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Everything You Need to Know About “Chartbreakers” – The TV Show Unveiling the Untold Journey of Aspiring Songwriters in Nashville

Produced by 6x Emmy Award-winner Jason Sciavicco and singer-songwriter Chris Lane, the series provides a unique look into the world of aspiring songwriters in Music City.

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Chartbreakers, a new TV series produced by 6x Emmy Award-winner Jason Sciavicco and singer-songwriter Chris Lane, provides a unique look into the world of aspiring songwriters in Nashville. Going beyond traditional singing competitions, the show follows contestants guided by judges Janine Ebach, Wyatt Durrette, and Filmore as they navigate real-life challenges for a shot at a publishing deal. The winner, set to be announced on November 29th, will secure a $100,000 cash prize and a record deal with a prominent Nashville recording company.

Chartbreakers aims to share the untold stories of songwriters and foster the growth of the next generation of musical talent. To assemble competitors, the show’s judges and crew embark on a tour, hosting auditions in five different U.S cities – Nashville, Greenville, Marietta, Pensacola, and Statesboro. Contestants compete for a spot on the tour bus, where they’ll face new talent at iconic country venues along the way. Finalists from each city earn a seat on the bus to the next destination. The journey is not without its challenges, and as the competition heightens, no bunk on the bus is secure, adding an unpredictable element to the show.

The narrative reaches a pivotal point as the eight semi-finalists find themselves in a Blue Ridge Mountains cabin, where daily challenges test their songwriting skills. Mini-challenge winners receive mentorship from industry professionals like Justin Ebach, Dave Kennedy, and Levi Loury. Contestants showcase their creativity by writing and performing songs for the panel of judges, building anticipation for the grand finale.

Executive producer Jason Sciavicco sees Chartbreakers as a series that sheds light on songwriters with extraordinary talent, poised to make a lasting impact on the music industry. The series concludes with a grand finale at an Atlanta theater, featuring a red-carpet event and special guest performances from judges Filmore and Durrette, along with Chris Lane. The winner, selected from four finalists, will receive a coveted recording contract and a significant cash prize of $100,000.

Chartbreakers stands out for its focus on the songwriting journey, offering viewers a fresh perspective on the music industry. The show promises to resonate with viewers through its emotional highs and lows, underdog stories, and a showcase of exceptional talent, adding a distinctive chapter to the ongoing evolution of country music.

Written by CS Country Staff

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