Born in Marietta, Mississippi, Chance Stanley has taken to sharing the small town vibe with the great big world. Before joining the Hillbillies and Guitars tour, Chance attended music school, then toured the country playing in every small bar that would have him.
When listening to Chance, it only takes a few songs until he reveals his identity as an artist. Storytelling is the cornerstone. There are light, easy to digest stories that are riddled with clever insights into the human condition. Then, there are dark tales, detailing the realities of living in a small southern town.
Chance released his single "Folks in Alabaster," with Grammy award-winning producer Billy Hume, in August of 2020 and is expected to release an EP this year. He has opened for major acts including The Bellamy Brothers and The Kentucky Headhunters. He is currently on tour as part of the Hillbillies and Guitars Roadshow, covering close to 25 states and playing more than 200 shows a year.