Chuck Hancock: Can't Get The Texas Out Of Me (CD)
Hardcore Country Music with twin fiddles and pedal steel !
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|Hancock, Chuck - Can't Get The Texas Out Of Me (CD) CD 1|
|01||Can't Get the Texas Out Of Me|
|03||Can't Make It past Your Memory|
|05||Too Drunk To Drive|
|06||Faded Out Of The Picture|
|07||A Woman Like That|
|08||Through The Eyes Of A Fool|
|09||It's All In Your Hands|
|10||Can't One Night Stand It|
|11||Don't You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me|
|12||Beer Bottles and Bar Room Beauties|
|16||Me And My Conscience Disagree|
|17||This Ain't My Country|
Country gospel artist Chuck Hancock was born and raised in Texas and started out as a young man playing country music. In 1971, he moved to Georgia where he set out to build a successful business and raise a family. The move was, without a doubt, the right one for his life. He met the love of his life, Cynthia and they built a beautiful home where they raised their children. Unfortunately, as is often the case, Chuck had to put his music on the back burner during this time and focus on providing for his family and developing his business career.
Also, during this time, he accepted Jesus Christ as his savior. "After I got saved I thought playing music was over," he admits. But after attending a concert featuring country gospel artist Chuck Day, he recalls, "The music that he (Chuck Day) was performing had that Texas sound to it, with fiddles and steel guitars. When I heard it I thought, 'Wow, I can still do some country style music but with a different message."
When his family had become old enough to withstand him being on the road and his business had grown enough to become stable and profitable, Chuck decided to begin writing and playing music again. It was like seeing an old friend, one he hadn't forgotten but just couldn't find time for recently. Over the past several years, Chuck has been fortunate to have several of his songs climb into the top ten with a few number ones on the country gospel charts. His tracks are a vehicle for providing a true inspirational message to fans of both genres. "THAT'S WHERE I WAS" reached the top of the charts and was his first number one.
Humbly grateful, for all that God has allowed him to accomplish, Chuck is thankful to all those that have helped him along the way. "Terry Beene has helped me so much with my music....he is so supportive. He has been my partner in this and my helpmate."
Tommy Smith, owner of Canyon Creek Records has been wonderful to me.
Chuck Day was an inspiration throughout this journey so far. " I wouldn't even be doing this if it were not for him," Hancock says. "Back when I didn't have anyone else to help me through everything I had to do to get involved in all this, Chuck Day was right there to help me. He and I perform a lot together and also write. He is one of my greatest inspirations."
Charles Turner, his business partner, has been tremendously supportive as well. "He's my brother and life long business partner. He has been a great encouragement for me throughout the years."