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Chuck Wicks makes Opry debut

Tuesday, August 21, 2007 – RCA Nashville recording artist Chuck Wicks will make his Grand Ole Opry debut on Saturday, Aug. 25. Wicks will perform his debut single "Stealing Cinderella" which he co-wrote with Rivers Rutherford and George Teren. Early Sunday morning, Wicks will head to Los Angeles where he will be a presenter that evening on Teen Choice 2007, airing live on Fox at 8 p.m. eastern.

"Stealing Cinderella" tells the story of a young man who is asking for his girlfriend's hand in marriage. Wicks will perform the single at both the 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. shows.

"Performing at the Opry is a dream come true," said Wicks. "It is an incredible honor, and I am thrilled to share this special day with my family and friends."

The awards show celebrates teen icons that have made waves this year in film, television, music, sports and fashion. Wicks is one of the stars of Fox's new docudrama, Nashville, which premieres on Sept. 14.

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CD review - Turning Point Talk about a long break. Chuck Wicks' "Stealing Cinderella" cracked the Top Ten and entered the daddy/daughter dance pantheon forever, way back in 2007. That single was from Wicks' debut record, "Starting Now." Now here we are, and the pride of Smyrna, Del. is ready at last to deliver his sophomore effort. It's true that Wicks has kept busy, moonlighting as a TV host, dancer, actor and general pinup pretty boy. But the years have not been entirely kind. ...
CD review - Rough There's a possibility that the name Chuck Wicks doesn't quite ring a bell with you, but he's the guy behind Stealing Cinderella, his debut hit single from 2009. Since then, Wicks has had mid-level success, seeing further singles make respectable gains, but nothing like that first big hit. Now, Wicks is back with "Rough," a five-song EP that showcases some great songwriting and solid delivery and just may be what gets Wicks back in the game. Wicks manages to include a ...
CD review - Starting Now It isn't often that a country singer kicks off a career with a weepy, contemplative ballad and enjoys a good measure of success right out of the gate. Yet, Chuck Wicks managed to pull it off with his unlikely hit "Stealing Cinderella." And it stirred plenty of emotions - including those of University of Tennessee football coach Phil Fulmer, who asked the Delaware native to perform the song about a young man asking for his girlfriend's hand in marriage at Fulmer's ...

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