Chaz Miles grew up in Pueblo, CO. He began singing in gospel music at age six and was raised in a Christian environment, as his mother and grandfather are pastors. Despite his emersion in the church, Chaz's talents were best displayed in sports early on. Miles played football at Pueblo Central High School. His high school history included being named a three-time all-league and two-time all-state honoree. He also earned the title of team MVP two years in a row. He was also was named an all-state athlete in basketball and track and field. After graduation he went on to play football and study speech communication and religious studies at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. What began as a chance to fulfill his childhood dream of a ticket to the NFL as a Wide Receiver for the Rams, resulted in a call to music when a career ending knee injury was quickly followed by a Myspace message from an intern at S and J Artist Management and Consulting in California. Shortly thereafter, Chaz made his first industry move and signed on with the management firm under "Big King." During his time at CSU Chaz became in integral part of Iasis Christ Fellowship in Fort Collins, CO. He became the Worship Leader under head pastor Johnny Square in 2008 where he still serves today as Worship Pastor. In 2009, Miles and the Iasis Worship Band wrote and recorded "Daddy," Miles' first worship CD. The project was a huge step for Chaz and the band selling over 1,000 copies. 2010 marks the beginning of Chaz's launch of his music ministry vision Heartbeat. The release of Chaz's first solo LP, "The Difference" was much awaited by many of his loyal and growing fan base. Featuring tracks from top industry producers, like Ric Rudd, "The Difference," is only the first step of many to come!