Chuck Pyle Biography
Chuck Pyle's charismatic voice and pumping guitar style combine seamlessly to make a dazzling kind of Southwestern Acoustic rock. His humorous looks into the humanity of us all say the things we've always thought and wished we'd said. A beloved performer, his Zen cowboy character illumines the mind and empowers the heart for one of life's quintessential feel-good moments.
Chuck has lived on the front-range of Colorado for over 30 years and spent most of that time traveling the country playing theaters. festivals, colleges and coffeehouses. He has four albums to his credit and a locally well-known theme song he composed for the 13-part PBS series, Spirit Of Colorado, beamed world-wide by satellite.
Though better known as a performing songwriter who's songs have been recorded by Jerry Jeff Walker, John Denver, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Suzy Bogguss and Chris LeDoux, Chuck has also developed a reputation as a powerful, push-the-envelope guitar stylist, and has taught guitar seminars at such prestigious events as the Puget Sound Guitar Workshop. Chuck is also one of the more popular performers on the singer-songwriter circuit.