Chad Reinert was born in the winter of 1984 in Maple Grove, Pennsylvania where he remained until his mid teens and then moved to a farm with his parents in East Central Pennsylvania. Chad continues to reside adjacent to the family farm with his wife and two children. 

In 2013 Chad recorded his first album, "I Know A Man Who Can", in Nashville and had two songs from that album chart followed by 3 more albums that same year. The following year after recording his second Nashville album titled "The Payoff", he had the honor of being offered a song written for Elvis. The song was given to Felton Jarvis by his brother-in-law Don Frost. Elvis died before he could record it and the song was archived for 37 years until Don offered it to Chad to record. 

Chad has also appeared on television through Dish Network numerous times.

Chad returned to Nashville in 2014 to record an album called "The Payoff". The song titles "As Country As It Gets" which he wrote and produced topped the charts in early 2015 at #8.

Returning back to Nashville in the early spring of 2015 he completed yet another album called, "Keepin it Country". This would be the fourth album he recorded at the studio he originated at, but this time, midway through the session, the owner offered to sell Chad the studio. This was an offer that he couldn't possibly refuse. Fulfilling his dream, he said "Yes" and in April 2015, Chad became the proud owner of Toneslinger Recording Studio at Music Valley Village, Nashville across from the Grand Old Opry! He not only performs, but now helps others to get their start in the music business by giving them guidance, and even as much as being a session player playing rhythm and/or lead guitar. 

In the fall of 2015, Chad landed his 1st. No. 1 Hit with "Don't Take Her (She's All I Got) Holding the #1 Spot for two weeks in a row.

In March of 2016 Chad went back into the studio to record his latest project. An album dedicated to some of his influences. The album includes numerous duets featuring some of Nashville's biggest legends such as Daryle Singletary, T. Graham Brown, Marty Haggard, Tommy Cash, Highway 101's Nikki Nelson his friend and mentor Ronnie McDowell. Its also features some of Nashville's most notable players such as Kenny Vaughan, Eugene Moles, Mike Lusk, Tim Atwood, Tim Watson, John Heinrich and Ronnie McDowell Jr. It also features a very special guest appearance rock and roll hall of famer D.J. Fontana, Elvis' 1st drummer and worked with Elvis for 14 years.

His current tour has included many theatres, carnivals and county fairs throughout the nation as well as numerous guest performances at the Nashville Night Life Theatre right in the heart of Music City, Nashville, Tennessee.

In April of 2016 Chad released a cover of Adele's "Someone Like You" to country radio across the world and is currently climbing the charts.  

Chad also performs frequently with the legendary legend Ronnie McDowell when Chad and Ronnie's tours permit. Chad use to go to many Ronnie's concerts as a teenager not realizing years later he would be on stage singing, playing lead guitar and be a family friend...