Chuck Glass

60s-70s HometownLantana
High SchoolLake Worth, DiBacco
Main InstrumentHammond organ
Other InstrumentsMisc. keys & electric bass
Early InfluencesBeatles, Doors, Rascals, Mountain, Grand Funk, Creedence
Local Bands, Approximate YearsWorld of Sounds: late 60s to early 70s Sneaky Pete, Glass Brothers Band: til early 80s South Side Boogie Band: late 70s The Outlaws: early to mid 80s
Current HometownNashville TN
Current OccupationSongwriter/Musician/Dad
Current Musical InvolvementReleased solo CD #6, various sessions & gigs around Nashville and occasional gigs w/ Gary Morris, BlackHawk, Outlaws
Comments, HighlightsGreat memories of the WPB music scene and still stay in touch with a lot of the old gang. I was lucky enough to see a lot of the world as bassist with The Outlaws and other national acts. Shows at Radio City in NY and the Greek Theater in CA were highlights, as well as making an MTV video

3 thoughts on “Chuck Glass

  1. Chuck:

    Dude! I don’t think I ever missed a gig when you, Jimmy and Ain’t Misbehaving bass (forgot his name…starts with ‘A”?) played at the Warehouse Bar in WPB. You played (primarily) the piano sooooo righteously….I could listen forever!! And Jimmy pickin his ax like Hendrix….slamming times!!!! Would LOVE a reunion…..hummmm? Think it could happen? We have a reunion slated for Aug 20.. Now that would be sweet. Where are all of you guys now? What ever happened to your “roadie” named Jeff? (He used to always try and take me home saying, “I’ve got clean sheets!” Ha! Rick at Bit of on Cocker. You guys are AMAZING and I’d give anything to hear you guys jam again. Can I hear back from you? Hugs

  2. I recall that bunch of kids, Glass, Orf, etc. playing like kids and Chuck would be home playing and practicing his music. I remember many Sunday afternoons at John Prince Park listening to various local groups

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