Sam Martin is a singer-songwriter and co-founder/lead singer of the band Con Bro Chill. Sam’s songwriting credits include Maroon 5’s “Daylight”, which went #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart and the US Adult Top 40 chart. Sam is the featured singer and co-writer on David Guetta’s single, “Dangerous” and “Lovers On The Sun,” which was co-produced by Avicii. Other credits include Guy Sebastian’s “Like A Drum” (which peaked at number 4 on the ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association charts), Ziggy Marley’s “Lighthouse,” and Sultan + Ned Shepard’s “All These Roads ft. Zella Day and Sam Martin”.

Born February 7th, 1983 in New York City and raised in Lake Oswego, OR. He attended Berklee School of Music for two years and then dropped out to pursue music on his own.

In 2010, Sam teamed up with his brother Connor Martin to create “Con Bro Chill” which was initially a YouTube character who Connor portrayed but later became a music project and is now a touring band. Con Bro Chill is known for their super fun music, wild performances, and their music videos—which are all self-produced, directed, and edited.

After gaining attention online with Con Bro Chill, Sam was discovered by Mike Caren (Warner Music Worldwide A&R and Founder/Owner of Artist Pubishing Group). In 2011, Mike signed Sam as a writer.