Nashville based husband and wife songwriting team Cloverdayle originally hail from the not-so-predictable country outpost of the Pacific NW.
Since the birth of Cloverdayle in 2008, Chad & Rachel have had a relentless determination to bring their brand of country music to the masses. In 2010, Cloverdayle teamed up with songwriter and producer Terry McBride, (“Play Something Country”, “If You See Him, If You See Her”), and Dwain Rowe, (long-time band leader for Brooks & Dunn), to record a 4-song EP titled Young and Reckless. That project opened up numerous doors and has allowed the duo to embark upon their more recent adventures.
In the spring of 2012, Cloverdayle began work on their first full-length album in Nashville titled 9 Miles Down a 10 Mile Road. As avid songwriters, Chad & Rachel penned or co-penned each of the 13 tracks on the album. The debut single, “Like We Were Kids Again”, featured Jason Aldean’s band and was produced by New Voice Entertainment, (Thompson Square, Parmalee). “Like We Were Kids Again” received accolades on Billboard.com and was heard on country radio across the United States and abroad.
After making the move to Nashville in 2014, Chad and Rachel spent their first year in Music City immersed in writing & recording. Wanting to give their fans some new music while making plans for their sophomore full length album, they released a 5 song EP titled Worth the Fight in 2014.
In 2015 Cloverdayle joined forces with producer Steve Sundholm, (whose credits include projects with Ryan Tedder, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Rogers, Jim Brickman, Joe Perry, Daughtry), for their highly anticipated second full length album “Off The Grid”.
Outside of the studio and songwriting worlds, Cloverdayle is best known for their energy-fueled and compelling live show and have shared the stage with industry heavyweights including Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Wynonna Judd, Lee Brice, Jake Owen and Josh Turner.
Cloverdayle is currently on tour in the U.S. featuring their summer single “Play Me Something I Can Drink To”.