Parmalee and Clare Dunn 052I saw Clare Dunn on stage this past August, when she opened for Parmalee. She put on a great acoustic performance for the audience. That’s a hard spot for a new artist to be in. She was on stage alone, singing for an audience she knew was anxiously waiting for the headliner to hit the stage. And, she did a great job. It was easy to see that Clare Dunn was doing what she wanted to do. One of the songs we got to hear was her “Cowboy Side of You,” which later spent a month on SiriusXM The Highway’s Top 45 chart.

ClareIn addition to the show I saw, she has opened for Keith Urban, Dierks bentley, Luke Bryan, and many more. Yesterday, she signed a recording contract with UMG Nashville, and we can all look forward to her debut album coming soon! [Picture–Front Row (L-R): UMG Nashville Chairman & CEO Mike Dungan, Clare Dunn, UMG Nashville A&R Sr. Director Stephanie Wright; Back Row (L-R): UMG Nashville SVP Promotion Royce Risser, UMG Nashville Vice President Business and Legal Affairs Rob Femia, UMG Nashville President Cindy Mabe, Red Light Management’s Shawn McSpadden, WME’s Kevin Neal, Greenberg Traurig LLP’s Jess Rosen, UMG Nashville Senior Vice President A&R Brian Wright, UMG Nashville Senior Vice President/COO Tom Becci]

Parmalee and Clare Dunn 048If you didn’t see the article we posted about Clare this past August, you can read that by clicking here. In addition to her web site, be sure to visit her Facebook page, and remember to “Like” it while you are there! You can follow her on Twitter, too, @ClareDunnMusic. If you aren’t already following Country’s Chatter on Twitter, we’d love to have you. You will find us @countryschatter.

Later!
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I saw Clare Dunn on stage this past August, when she opened for Parmalee. She put on a great acoustic performance for the audience. That’s a hard spot for a new artist to be in. She was on stage alone, singing for an audience she knew was anxiously waiting...