Sunday, February 5, 2023

Chuck's Classics by Chuck Benson

Chuck’s Christmas Classics featuring Dean Martin

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays  Enjoy this Christmas Classic with Dean Martin

Chuck’s Christmas Classics featuring Burl Ives

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Enjoy this Christmas Classic with Burl Ives

Chuck’s Christmas Classics featuring Mel Torme

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Enjoy this classic with Mel Torme 

Chuck’s Classics goes Christmas with Brenda Lee

Chuck starts off the Christmas Season with Brenda Lee and this classic

Chuck’s Classics featuring Elvis Presley

This is his first hit for RCA Records back in 1956. That year Elvis made his film debut in “Love Me Tender”. On he went to become of the worlds greatest singers of rock ’n roll. Elvis died in August 1977 age the age of 42

Chuck’s Classics featuring Jerry Lee Lewis

He is one of the pioneers of rock and rockabilly. Started out in 1954 and his biggest hit was this Great Balls Of Fire from 1957

Chuck’s Classics features Glenn Miller Orchestra

1   String Of Pearls Glenn Miller Orchestra 1945 A big band trombonist, arranger, composer and band leader during the swing era. For those too young to know this...

Chuck’s Classics featuring Etta James

Etta started her career in 1954, lasting until 2012. She died January 2013 at the age of 73. This tune is now part of a Heinz commercial and was a hit in 1960.

Chuck’s Classics featuring The Byrds

The Byrds were formed in 1964 with frontman Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, David Crosby, Chris Hillman and Michael Clarke

Chuck’s Classics features Billy Paul

Soul singer. Won a Grammy for this tune plus several Ebby awards from Ebony magazine. He had a hit with this one in 1972. Billy died at the age of 81 in April 2016