|Instruments||Pedal steel guitar|
|Associated acts||Keith Whitley|
He worked as a bandleader and steel guitarist for Keith Whitley until Whitley died in 1989. Afterward, he worked as a touring manager for Alan Jackson and Clint Black. Chamberlain became an A&R director at Mercury Nashville in 1994, but later retired from that position. He has also worked as a record producer for several Mercury acts, including Mark Wills, Billy Currington and Easton Corbin.
Chamberlain co-wrote the songs "Love's Got a Hold on You", "Everything I Love" and "Between the Devil and Me" for Jackson; "The Best Day" for George Strait; and "Walk a Little Straighter" and "I Got a Feelin'" for Currington.
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