Chuck Crowe is an upbeat singer/songwriter based in Culver City, California. His organic 'Coyote Pop' style floats in the nether-genre between Pop-Rock, Alt-Country, and Americana. His musical style has been compared to the Eagles, James Taylor, Poco, and America.
He ground out his early years in numerous cover bands ranging from Hard Rock to Motown, from New Wave to Classic Rock, from Punk to Pop. In the early 80s he played bars and clubs up and down the East coast. He returned to his native Southern California in 1988 and took up work as a sideman to many popular Los Angeles-area artists including: Nick Pyzow, Kerry Getz, Anny Celsi, Joel Pelletier, and Ileana Burdine.
In 2002 he began songwriting in earnest. He built collaborations with other songwriters from England to Australia and everywhere in between.
By 2005, after amassing a small catalog of his own material, Chuck began playing solo for the first time in clubs, bars & coffeehouses throughout the West.
In July 2008 he released his first solo CD: Another Nevermore. The album is loaded with tongue-in-cheek Country romps, up-tempo Pop songs and heartfelt ballads. He is currently hard at work touring around the U.S. in support of Another Nevermore.