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Chuck Wicks was born in the community of Smyrna, Delaware, where he was raised on a potato farm. In January 2009, his charity concert in his hometown of Smyrna raised ,000 for the Smyrna-Clayton Boys and Girls Club.
In August 2008, Wicks began dating fellow country singer Julianne Hough, who is a professional dancer and two-time champion on Dancing with the Stars.
The single produced the biggest debut for any new country artist in all of 2007, with fifty-two of the stations on Billboard's survey adding it in its first official week of airplay.
It was also the fastest-climbing debut country single in 2007, reaching a peak of number 5 on the country charts in January, and 56 on the Billboard Hot 100.
He then began to hone his songwriting skills, penning more than one hundred songs per year at one point, and one of his songs, "Lead Me On", was recorded by Steve Holy on his 2006 album Brand New Girlfriend.
Eventually, Wicks caught the attention of RCA Records executives, who signed him to a recording contract in late 2007.
RCA then released Wicks's debut single, "Stealing Cinderella", which he co-wrote with George Teren and Rivers Rutherford.
Wanting to pursue a career in country music, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee after quitting college two classes short of graduation from Florida Southern College.
It peaked at number 37 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in May 2014.
"Saturday Afternoon" was the second single issued to country radio in September 2014, but did not chart.
Wicks' first album for Blaster, Turning Point, was released on February 26, 2016.
Wicks currently co-hosts America's Morning Show on Nash FM with Ty Bentli and Kelly Ford.