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With the release of his very first single, "Too Cold At Home," Mark Chesnutt established himself as one of country's most authentic and talented vocal stylists. He won the CMA's Horizon Award, and no less a judge of talent than George Jones said, "This boy is the real deal."
Since those auspicious beginnings, Mark has carved out a career that has impressed both critics and fans. He has always been known as someone tied firmly to country's roots, and he has been a consistent chart-topper, racking up 12 #1 singles and 20 Top Ten hits. Along the way, he earned an impressive four platinum and five gold records.
His hits have been among the past decade's most memorable: "Bubba Shot The Jukebox," "Ol' Country," "It Sure Is Monday," "Brother Jukebox," "Going Through The Big D," "I'll Think Of Something," "It's A Little Too Late," "Almost Goodbye," "Gonna Get A Life," and one of country's biggest of the past few years, "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing," which stayed on top for a full month. Mark was one of the 10 most-played artists on the radio during the decade of the '90s.
A consistent hit maker and one of the industry's hardest-working concert performers, Mark has become one of his generation's beacons of authentic country music. His dedication to taking live
music to his fans is unshakable. He says, "Just listening to music is great, but I've got to be out there on stage making it."