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hillary chapman

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | SELF

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | SELF
Band Country Adult Contemporary


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Big Open Road "Humble to the bone"
Te Ora Hau
Terry Combs "I like to sleep in"



Hillary Chapman is a songwriter who moved to Nashville from New York City to focus on all varieties of contemporary country and adult contemporary; he also has a batch of excellent indie rock songs recorded with his rock band in New York City available for licensing.
His songs are currently in many music libraries and are represented by Winner’s Circle Country Publishing in Texas, Brandon Hills Music Group and Songmatchers in Nashville, TN. He was nominated as the most promising male songwriter in 2010 by the Tennessee Songwriters Association. His song “Dancin’ like teenagers again” won the country category in the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest 2008, "There's only right now" and "Gettin' over you, gettin' over me" earned the two top spots in the 2006 Annual Mid-Atlantic song contest, and his song, "I don't want to want to want you but I do", was a finalist in the country category in the 2006 11th Annual Unisong International Song Contest.
In 2008, he produced a cd of Tahitian devotional songs, “Te Ora Hasu”. In Nashville, he frequently contributes music and songs to prayer gatherings and concerts of devotional music.
He recorded the ep “Humble to the Bone” with his band, Big Open Road, which received medium and heavy rotation in over forty college stations around the country. Of Hillary’s songwriting and the band’s performance on the ep, Songwriter’s Monthly wrote, “Edgy and modern with an individual voice … a wholly new musical thread from which to weave their wonderful tapestry of sound. Highly recommended!” Songs from the ep were included in films such as “Mr. Id” ( Noci Pictures, 2002) and “Shufflemania” (Sethsirvo pictures, 2002). His song, “I like to sleep in”, was recorded for Terry Combs’s 2004 release on Wild Oats Records. He has also contributed three children’s songs to the “Kindly Kingdom”, a theater education project to teach virtues to young children in school settings in New York City.
If you need dynamic songs written for your project (from contemporary to traditional country and rootsy rock), would like to receive current demos and/or finished masters for your project or would like to discuss a professional collaboration, contact Hillary at: