Live in The Current Studio!

Chastity recently visited Oake & Riley in The Morning in The Current studio to chat about Silhouette of Sirens and perform some songs live off the record. You'll hear some of Chastity's insights into making the record as well as a sneak peak into her album release celebration on Friday, June 2nd at The Fitzgerald Theater in downtown St. Paul! 

Click here to listen to the entire session.

Chastity Announces New Album "Silhouette of Sirens"

Chastity Announces New Album "Silhouette of Sirens"

I'm proud to announce that my debut Red House Records album, Silhouette of Sirens, comes out on May 19th and will be available on CD, vinyl and all digital formats. The album features the first single "Wake Up" that you can download now when you pre-order the album on iTunes or Amazon!

We'll be celebrating the release of Silhouette of Sirens on Friday, June 2nd at The Fitzgerald Theatre! Click here for more info.

Interview With The Bluegrass Situation

Interview With The Bluegrass Situation

I’ve never been so specific on stage about current events than I have as of late, on these last few tours. I think it’s this realization that my personal life is political and that I have the fortune to be elevated and amplified night after night; I’m the loudest thing in the room. And what am I gonna do with that type of power?

Chastity Signs With RED HOUSE RECORDS!

Chastity Signs With RED HOUSE RECORDS!

Red House is proud to announce that CHASTITY BROWN has joined their roster. With an early 2017 album release in the works, Chastity is joining Ani DiFranco for fall dates through October; she'll both be opening these shows and also joining DiFranco on stage. Chastity will also perform at the DiFranco's inaugural “BabeFest,” a festival of music, comedy and social activism taking place August 26 at Babeville in Buffalo, New York. 

Watch Chastity honor Prince outside First Avenue

Watch Chastity honor Prince outside First Avenue

Thursday night's street party and all-night dance party at First Avenue won't be soon forgotten, either by those who could attend or those who followed the story online. A crowd thousands-strong flooded First Avenue and Seventh Street, both celebrating and mourning Prince Rogers Nelson: his life, his spirit, and his music.