Chad Rinehart is a singer-songwriter and recording artist who falls into a few different categories: Indie Rock, Folk Rock, Singer-Songwriter, Alt Pop, and all of this with some classic rock influences. His first album titled American Prank was released in 2007 with New Colony Records by producer and American country music singer Joe Waters. (Joe Waters has had several songs that charted on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles chart e.g., "Harvest Moon", "Some Day My Ship's Comin' In") Joe signed Chad to his label in and the two began producing and publishing music together.

  After traveling and promoting the album Chad began working on a second album. During the recording sessions Joe Waters, very unexpectedly and tragically, passed away on February 18th, 2008. This caused a great deal of sadness in Chad's personal life and musical career, as the two were partners and close friends. After Joe's passing Chad moved to Nashville, TN and played music with various artists. He essembled a rock band called The Roses. And in 2010 he released a second full-length self-titled album, The Roses. Recorded at Welcome to 1979 Studios in Nashville, this album featured more of a rock n' roll sound and was very well received. This album featured notable musicians including Audley Freed (guitarist for the Black Crowes), Costco Davis (keyboardist for Alabama), and was produced by Jim Reilley (The New Dylan's). They also recorded a few singles, two of which were played on local Nashville Radio stations. During this time Chad received a songwriting credit in the movie Green Lantern for the song "Fancy Women". The band eventually would split up and go different directions musically. In 2014 Chad Rinehart released his third full-length album entitled Play It Loud! You can find his music on Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora and different online streaming sites. 

  Currently, Chad is recording a new album and booking live shows. A new single "6 White Horses" is going to be released in 2023! Great things are yet come for this artist!