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“GROUPON selects Chance McKinney & Steve Albini to pick Montana song...”

"Country musician and Lolo Native Chance McKinney on his way up..."

"His sound is knows as 'Industrialized Country' and it's..."

"Together raising more than $16,000 for Oso Relief Fund..."

"Country music working man..."

"Chance McKinney's Think About That debuts on iTunes Country Album Charts at #62..."

"Former Missoula resident is now CMT's #1 Singer/Songwriter..."

"Chance McKinney is CMT's Music City Madness Winner..."

“Chance McKinney Wins CMT.com's Music City Madness Contest”

“High school math teacher Chance McKinney is the winner of CMT.com's fourth annual MUSIC CITY MADNESS, a nationwide search for the best unsigned country act, for his self-penned ballad "Be Real."”

“Contest results were announced Tuesday, and when McKinney checked the CMT Web site and saw he'd won, it sent his class into an uproar.”

“Utahn wins Country Music Television's online contest”

“Math teacher --and Utah singer -- is counting votes”

“After celebrating his victory, Chance McKinney sang his hit "Be Real" with his students”

“Chance McKinney, a high school math teacher from Mukilteo, Wash., could be considered the improbable finalist on the fourth season of “Music City Madness,” CMT.com’s online, fan-driven talent search contest.”

“Country singing contestant Chance McKinney amazed by his fans”

“McKinney began his journey to the final round after being selected by CMT from a field of thousands of contestants.”

“Chance McKinney teaches high school trigonometry and statistics at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo, a suburb of Seattle.”

“Missoula Big Sky grad Chance McKinney wins CMT Music City Madness contest”

“We told you Chance McKinney made it to the final of CMT's 'Music City Madness', now we can say he won the competition!”

“CMT tabs Chance McKinney as one of Nation's TOP 8 "unsigned artists."”