Corsicana. His country music style is influenced by his country up bringing. Born into a ranching and equine family, Chaser has spent most of his life on the back of a horse, working cattle for his grandfather and traveling to equine competitions with his family. He picked up a guitar at the early age of 10. Chaser began performing at horse shows and singing in Church. He won the NYCHA Talent Show in Ft. Worth, TX when he was 14. While competing at the National High School Rodeo Finals in Wyoming he made the Top 10 LIVE PERFORMANCES of the NHSRA Talent Show all 3 years. During his high school years his main focus was showing cutting horses. Chaser is a 2X, National High School Rodeo, National Champion, in the Boys Cutting Horse Competition. He has won the National Cutting Horse Association SR Youth World Championship and in 2020 was inducted into the National Cutting Horse Association Youth Hall of Fame.
Since graduating high school Chaser has been concentrating on his music. He has had the honor of opening for Nashville Recording Artist Rich O'Toole and Brandon Rhyder. He recently released his first single "Hell of a Night" that has made it onto the Spotify Texas/Red Dirt Country Top 30 Charts. Chaser currently is working on recording his next two songs to be released in the spring. You can find Chaser singing and playing in area taverns, sport bars and grills, restaurants, wine bars and breweries. Chaser's genre is country music, outlaw country and red dirt country. His song list range from George Strait, Brooks and Dunn, Blake Shelton, Toby Keith to Cody Johnson, Tyler Childers, Bart Crow, Whiskey Myers and Luke Combs, with a little Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings thrown in the mix.