Chuck Willis

Chuck Willis Biography

Chuck Willis

Chuck Willis, known for his hit song C. C. Rider, was an American blues, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll singer and songwriter. Born on January 31st, 1926 in Atlanta, Georgia, Chuck would release 2 Albums and 26 Singles between 1950 and 1958.

He was 32 years old when he released his first album for Epic LN 3425, “Wails the Blues.”

One of his hit singles, What Am I Living For, was Willis’s last Top 40 hit. It was released two weeks after his death.

Discography

I Remember Chuck WillisSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
King of the StrollSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
Wails the BluesSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon

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How Did Chuck Willis Die?

Chuck Willis died on April 10th, 1958 at the age od 30. He’s buried in South View Cemetary in Atlanta, GA.

What Happened Chuck Willis?

Chuck Willis died of peritonitis, which is a swelling of the tissue that surrounds your abdomen.

Where Is Chuck Willis Buried?

Chuck Willis is buried in South View Cemetary in Atlanta, GA.

Why Did Chuck Willis Wear A Turban?

Chuck was self concious about his hair loss, and he started to wear a turban regularly to cover it up.

Most Searched For Songs

C.C. RiderSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
Hang up My Rock and Roll ShoesSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
What’cha Gonna Do (When Your Baby Leaves You)SpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
What Am I Living ForSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
My Story (with The Royals)SpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
It’s Too LateSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
I Feel So BadSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
Wrong Lake To Catch A Fish (with The Royals)SpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
My Crying EyesSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon
Betty and DupreeSpotifyAppleYouTubeAmazon