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Chuck Wicks Announces ‘Turning Point’ Tour

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Chuck Wicks supports the release of his sophomore album ‘Turning Point’ (2.26) with a headlining tour spanning eight cities and includes an album release event at Tin Roof Nashville’s Broadway location. Firefly Spirits will be featured at all shows with signature drinks and Firefly frivolity.

“I’m excited to get this tour started,” says Wicks. “Being on a radio show in 42-plus cities, I’m waking up with my fans every single morning. As an artist, I’m looking forward to getting back out there and sharing my new music.”

An established songwriter, Wicks will perform the 11 tracks he co-wrote and co-produced (with Andy Dodd) for his forthcoming album, including “She’s Gone” — the “moody” (Rolling Stone Country) lead track — and his own explosive rendition of “I Don’t Do Lonely Well,” written by Wicks and originally recorded by Jason Aldean.

The tour will take the Delaware native to major markets including Cincinnati, Ohio; Birmingham, Ala.; Charlotte, NC; Louisville, Ky.; and Nashville, Tenn., where Tin Roof Broadway will host his ‘Turning Point’ Release Show on the album’s street day, Fri., Feb. 26. Firefly and Tin Roof have been longtime friends. Together they provide the perfect backdrop for Chuck to showcase his music with good drinks and good times.

Firefly/Tin Roof ‘Turning Point’ Tour:
(All shows listed below will take place at Tin Roof venues)
Fri., 2.19 – Lexington, KY
Sat., 2.20 – Cincinnati, OH
Fri., 2.26 – Nashville, TN (Tin Roof Broadway) / ‘Turning Point’ Album Launch Party
Sat., 2.27 – Birmingham, AL
Fri., 3.4 – Charlotte, NC
Sat., 3.5 – Columbia, SC
Fri., 3.11 – Louisville, KY
Sat., 3.12 – Indianapolis, IN

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Lee Brice Keeps His Word to Chuck Wicks

Before this year’s College Football National Championship Game between Clemson and Alabama (1.11), Chuck Wicks and former Clemson lineman Lee Brice made a bet: If Clemson lost the game, Lee would have to perform “Sweet Home Alabama” live, on “America’s Morning Show with Blair, Kelly and Chuck.”

While it was a close game, Alabama won and on Wednesday of this week Lee Brice made good on his word. Check out Lee’s acoustic performance of “Sweet Home Alabama” above.

Want a Call from Chuck Wicks? Pre-order His New Album “Turning Point”

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Chuck Wicks will be releasing his highly anticipated full-length album “Turning Point” on February 26, but he has a special offer that’s sure to make a great Christmas gift for the country music fans in your life.

The presale special available through December 4 at offers two album bundle options – both of which include a personal phone call and personalized post card from Chuck.

“Turning Point” features 11 brand new tracks that were co-written by Chuck, including “I Don’t Do Lonely Well” that was also recorded by Jason Aldean on his “Night Train” album.

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Chuck Wicks Raises $5,000 for Breast Cancer with Pull-Up Challenge

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Chuck Wicks, co-host of America’s Morning Show and singer/songwriter, raised over $5,000 for Susan G. Komen and breast cancer research yesterday. Throughout this week, America’s Morning Show gathered pledges from listeners per each pull-up Chuck could pull off in 30 seconds. The show received pledges from D1 Sports (which provided the pull-up bar), New York Jets’ Wide Receiver, Eric Decker, and the cast of America’s Morning Show.

Oh Chuck…what big arms you have.

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