Chelsea Bain has built a name for herself in the country music industry by combining a vivid appearance with a fun demeanor.
Chelsea would not have contemplated pursuing a career in music if it weren’t for her mother, Renee Bain Jobe. The country singer remembers her mother as a guiding light throughout her career in music.
Chelsea’s mother, Mama Bain, aided her in breaking into the music industry.
Chelsea briefly discussed her mother’s effect on her career in an interview with The Boot. When asked how she got into country music, the singer said it was largely due to her mother’s taste in music. Her mother was a major admirer of country music, so she grew up listening to it.
She remembered listening to all of the country music on her radio in the 1990s and dreaming of becoming a country singer one day. In some ways, listening to countless hours of country music influenced her decision to pursue a career as a singer.
So I grew up listening to whatever country music was on the air in the 1990s, and I’ve always said, “I’m going to be a country music singer,” since I was a small child. Even today, the actress appears to remain close to her mother and frequently shares photos of her.
Her father and brother, in addition to her mother, have been her consistent support system since the beginning, according to the singer.
‘To me, my family is everything.’
The Nashville-based country singer has been blessed with a supportive family who has encouraged her throughout her career.
She stated in an interview with the EastValley Tribune that her family is essential to her. Her mother served as her manager, her brother shot films, and her father handled all of the heavy labor during her performance at a NASCAR race, she remembered.
In terms of family, the Phoenix native, who prefers to remain anonymous, was recently speculated to be the daughter of country musician Clint Black. According to multiple accounts, she is the “alleged” love child of Black and Renee Bain. Black, it appears, wanted to keep the affair a secret. According to his lawyer, Robert Schwartz, the singer admitted fatherhood and promised to pay child support and health insurance, as well as establish a fund for the child’s education.
These rumors, however, have not been confirmed.