Artist has co-written several chart-topping singles.
Songwriter/producer Carson Chamberlain has signed a co-publishing deal with Dimensional Music Publishing, Nashville.
Chamberlain has co-written several chart-topping singles for Alan Jackson such as “Love’s Got A Hold On You,” “Between The Devil And Me,” and “Everything I Love.”
He also co-wrote “The Best Day,” which was the first single released from George Strait’s "Greatest Hits" album. It quickly moved up the charts, staying at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs for three weeks (April 22, 2000). “The Best Day” is now part of Strait’s multi-platinum hits package, “50 Number Ones.”
Chamberlain has landed album cuts by various artists including Billy Currington, Billy Ray Cyrus, Chad Brock, Don Williams, Gary Allan, Harley Allen, Joe Nichols, John Michael Montgomery, Julie Roberts, Keith Stegall, Mark Wills, Sammy Kershaw and Travis Tritt.
On the production side, Chamberlain has a number of successes including Mark Wills' “I Do (Cherish You),” “Don’t Laugh At Me,” and “Wish You Were Here” from the platinum-selling album, “Wish You Were Here."
He has also produced two albums for Billy Currington on Mercury Records. "Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right" greeted the new year at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs (Jan. 7, 2006). The album is currently certified gold.