A founding member, and keyboardist for the internationally known jazz group, Kilimanjaro, Chuck has performed at many of the top music festivals in the world, and toured throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Soviet Union. He coproduced all three of Kilimanjaro’s award winning albums, which each made it into The Top Ten on the National Jazz Radio Airplay Charts. Chuck has also toured extensively with legendary blues great, Paul Butterfield, along with the other members of Kilimanjaro. Chuck was also a founding member of The Unknown Blues Band, which featured B.B. King alumnus, Big Joe Burrell. In addition to his performing, Chuck has enjoyed a successful career as a recording engineer. He has engineered several Grammy nominated projects, and worked with artists such as Dr. John, Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, They Might Be Giants, Shawn Colvin, Stewart Copeland, Doc Watson, Odetta, Phish, Joe Lovano, Trey Anastasio, Grace Potter, Richard Thompson, Dave Van Ronk, Jerry Douglas, The Concord String Quartet, and many more. In 1988 he recorded all three stages, and coproduced a two hour radio special of the Newport Folk Festival, for National Public Radio. He currently owns and operates a recording studio on the Pacific Coast of Mexico.