and Scott Bish formed the original CHUCK WAGON and the WHEELS in 1977 mostly as a joke. A self-titled record album was released
in 1978 that recieved just enough attention to inspire a second LP in 1979 titled "COUNTRY SWINGS, DISCO SUCKS"
that recieved international attention (really) which inspired three more albums, four singles and a half dozen compiliation
albums... not to mention the constant interstate touring. By 1984 the band began to disintegrate and by 1998, after keeping
the ball rolling for 14 more years, Chuck sold the band name to a Nashville based band (not really believing that anyone would
actually pay for such a silly name). The 'new' CHUCK WAGON and the WHEELS got a song charted in 2000 called "Beauty is
in the Eyes of the Beer Holder" ... so, there is, and will always be, some confusion regarding who the real CHUCK
WAGON and the WHEELS really is... or was. Chuck, Scott and company, can still be found playing
moldy old cliche country and rock (crock) bar toons for the drunken masses, and others, around L.A. (Lower Arizona).