...more about Chelsea Musick



 Yes, Musick, that's her real last name -pronounced, "music". She's been singing since the age of 2 years old. Maybe, that has something to do with being born in Tennessee.  Chelsea had her first TV debut on the Philadelphia TV Show AL Alberts. She appeared on the show as a “teeny bobber.” Chelsea said, “ I still remember it like yesterday even though I was
only 5 years old, I was so nervous.” 

   

   Chelsea went on to sing the National Anthem for the Veterans since the age of 5 years old. She sung for Veteran's Day, Major Events, including the Philadelphia 76ers, Camden Riversharks and the past 3 Governor's Inaugurations Ceremonies and many others. Chelsea does not take for granted what the National Anthem means when singing. Why?   

  The Military and the Veterans are reallyspecial to her. Her father is one of them. He was in the 101st Airborne Division, stationed on the Ft. Campbell Base. Her father spent 10 months in the The First Gulf War on the Iraq/Saudi desert border. "I look and see the tears in the faces of the Veterans, soldiers, and the crowd.  I respect and appreciate all that these men and women have done and continue to do for the Country.”  Now my brothers follow in his footsteps and both serve in the US ARMY.

 

     In 2002, at the tender age of 9 years old, Chelsea was selected to compete on America's Most Talented Kid on NBC. She was one of 9 children in her age group selected out of thousands of hopefuls across the country to go on the TV Show. Chelsea made it through to the finals on the show. Although she did not win the entire show, she states the   "I am grateful and blessed to have the amazing opportunity to travel to the West Coast and be chosen to be a part of the show. I was able to see Hollywood, City Walk, and go to Universal Studios. I had so much fun.”  After the show, Chelsea was given a guitar by the members of The American Legion Post 252. She was thankful for the love and support. She went on to learn to play the guitar. 

 

 

 

      In 2006, at the age of 13, Chelsea co-wrote “I Wish You Were Here” with two songwriters from Nashville. This song was heard by a producer and was chosen to be included on a charity project called Songs for the Cure. Chelsea donated and gave All proceeds 100% from her song to the charity to continue the fight against cancer.

 

      Cancer, this topic is dear and personal to her heart. Chelsea’s grandmother battled and lost her fight with Stage IV Lung cancer. Over the years, Chelsea has had the honor and privilege of getting to know many others, adults and children battling cancer. 

     Chelsea’s last song track 10 - “SOMEDAY,” on her latest CD - Perfectly You , emotes and delivers a powerful message about losing someone close to you and holding on faith of seeing them again someday. 
                          

Chelsea continues to give back to various organizations to support causes that are close to her heart. Chelsea has performed over the years for Relay for Life,The Christian Women’s Group, and many other various charities. 

 

    In 2009, Chelsea at age 16, worked with iShine ministries. She was cast as an actress on the World WIde TV Show iShine Knect on TBN, DayStarTV and Smile of a Child Networks. She also toured with iShine on the National iShine tour around the country. “I was blessed with an amazing opportunity to work along side of great talent.”  Chelsea also has had the amazing opportunity to perform and open in concert for many people/functions including Main Stage of CreationFest, Skillet, News Boys, Family Force 5, Mark Wills, LoneStar, Sara Evans, Jason Michael Carol, Sarah Buxton, The Lost Trailers, Gloriana, National Tour to 43 city churches, various Veteran affairs, festivals, fairs, sporting events and much more... Chelsea still continues to tour the country.

 

 

    In August 2011, Chelsea was selected to audition in front of the 4 judges for the new TV show "The X-FACTOR." She was given 4 "YES' from ALL the judges including Simon. Chelsea had the opportunity to go California for "Boot Camp Week." Chelsea made it to the Top 23 Girls in the country. While waiting on stage for the final cut from Simon, Chelsea stated, “I had an overwhelming presence from God letting me know that I wouldn't move forward.” Chelsea stated, “At that moment, I knew God had bigger plans for me. I was not upset when I was cut, instead I smiled, then I wiped the tears from the other X-Factor hopefuls that were crying when they were cut. I think they wanted me to cry but I wasn’t sad, I was actually happy and relieved. I wanted to really record this CD that I have been writing for the past year. I have a mission and positive message I want to spread." 

 

   

 

    

 

 

... Chelsea  recorded her Sophomore CD, " Perfectly You," with music producer, Conrad Johnson.  Conrad was the former member of the CCM pop/rock duo, Chris and Conrad. From 2007-2010, he has toured extensively throughout the US performing in front of thousands and has charted on Billboard. Their first single “Lead Me To The Cross” peaking at #3 on the Hot AC Christian chart and their single “You’re The One” at #26 also on the Billboard Hot AC Christian chart. He has been producing artists on and off the road since 2005. 

 

 

 

Chelsea has a gift of writing and singing that touches deep within the soul. She sings her songs and delivers them with conviction. Her CD is more that just a CD. Chelsea wrote or co-wrote every song on the album. Chelsea’s vision and a mission for her CD, states Chelsea, “ I wrote my new songs for a purpose to connect with many issues we all face everyday. These songs are going to be an instrument to help talk about  purity, anti-bullying, faith, and many more topics. Chelsea's mission to "Inspire a Valued Generation to Be Bold In Faith.

 

     

Staying true to her calling,  Chelsea would like to be able to go into churches, youth groups, schools, festival, fairs...and other events. 

Chelsea states, “I want to discuss and dig deep about today's challenges. I want to be a mentor, a friend, and someone that can relate and connect on a personal level.” 

 

   Chelsea with all that under her belt still remains humble and grateful for the opportunities she has been given throughout the years. She is well on her way to do amazing things. She gives all she can to her fans, she stay late to meet and great all her fans after a show. Chelsea continues to try and be as creative as possible. She said “I even has started writing songs for the next CD, which is a long way away”, laughs Chelsea.