Margaret has enough energy to power all the lights of Las Vegas. It’s the fuel that burns full force, ignited by the heat of her driving voice and her powerful and passionate on stage performance. From her days as a young girl sitting on her father’s lap singing Delta Dawn, to her winning first place at the Day in the Country competition, Margaret knew from the start she was born to be a country superstar.
Guided by the encouragement of her father, Claude Chambers, Margaret would listen to and learn the songs of Patsy Cline, Charley Pride, and Reba McIntire, dreaming of the day she could perform on stage herself. That chance came one night after some prodding by a few friends at karaoke night. Margaret took the stage and captivated the first of many audiences with a rousing performance that brought the house down.
Everyone has one event in his or her life that is looked upon as a defining moment. Margaret’s’ came during the tragic loss of her father. During the funeral, Margaret stood in the front of the church and performed the song Angel acapella. From that moment on, Margaret turned her full attention into becoming a country music superstar.
Margaret’s journey has taken her from the karaoke scene throughout the St. Louis area to contest in Branson, Missouri, performing for charity events, and singing in Printers Alley in Nashville, Tennessee, and singing the National Anthem at several ballparks and racing events. All the sweat, hard work and dead ends finally paid off. Margaret teamed up with Jeff Walter , a music publisher in Nashville who helped Margaret get in contact with other music writers and publishers. The result is Margaret’s first CD release titled Flamin’ Hearts.
From the heart felt ballads like Matter of Love to the rockin’ in your face single I Still Do, Margaret covers the full range of emotions with feeling and a sense of realness that will make anyone who listens a true believer.
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