Chuck Schaeffer Band
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Chuck Schaeffer Band


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"Parker Guitar adds CSB"

"Parker Guitars are proud to add Chuck Schaeffer to our distinguished roster of endorsing artists."

John Vitale /Artist Relations/ Parker Guitars / US Musiccorp/
12/22/2009 - John Vitale/artist relations /USMC

"Dean Markley Strings adds Chuck Schaeffer"

"Dean Markley Guitar Strings are pleased to announce that Chuck Schaeffer has recently been added to our roster of official endorsers of Dean Marley Blue Steel Strings."

Dave Lienhard
Artist Relations
Dean Markley Strings
12/28/2009 - Dave Lienhard/Artist Relations

"Wishbone Ash endorses CSB"

"Top tunes, Chuck! Flying guitars :-)"
comment on CSB myspace page
by Ray Hatfield, Martin Turner's Wishbone Ash - Ray Hatfield / guitarist


"Uncommon Sense" Chuck Schaeffer Band,
an 8 song CD, both disc and mp3 LP download available now on
I-tunes, amazonmp3, Rhapsody, Napster, E-music,, and

Official Website:



Chuck Schaeffer's story:

Philly-born guitarist/singer/writer/producer Chuck Schaeffer spent most of his musical career as a backup guitarist for many big "rock and roll stars". It wasn't long before he soon gained the reputation as "The Chameleon";the guy with the uncanny ability to play almost anything with anybody.

With the release of "Uncommon Sense", he finally breaks out on his own with the Chuck Schaeffer Band, wisely using the opportunity to show off his scalding, bluesy guitar, his unmistakable voice and his contagious songs.The plan was to always surround himself with as many exceptionally talented people as humanly possible. It just so happens that they are also long-time friends: Larry Kessler on piano and Hammond organ, Bob Martorella on drums and percussion, Steve Eisenberg on bass and vocals.

The end product is the Chuck Schaeffer Band, melting face on a stage or I-pod near you.

Chuck is also serious about his trademark guitar sound. He exclusively plays Parker Guitars, uses only Digitech Effects, and absolutely swears by Dean Markley Blue Steel strings.

No drum machines, sequencers or synthesizers were used on these recordings. It's Rock and Roll. So CRANK IT UP!

FYI Chuck Schaeffer Band is not to be confused with the folk artist with the same name from Bucks County, PA. Only the names are a coincidence. He wishes he could rock like this.