Chuck Foster

 


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Chuck Foster is a Nashville singer-songwriter with an original vintage country sound mixed with southern soul.

Born and raised outside of Nashville TN, Chuck Foster grew up playing gospel piano and guitar in his hometown Methodist church. That influence, coupled with a heavy dose of artists such as Billy Joe Shaver, Merle Haggard, and Waylon Jennings, helped to shape Fosters original county soul sound. Foster formed popular southern rock/jam band Old Union in 2001, and began honing his songwriting skills in front of audiences around the country. In 2004, Old Union was chosen to be the backing band for legendary artist Bonnie Bramlett, with whom they toured throughout North America until 2006.

With the success of Old Union, and his desire to convey his country roots, Foster began work on "Gettin' Back To Livin'" in late 2010. At its heart, the album is a reflection of the early country influences that shaped the style that Foster wanted to capture in his own lyrics and music. "I wanted to showcase the side of my music that came the most natural to me." Using the talents of long time friend and Old Union guitarist Steve Swertfeger, bassist Johnny Few, and Nashville drummer Justin Amaral, the outfit brought the songs to life that Foster had envisioned. "Getting Back To Livin" encompasses sounds ranging from classic honky-tonk to delta blues and soul, and the album highlights Chuck Fosters ability to bring the two genres together.

 

 

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