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UnCategorized Chris Cagle is an American country music artist. Signed with Virgin Records Nashville in 2000, Cagle made his debut on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts with the single "My Love Goes On and On", the first single from his debut album Play It Loud. Play It Loud was followed in 2002 by Chris Cagle, released on Capitol Records Nashville. Also a gold album in the U.S., it produced the Top 5 hits "What a Beautiful Day" and "Chicks Dig It". Anywhere but Here, his third album, followed in 2005 and produced the #12-peaking "Miss Me Baby". A fourth studio album, titled My Life’s Been a Country Song, was released in 2008, and its lead-off single, "What Kinda Gone", peaked at #3 on the country music charts in early 2008. Overall, his albums have accounted for thirteen singles, of which all but one have charted. Cagle was born in DeRidder, Louisiana on November 10, 1968; by the time he was four years old, his family moved to Sugar Land, Texas, just outside of Houston, Texas. He stayed there until moving to Baytown, Texas in high school.During his high school years, he took piano lessons before switching to guitar. After graduating high school, he attended University of Texas at Arlington for one year. He skipped his finance courses to audit music classes, and performed at night in nearby clubs. Cagle later dropped out of college. Chris moved to Nashville in 1994 at the behest of entertainment attorney Rod Phelps. Chris told Phelps that he "…had no place to live, no job, and no money". Phelps hired Cagle as a nanny for Phelps’ three daughters, Shayna, Ashley and Tiffany, where he remained for several months. While in Nashville, Cagle was waiting tables and tending bar while working to improve himself as a songwriter. One big break came when he met the legendary Harlan Howard, who was so impressed with Chris’s songwriting progress that he was became the first to publish one of his songs. Chris then landed a publishing deal and had songs recorded by David Kersh. A woman he met while waiting tables led him to Virgin Records head Scott Hendricks, who signed him to a label deal.He currently lives in Ardmore, Oklahoma near the Dornick Hills Golf Course, in southern Oklahoma.or the next five years he worked odd jobs throughout Nashville, eventually landing a songwriting deal and co-writing album tracks for David Kersh. While working at a restaurant, he was discovered by an agent of the newly-formed Nashville division of Virgin Records, and was signed to a recording deal with the label in 2000.After his vocal recovery, Cagle began work on his third studio album, Anywhere but Here, which was released in 2005. "Miss Me Baby" served as the album’s first single, reaching a peak of #12 on the country music charts. The other two singles "Wal-Mart Parking Lot" and the title track, which had also been a single for Brice Long in 2005 both failed to enter the Top 40. In August 2006, a Nashville judge ordered Cagle to pay approximately $737,000 to former manager Mark Hybner, whom Chris had sued in 2004 in an effort to void management and publishing deals he had signed in 1999.In 2010, Cagle signed with the Bigger Picture Music Group. Cagle graduated Ross S. Sterling High school in Baytown, Texas in 1987. He married school teacher, Elizabeth Filer on September 10, 2001 in Houston, Texas, but the marriage ended in divorce in 2003. On October 3, 2005, he announced on his web site that he was not the biological father of his then-girlfriend’s baby. Chris is a brother of the Missouri Theta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: