Chuck Ligon has an affinity for all things Texan...but especially Texas Music. Growing up listening to a mixture of Southern Rock, 70's Outlaw Country, and the Blues, Chuck was given all the necessary tools to craft his own sound that is reflective of these musical influences, and yet is unique and relevant for today. His songs present a wide range of real-world emotions, while maintaining an edgy, independent and sometimes defiant spirit that is uniquely Texan.
His album, Faith, Love & Revenge, is a collection of songs influenced by things that only life experiences can teach. Chuck provides a glimpse into his love gone right, as well as love and relationships that have gone wrong. Some songs include tongue in cheek humor, some are influenced by his upbringing in the church, and others deal with heartache, loneliness and the realization that sometimes there is no other choice but to move on. These songs are truly written from the heart, and no matter where you are in life, you will feel a connection with the lyrics and the music.
Chuck's EP, Come And Take It, contains the title track that is destined to be a Texas Anthem, drawing parallels between the start of the Texas Revolution with the political climate today. Other notable songs on the EP include Bound To Know, You Talked Me Into Lazy, and a heart-felt song written for his mother, Fight For Life.
Whether performing with his incredible 5-piece band, swapping songs in his Texas Open Road Acoustic Series, or just playing solo acoustic, a Chuck Ligon show always provides a high-energy, rockin' performance that leaves the audience on their feet asking for more. And look for Chuck rolling down the highway in the “Willie Bus”, a 1987 Silver Eagle that was originally built for Willie Nelson and has a long history with Texas musicians.