Park Chisolm grew up in Newnan, Georgia. He started playing guitar at age 11 simply because the Newnan Pawn Shop had better guitars than keyboards. He played in bands throughout high school and college.
Park moved to Nashville in 1996 where he wrote songs and fronted his own band before finding work as a multi-¬instrumentalist on the road and in the studio with artists from all across the musical spectrum.
In 2006, he started working with actor Kevin Costner and his band Modern West as a songwriter and guitarist. The band has recorded and released five albums to date, and toured worldwide. Chisolm co¬-produced the band’s most recent album, “Famous For Killing Each Other,” a project containing songs written for and inspired by the critically acclaimed “The Hatfields and McCoys” television mini¬series.
Park still calls Nashville home, where he continues to write and produce projects with a variety of artists. Recent projects include “Indigo,” an album produced for 2010 CCMA Artist of the Year Victoria Banks, a new yet untitled Modern West album, and the debut album of his band the Ups.
Chisolm signed a publishing deal with RareSpark Media Group in January 2015.