Chuck Wicks

Born Jun 20, 1979

Charles Elliott "Chuck" Wicks is an American country music artist. He was one of the participants on the American reality series Nashville, which aired on Fox Networks for two episodes before its cancellation in mid-2007. In late 2007, he signed to RCA Records Nashville as a recording artist, with his debut single "Stealing Cinderella" being released in September of that year.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Chuck Wicks.


1979 Birth Born on June 20, 1979.


2006 27 Years Old Wanting to pursue a career in country music, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee after quitting college two classes short of graduation from Florida Southern College. He then began to hone his songwriting skills, penning more than one hundred songs per year at one point, and one of his songs, "Lead Me On", was recorded by Steve Holy on his 2006 album Brand New Girlfriend.
Eventually, Wicks caught the attention of RCA Records executives, who signed him to a recording contract in late 2007. … Read More
It served as the lead-off to his debut album Starting Now, which was released in January 2008. "All I Ever Wanted" and "Man of the House" were released as the album's second and third singles, respectively, and both have charted in the Top 40 as well. … Read More


2009 30 Years Old On November 10, 2009, Wicks announced that he has started to work on his second album. The album's first single, "Hold That Thought," was released on May 17, 2010, and debuted at number 55 on the Hot Country Songs chart for the chart week of June 5, 2010.
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It was followed by "Old School", which made number 51 on the same chart before Wicks exited the label in January 2011.
2012 33 Years Old In the midst of preparing to release a new record, Wicks wrote a song titled, "I Don't Do Lonely Well", which got Jason Aldean's attention and landed him a spot on his then upcoming album Night Train in 2012. … Read More
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Wicks self-released an extended play titled Rough in April 2013. … Read More
2016 37 Years Old Wicks' first album for Blaster, Turning Point, was released on February 26, 2016. … Read More
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