Chuck Roberson

Coming out of Madison, Florida is R&B/Blues veteran Chuck Roberson. Like so many singers coming up in the South in the early 50's, Roberson gained much of his musical inspiration from the Church as well as from Black radio and the beginnings of Soul music.

Chuck was heavily influenced by singers of the time whose repertoire was rooted in the Blues such as Bobby Bland, O. V. Wright, and Tyrone Davis. He had a succession of singles released beginning in 1975 with "Love Affair" on the Albradella label in Albany, Georgia. Other songs such as "You Don't Love Me Like You Used To" and "Don't Hurt Me Anymore" followed until 1985 when the bluesy ballad "Cautious Love" put Chuck on the Soul Map.

He next signed with Jackson, Mississippi record producer James Bennett and released the album "I Don't Think You Heard Me Yet." That was followed by an album for Miami based Vision Records, titled "Lollipop Man."

Chuck's debut on the Ecko Records label was a new peak in his career. Since then he has continued to deliver with each of his new releases. His style is a mixture of Blues and R&B with old-school flavor. Whether you're a fan of Classic Soul music or contemporary down-home Blues, Chuck Roberson has indeed got "Something Good For You."