About CHUCK DAILEY
He is a well known virtuoso guitarist. Instructor. Composer. The innovator of health and relaxation music.
He is CHUCK DAILEY... and his reputation, like his music, is universal.
Every year, hundreds of letters from all over the world pour into his Central Ohio studio. Each extends the gratitude of yet another individual, who has been touched by the extraordinary talents of this unique musician.
Featured on TV, in newspapers and magazines, the music of CHUCK DAILEY not only can be described as a tonic for the soul, but a melodious journey of unrestrained proportion that seeks to unlock the depths of our innermost being.
MR. DAILEY'S music is presently being used in hospitals, nursing homes, colleges, Lamaze classes-anywhere total relaxation is prescribed for peace of mind and good health.
Among those who make professional use of CHUCK DAILEY'S music are: doctors, therapists, dentists, psychologists, professors, ministers and business executives.
...and now you are about to find out what many others already know.
Prepare your mind for a flight of the human spirit...and the music that is ...CHUCK DAILEY.
CHUCK DAILEY- Concert Guitar Revolutionary is a renowned virtuoso guitarist, educator, and composer. His revolutionary style of playing creates a multi-instrumental sound from a single acoustic guitar.This sound track was released in 1985, it is a solo performance of original compositions.
Mr.Dailey was born into a musical family with both parents working as music instructors. His father was an accomplished concert banjo performer. Through time, Mr.Dailey found his passion for the guitar, and as a youngster trained to emulate the sounds of Andre Segovia, Carlos Montoya, Chet Atkins, and Les Paul. In his youthful attempt to reproduce the music of Les Paul, Chuck developed an innovative guitar technique that is unmatched in the world of music.
Without the benefit of electronic enhancements employed by Mr.Paul, Chuck uses a unique combination of finger style and flat picking to create a type of music that proposes a genre of its own. Inducted into Columbus Musicians Hall of Fame in 1998. Recognized by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio in 1998 in his contribution to music in Greater Columbus. Also a member of the Columbus Guitar Society.