Chuck has been here
yearly for several years now and his charm hasn't diminished. Chuck is
a storyteller, a songwriter, a troubador and a modern day bard. His
acoustic guitar and voice draw you in with genuine down to earth warmth
and quirky, rootsy, finely crafted songs. Chuck's with and irony, set
to haunting melodies over syncopated guitar strumming or sweet
fingerpicking tell stories of oddball and underdog characters.
His songs celebrate the goodness in people, the eccentric, the holy,
the profound, the courageous, the inspiring and the beautiful. They
poke what needs to be poked and sometimes challenge what needs to be
challenged. They are sworn to tell the truth. His songs have been
covered by many others and his song Radio was used over the titles of
the film of the same name. Chuck also has a passion for our national
Pastime and its colorful offbeat cast of characters which is evident in
two albums of Baseball tales. If you have heard him before you
know the joys of his music and if you haven't, come and be introduced.
Music will start
at 7:00 and a
$15.00 donation is requested with all
going to Chuck.
For information and
call (530) 753-3472 or email me, email@example.com.
I hope to see you here.