Chance Phebus

Growing up in central Illinois, Chance's passion for music was inescapable. Chance had the opportunity to perform early on with his local show choir, the Mt. Zion Swingsations, where he received a number of regional and national "Outstanding Performer" awards and was even crowned "Best Male Vocalist" on the Grand Ole Opry stage during a national competition in Nashville, Tennessee.

After graduating, he performed as a lead in the incredible stage shows of the Chicago-area Six Flags Great America, covering tunes from Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, and Kenny Chesney in addition to the latest hits by Chris Brown, Usher, and Justin Timberlake.

Then, moving to Nashville full time, he found a home teaching line dance at the world-famous Wildhorse Saloon where he entertained the crowds nightly both onstage and on the dance floor. As an artist, performer, singer/songwriter, and overall entertainer, Chance is always eager to share his passion for music with anyone and everyone who will take the time to listen.