Chuck Foster is a singer songwriter who’s repertoire consists of an eclectic mix of Country, Rock, and Americana covers and original music. Chuck started playing guitar at the age of 14 and played in in bands throughout high school. He started playing music professionally as his sole source of income at the age of 25 in1978. He lived in Cincinnati, Ohio and played clubs in that area for a couple years and then worked with recording artist Bobby Borchers out of Nashville for a year. In 1980 he formed the country rock band Cheyenne out of Cincinnati and recorded two albums independently and worked regionally for sixteen years. In that time he opened for many country artists including Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Merle Haggard and others. In 1996 he retired from performing and bought a farm in Indiana. During that time he developed an interest in acoustic music and songwriting. Chuck is now retired and spends his time writing and recording in his home studio and performs regularly around the Florida panhandle. His new CD will be released this summer.