Nashville based husband and wife duo Cloverdayle, originally hail from the Pacific Northwest. Since the birth of Cloverdayle in 2008, Chad & Rachel Hamar have had a relentless determination to bring their brand of country music to the masses in a grassroots way. The duo moved from their home state of Oregon to Nashville, TN in the Fall of 2013. Not in search of fame, fortune, or record deals, but with one overriding goal – to push themselves as songwriters. So they’ve written, and lived, and toured, and written, and lived, and toured, and written some more. Pulling from those real life experiences, Chad & Rachel have literally been writing and performing the soundtrack of their lives…and their friends’ lives…and perfect strangers’ lives.
Cut to 5 years post-move, with: 2 fully-fan-funded albums & 2 EPs under their collective belts, a featured song on the popular Canadian TV show “Heartland” (now on Netflix), a feature on Billboard.com, hundreds of energy-fueled live performances, (including opening spots for Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Eric Church, Jason Aldean and Kelsea Ballerini), and thousands of late nights and copious cups of early morning coffee, Cloverdayle then released a self-titled full length album featuring 15 original songs penned or co-penned by the duo, as well as a bonus track of their take on the 1996 hit “Strawberry Wine.”
Their engaging live shows and regular hilarity via Facebook & Instagram Live stream outlets, sparked the duo’s fan base to fund their most recent Kickstarter campaign that reached almost $37,000 in just 30 days! In addition to many high-profile shows on their 2018 “Summer of Shenanigans Tour”, Cloverdayle was invited to join the line-up at the iconic Oregon Jamboree, headlining the second stage in the coveted Saturday night spot and performing directly in front of Maren Morris and Brett Eldredge on the main stage.
And Nashville is taking notice. After being pitted against prominent groups like Maddie & Tae and Runaway June, Cloverdayle wrapped up their biggest year yet by being named Women of Country’s 2018 “Group of the Year”.