Chuck Wicks Goes “Old School” With New Single Available Now & Is Among This Week’s Top 5 Most-Added New Singles

Chuck Wicks has new music on the airwaves and available to fans this week with the release of “Old School.” Co-written by Wicks, Chris Tompkins, and Rodney Clawson, “Old School” is from Chuck’s upcoming sophomore album, arriving in 2011, and the song’s great groove is already turning heads as it lands among the Top 5 most-added new singles at country radio this week.

Among those at radio knocked out by “Old School” is WXBQ/WQBE Program Director Bill Hagy, who cheers, “Dr. Pepper and Jäger, name me one other lyric line as cool…there ain’t! I added it!”

This week also marks the release of “Old School” as a digital single, available now at your favorite online music retailers, as well as at

But Chuck’s music isn’t the only thing turning heads, as Wicks found himself in very impressive company when’s Glo recently featured him on its list of the World’s Most Eligible Bachelors. The ranking of 32 hot-list gents spans international royalty such as Britain’s Prince Harry and Sweden’s Prince Carl Phillip to such notables as George Clooney, Jake Gyllenhaal, James Franco, Usher, and New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.

With the release of his debut album, Starting Now, two years ago, Wicks emerged as a compelling new voice, both as a vocalist and songwriter, with hits like “Stealing Cinderella” and “All I Ever Wanted” resonating with an everyman’s perspective on life and love.

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