Chad Hinman
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"2004 Honorable Mention"

- 2004 Honorable Mention - Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriting Contest - Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriting Contest


"Shared the stage"

- Chad has shared the stage with Michelle Malone, Cory Chisel & The Wandering Sons, AJ Roach, Cordero, The Starlings, Rachel Harrington, Datri Bean, Anna Coogan & North 19, and many more - self


"Hinman's voice..."

"Hinman's voice sounds like a burnished Jay Farrar"

- Nate Lippens, Drunk By Noon Americana Column, Seattle Stranger - Seattle Stranger


"Chad's voice 2"

"Chad's voice is smooth - you feel like you're melting into his words. Very nice. The songs are very well written with interesting lyrics and nice catchy melodies"

- Amy Lotsberg, Collected Sounds - Collected Sounds


"Chad knows his way around a song"

"The guy knows his way around a song and a guitar"
- www.seattlest.com - Seattlest.com


"No room for improvement"

"AS A PRODUCER: Marveling the While is a catchy record; producer Chad Hinman has left almost no room for improvement on the compelling arrangements and crystal-clear production. There is no wandering without purpose and no silence without grace."
- Ali Marcus, Performer Magazine - Performer Magazine


Discography

2001 - Chad Hinman - Self Titled

2002 - Chad Hinman - Two Rungs Up, One Rung Down

2004 - Chad Hinman - The Quartermaster's Slough

2004 - Chad Hinman & The Never Was - Strawberry Sunward

2007 - Chad Hinman - The Last Never Was

2008 - Chad Hinman - The Keeping Room Lullabys

2009 - Chad Hinman - 3 Clean Coins

2010 - Chad Hinman -TBT

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Bio

Chad is country folk, born and raised--many generations of Montanans run through his veins. As a youngster coinciding with the much prophesied Y2K, the call of the urban life drew him to Seattle. He’s mostly lost his accent, doesn't eat much red meat these days, thinks it's cold when it gets down to 40 degrees, even expresses emotion on occasion, but he’s still Montana through and through. He is still a quiet person, not a lot of chit chat, and the sound and sight of irrigation sprinklers with the mountains in the background is like valium for his soul. His life in Portland, Oregon moves a little faster now, but his music holds his roots at the core, shined up with some city grease.