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Ohio Teen to Open for Colt Ford at Thirsty Cowboy


Chase Cummings is about as country as you can get. The 18-year-old Waynesfield, Ohio native enjoys working on his family’s farm, is president of his local FFA (Future Farmers of America) chapter and loves to write and sing Country Music. He will bring his music to the Thirsty Cowboy in Medina when he opens the show for Colt Ford on November 25.

Cummings started out playing mandolin at age 8 and was playing guitar and writing songs by the time he was 15. Music as a career was never in his plans until a couple years ago. He entered the FFA talent competition and won the state title in 2016 and performed two years in a row at the National FFA Convention. Now, the teen writes music all of the time and has recorded his first EP, Ain’t Going Nowhere in Nashville.

Cummings has an uncle who is a producer in Nashville and helped in the recording of the project. Take a listen to one of the songs below. Cummings would like to make music his full-time day job, but in the meantime still works on the family farm, C and C Farms, which has been in the family for years. You can find out more about Cummings on his website, ChaseCummingsMusic.com. You can find his EP, Ain’t Going Nowhere on iTunes.

Chase Cummings will open the show for Colt Ford on Saturday, November 25 at Thirsty Cowboy in Medina. Tickets for the show are $20 and available at the Thirsty Cowboy Box Office and on-line at ThirstyCowboy.com.

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