Illustrate Magazine Review of "You're a Nice Guy But...": October 5, 2022

Mesmerized Music Blog Review of "You're a Nice Guy But...": September 09, 2022

Pigeon Blog Review - "You're a Nice Guy But...": September 08, 2022

Medium.com Music Blog Review-"You're a Nice Guy But...": August 29, 2022

Indie Midlands Review of "I Saw Her Standing There": May 31, 2022

Indieland Review of "I Saw Her Standing There": May 30, 2022

Turtle Tempo Review of "I Saw Her Standing There": May 24, 2022

brazilian Blog Roadie Music's Review of "I Saw Her Standing There": May 12, 2022

Roadie Music is  a Brazilian blog that regularly covers my music.

Roadie Music is a Brazilian blog that regularly covers my music.

Pigeon_Opinion Blog Review - "I Saw Her Standing There": May 3, 2022

Jammerzine Daily Dose - "I Saw Her Standing There": April 24, 2022

Artist Rack Review of "I Saw Her Standing There": April 4, 2022

Artist Rack Review - "I Saw Her Standing There"

Rich Chambers is back with a brand-new version of “I Saw Her Standing There.”

April 2022 – Rich Chambers is an artist and songwriter with a passion for creating music that hits the heart and minds of his listeners. His sound is immediately personal and iconic, with great production aesthetics and even more compelling lyrics and melodies, which creates a very powerful vision from the moment you hit the play button. His most recent release happens to be a cover song, a unique take on “I Saw Her Standing There”, originally made famous by The Beatles. This version actually stands out as a demonstration of Rich’s unique style and his ability to transform the music to fit his persona, while still staying true to the spirit of the original song. This cover comes to life with a very immediate introduction, paving the way to a very smooth arrangement that builds up a lot of energy as the song evolves.

Find out more about Rich Chambers in the numbers out on the artists most recent studio releases, which are now available on some of the best digital music streaming platforms on the web.

"I Saw Her Standing There" Press Release: April 01, 2022

Parisian magazine Indie Chronique Review Of "I Wonder": February 23, 2022

We Write About Music Review of "I Wonder": February 20, 2022

Rising Artists Review of "I Wonder": February 7, 2022

When describing his music, Rich Chambers leans towards “vintage yet modern rock,” and while there are several elements of his latest single, “I Wonder,” that give off that good vintage feel – I would say this was more like a classic car. It is a song that may be reminiscent of days past but has the overall vibe that makes it shine like a Ford Mustang. Rich Chambers puts a love story on display with “I Wonder.” Questioning so much about the narrator’s interest and how these emotions came to be. It’s a fun song, a catchy pop-rock moment that has the ability to get stuck in the heads of anyone who happens to hear, but what I loved was the raspiness of Chambers’ voice. It gave Bryan Adams meets Springsteen meets ‘90s college alternative rock station. The latter means that I could hear “I Wonder” on a playlist alongside bands like The Rembrandts and think, that is a good pairing.  This Canadian-born singer-songwriter started dropping holiday music a few years ago and since then has made a name for himself doing so, but in 2020 decided to switch gears a bit and focus on music that could be appreciated throughout the rest of the year. “I Wonder” is the latest single from Rich Chambers. His fifth non-Christmas single to date, following the poignant, “High School Can’t Last Forever.”  To hear those and more from Rich Chambers, make sure to check him out on all major music and streaming sites today. Written by Kendra Beltran

When describing his music, Rich Chambers leans towards “vintage yet modern rock,” and while there are several elements of his latest single, “I Wonder,” that give off that good vintage feel – I would say this was more like a classic car. It is a song that may be reminiscent of days past but has the overall vibe that makes it shine like a Ford Mustang. Rich Chambers puts a love story on display with “I Wonder.” Questioning so much about the narrator’s interest and how these emotions came to be. It’s a fun song, a catchy pop-rock moment that has the ability to get stuck in the heads of anyone who happens to hear, but what I loved was the raspiness of Chambers’ voice. It gave Bryan Adams meets Springsteen meets ‘90s college alternative rock station. The latter means that I could hear “I Wonder” on a playlist alongside bands like The Rembrandts and think, that is a good pairing. This Canadian-born singer-songwriter started dropping holiday music a few years ago and since then has made a name for himself doing so, but in 2020 decided to switch gears a bit and focus on music that could be appreciated throughout the rest of the year. “I Wonder” is the latest single from Rich Chambers. His fifth non-Christmas single to date, following the poignant, “High School Can’t Last Forever.” To hear those and more from Rich Chambers, make sure to check him out on all major music and streaming sites today. Written by Kendra Beltran

Rock Era Magazine Review of "I Wonder": February 4,2022

Rock Era Magazine Review

I WONDER by Rich Chambers

The single resurrects vintage rock ‘n’ roll soul to the present and modernises it along with the country vibes, resulting in fast-tempo, stunning harmonies that force you to dance. I find “I Wonder” can be called “the easy abstain” as it only has a few lines. Simple music composition consists of only some basic chords, yet the result is amazing! It was fun to make with the five friends—Rich Chambers, Todd Foxcroft, Jeff Warren, Sean Gemmill, and Jim Gemmill—and it’s undoubtedly fun to listen to, and that means something, right?

There isn’t a single thing I don’t like about it. The vocals are energetic and fresh, and each sound element, whether it’s the guitar hooks, drum beats, or harmonica rhythms, is in the right place. Even the lyrics, as I previously stated, I do not find them to be simply words strung together; rather, they have triggered moments of wonder about some decisions that have been made. It’s sonically pleasing, and the music video was a wonderful treat for the eyes, with such a magnificent view, and getting to enjoy both music and a nature view fulfils a meaning to me.

New Noise Review of "I Wonder": January 4, 2022

Following in the footsteps of the previous single ‘High School Can’t Last Forever,’ there’s no slowing down Vancouver based artist Rich Chambers. Based around a simple yet effective melody, this is the sort of track that will leave you leaning for your hairbrush while you sing the lyrics into your new ‘microphone’.  Speaking about the new release, Rich Chambers shares, “Those who know me, know that I often talk about how personal songwriting is or how I am often trying to reflect upon some aspect of the human condition and/or experience in a song, but they also know that a part of me also fully embraces and enjoys the ‘guilty pleasure’ aspect of music and songwriting. Not all songs have to mean something. Sometimes a song is simply about enjoying the music and having fun, which is where ‘I Wonder’ comes from. The song was a pile of fun to write and even more fun to record!”

Following in the footsteps of the previous single ‘High School Can’t Last Forever,’ there’s no slowing down Vancouver based artist Rich Chambers. Based around a simple yet effective melody, this is the sort of track that will leave you leaning for your hairbrush while you sing the lyrics into your new ‘microphone’. Speaking about the new release, Rich Chambers shares, “Those who know me, know that I often talk about how personal songwriting is or how I am often trying to reflect upon some aspect of the human condition and/or experience in a song, but they also know that a part of me also fully embraces and enjoys the ‘guilty pleasure’ aspect of music and songwriting. Not all songs have to mean something. Sometimes a song is simply about enjoying the music and having fun, which is where ‘I Wonder’ comes from. The song was a pile of fun to write and even more fun to record!”

'Santa's Rockin' Band' Press Release: December 14, 2021

Sinusoidal Music - Review of "It's Christmas Time (All Over the World)": November 10, 2021

WWAM Review of "High School Can't Last Forever": October 15, 2021

Mexican Blog Review of "High School Can't Last Forever": October 2, 2021

Fruit Sonic Review of "High School Can't Last Forever": September 21, 2021

"High School Can't Last Forever" Press Release: September 16, 2021

New Noise Review of "High School Can't Last Forever": September 10, 2021

Sinusoidal Review of "High School Can't Last Forever": September 9, 2021

WWAM review of "Summer Looks So Good On You": August 19, 2021

"Summer Looks So Good On You" Press Release: July 21, 2021

HappyMag.tv review of "Summer Looks So Good On You": July 12, 2021

ArtistRack review of "Summer Looks So Good on You": July 8, 2021

"Sorry Isn't Good Enough 2nd Press Release: June 8, 2021

"Sorry Isn't Good Enough" - An Amazing Review!: June 3, 2021

One of the best song reviews I have ever received! (May 26, 2021)

Some great press for "SOrry Isn't Good Enough"

A very cool post by Concert Monkey--short and sweet, which sometimes are the most effective posts of all!

A very cool post by Concert Monkey--short and sweet, which sometimes are the most effective posts of all!

"Sorry Isn't Good Enough 1st Press Release: May 11, 2021

First Press Generated by the High Violet Radio and PR Campaign for "I'm So Tired"

First Press Release from the Al Balfour Geiner PR Agency

This is a very cool online interview I did for the YMX Music Blog. They asked some great questions that really allowed me to talk about my influences and my perspective on today's music scene. It was a fun one to do!

This is a very cool online interview I did for the YMX Music Blog. They asked some great questions that really allowed me to talk about my influences and my perspective on today's music scene. It was a fun one to do!

Here is a great blog where the blogger compares my guitar playing in "I'm So Tired" to that of a modern day Eddie Cochran. I take that as a huge compliment!

Here is a great blog where the blogger compares my guitar playing in "I'm So Tired" to that of a modern day Eddie Cochran. I take that as a huge compliment!

This is a pretty cool interview I did for Upcoming 100 (click on the pic to read the interview).

This is a pretty cool interview I did for Upcoming 100 (click on the pic to read the interview).