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“We are very much a grassroots, fan-built and fan-driven band so we chose “That’s Why I Love You” to be the first song to premiere from the new EP because it’s a side of Cloverdayle our audience has yet to hear, (and we think they’re going to be surprised). We’ve definitely taken some risks and pushed ourselves creatively, but we couldn’t be more excited about this next chapter!”
"A lot of couples should not do what we do because it's very volatile, I suppose, but it's always worked for us really, really well. We toured several years ago in a big RV for about nine months, and everyone assumed we would either come back pregnant or divorced, and neither happened. It takes a lot of communication, and a sense of humor, but it works well."
“The Hamars became friends with Jason Aldean and his camp after opening for him at Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend a couple of years ago, and this winter, they’ll begin work on a five-song EP with his band.”
“Cloverdayle recently returned from Nashville where they recorded new tracks with Jason Aldean’s band for their forthcoming album. “Like We Were Kids Again” is scheduled to be released to Country Radio in June.”
“As the opening act for a show on Kenny Chesney’s Poets and Pirates 2008 tour, Cloverdayle will share their original music on the same stage as the musicians that inspired them to write the songs.”
“PORT ANGELES — Rachel and Chad don’t look old enough to have 14 years of musical history together. They’ve been married 12 years now and cooking up a storm of country music with some rock ’n’ roll stirred in.”
“Opportunities opening for Chad and Rachel of Cloverdayle who are amped to open for Tim McGraw Friday night...“They have such positive attitudes. Those guys are so plugged into the community through the music scene and through us on the radio,” said Mike Chase who hosts the Mike and Amy Morning show on 99.5 FM (The Wolf with Amy Faust). “They’ve got a huge groundswell of support and I think that a lot of people really want to see them succeed.””
“Rising country star Jason Aldean will take the stage at Bend’s Les Schwab Amphitheater on Thursday night, but Bendites should get there in time to catch one of their own in the opening act, Cloverdayle. “We love going where we can win over new fans,” Rachel said. “A lot of the shows that we’ve gotten to do, there’s a lot of country fans that either have never heard of us or have heard of us but haven’t seen us, and so we love getting to go in and really prove ourselves.” ”