Curt Chambers

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Curt Chambers is a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter and guitarist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a guitar player he has played and toured the world with Eminem, Dr. Dre, Diddy, Eric Roberson, LL Cool J, and others. He is also the frontman of the Philadelphia-based band, Franklin Bridge.

Career[edit]

In 2007, Franklin Bridge competed on The Next Great American Band, a national talent competition that aired on the Fox Network.[1] In 2012 Curt released his second solo effort titled "One Way Ticket," produced by Ivan "Orthodox." [2][3] The first song released from the album was "Grass Is Greener" a song co-written with Rob. A! of Chris Brown "Forever" and Rihanna "Disturbia" fame. The video was picked up by VH1 Soul while garnering some positive reviews. The video for the second song "Out Of Body," also co-written by Rob. A!, was added to VH1 Soul's and MTV music channel rotation. In 2011 Curt was nominated for a Grammy in the Best R&B Song category for his work on "Finding My Way Back" by Jaheim.

Discography[edit]

  • Incredible, 2009 LP CD digital download
  • One Way Ticket, 2013 LP CD digital download

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